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Anthony Reddie

AnthonyReddieAnthony G Reddie is a Visiting Research Fellow at Aston University. He has a BA in History and a PhD in Education (with Theology), both degrees conferred by the University of Birmingham. He has written over 50 essays and articles on Christian Education and Black theology in Britain. He is the author and editor of 14 books. His more recent titles include Dramatizing Theologies (Equinox, 2006), Black Theology in Transatlantic Dialogue (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006), Postcolonial Black British Theology (co-edited with Michael Jagessar - Epworth, 2007) and Black Theology in Britain: A Reader (co-edited with Michael N Jagessar - Equinox, Sept. 2007), Working Against The Grain: Black Theology in the 21st Century (Equinox, 2008), Is God Colour Blind?: Insights from Black Theology for Christian Ministry (SPCK, c.2009) and Black Theology, Slavery, and Contemporary Christianity (Edited - Ashgate, 2010). His latest book is The SCM Guide to Black Theology, 2012. He is editor of Black Theology: An International Journal, the only academic periodical in Black Theology in the world. He is also the co-editor of the ‘Cross Cultural Theologies' book series for Equinox.

 
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