Against Cheap Grace in a World Come of Age: An Intellectual Biography of Clayton Powell, 1865-1953

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Clayton Powell (1865-1953) was one of a very few African-American religious, cultural, and social leaders of his era to oppose what he called the cheap grace of racist conservative and liberal ideologies in what he called a world come of age. His use of what a sociologist and several philosophers called the emotionalization of the ideal changed his congregations, cities, and nation, as well as one German Sunday school teacher - Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Ralph Garlin Clingan explores Powell's role as a radical, progressive ...

Against Cheap Grace in a World Come of Age: An Intellectual Biography of Clayton Powell, 1865-1953 2002, Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers, New York

ISBN-13: 9780820457703

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