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Journeying to Justice

 
JourneyingToJusticeCoverJourneying to Justice – Contribution to the Baptist Tradition across the Black Atlantic is a new book featuring contributions from a variety of scholars and practitioners who together explore Black Baptist relations between England and the Caribbean. It is the first comprehensive appraisal of the journey towards equity and reconciliation among British and Jamaican Baptists since our Union's Apology for Slavery in 2007. 
 

Journeying to Justice is of such importance to the study of Black religion that to say its time has come would be an understatement.

Through a multi-faceted exploration of the Black Baptist relations between England and the Caribbean this work contributes to the study of Black religion as both Trans-Atlantic and diasporic phenomenon. Because this exploration is done by engaging one of the most vibrant traditions of Black Christianity, the Baptists, its findings give insight to Black religion as such.

More importantly it contributes to understanding how this tradition shaped people who became religious agents for change in their world. Stephen G. Ray Jr., President, The Society for the Study of Black Religion



Orders can be placed here via the Authentic Media website. RRP is £24.99. Please view the PDF for further information

'Let us continue our journey to justice' - a report from the official launch of Journeying to Justice