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Lecture 36

REL 399 Lecture 36: RELS 399 Mar21
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REL 399
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Ronald Charles

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March 21, 2016 Black African Diaspora Lecture Sunday morning at 11 oclock is the most segregated hour of the week in America (Winter 1962) Religion of the oppressed and coded messages: The black spiritual Churches divided by race. Would not burry the whites with the blacks (graveyard). The black diasporic Christian expression is a synthesis of white religion and black experience, developing its unique feature and character through times. Slave religion was not a simple adaptation of Christianity; it was a reworked Christianity that had its own character, style, and outlook. Much of the black church today has been influenced by this heritage. Blacks church with white members? There needs to be a trust that needs to be regained Research can objectify (subject vs. object) Need to understand different dynamics where people are coming from Do you really want to sympathize with these people; be yourself and be vulnerable? When we try to empathize with others, we need to place ourselves as vulnerable learners. This is missing in many people in their research. Not being humble enough to be vulnerable and to learn. Many times we have much more to le
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