A new book by a prominent American black theologian claims to prove the existence of black theological theology and Christianity, which it claims is the “ultimate black religion”.
The title of the book, Black God, was inspired by a conversation with the late black theologians Al Sharpton and Pat Robertson, who told Sharpton they believed the religion could be “the ultimate black religion” and were not afraid to name names.
Sharpton, a former mayor of New York, and Robertson, a preacher of The Church of the New World, said black theological theological theology had been “the dominant religion of the black race for a long time”, and had “an incredible capacity to influence the culture”.
“You don’t have to be a Muslim to know that black theology is the most radical religion, because it’s the only one that says we can have God,” Sharpton said in a televised interview in 2012.
Robertson, a Baptist minister, said that the “final black religion is Islam” and said “we must fight the idea that the black man can’t be part of it”.
In an interview with the American Historical Association in 2016, Sharpton also said he was “absolutely certain” that black theological theologians were “the only ones” who could create a “black god”.
“I’m sure that they are the only ones who can do that,” Sharptons response to Robertsons comment was quoted by the New York Times as saying.
In his book Black God: Black Religion and the Origins of Black America, Black theologian Donald J. Campbell, Jr, argued that theology is “the final black religion”, and that black theologia and religion were “a manifestation of the soul”.
“This is a very important time in American history,” Campbell said in an interview on ABC’s The View.
“We’re moving into the 21st century, and I think it’s a time when we have to grapple with the question of how we make sense of our place in the universe and our place within the world.”
And I think that it’s going to require us to examine the nature of our soul.
“Black theological theology, Campbell wrote, was “the most radical religious tradition in the history of the world”.
Campbell said he found that black spiritual leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr and the late preacher Ralph Abernathy were “not afraid to take a stand for black people”.”
Black theology is a manifestation of this soul.
It is the black god,” he said.”
Black God is a spiritual god.
It’s the most important religion of our time.
“Sharpton and Robertson both said they were “absolutely confident” that their religion was the ultimate black religious tradition, but argued that its adherents should be held accountable.”
The Bible is black.
Black theology is black,” Sharton told the Atlantic.”
If you don’t believe in black theology you can’t say that it is the ultimate religion,” Robertson said.’
The Bible says it is black’Sharpton said the Bible had a long history of “black theology” in the US, and the belief that “blackness” was the root of all religions, even Christianity.”
This belief is not a new one, it’s been around for centuries,” Shar topton said in the interview.”
You can’t take this Bible and say it’s black.
You can’t just say that blackness is the root and you can be proud of it,” he continued.”
It is not.
It has a long, rich history.
“Sharptons book argues that black religiosity has been “culturally appropriated” by white people, and that “white people” have “taken it for granted” that it was “black”.”
We are told that the Bible is the only true religion, and this is the reason why there is no such thing as a black bible,” he wrote.”
All of our religion, our spirituality, is a gift from God, and it has always been and always will be black.
“Sharton, who is also the author of Black Bible: The Roots of Black Religion, said his book was not intended to be an indictment of all black theology or religion.”
I do not intend to disparage any of the religion of any people.
I do not want to disparages any religion,” he told The New York Daily News.”
But the problem is that the white culture has taken it for its own benefit, for its political gain, for the purposes of creating a political and cultural identity.
“Sharpitons book is based on a book by John G. Bales, the founding director of the Centre for Advanced Study on the Black South at Southern Methodist University.
The book, The Bible’s Black: The Black Religion in American History, was published by Oxford University Press in October.
It has been praised by black theologias as a valuable contribution to the field of black theology.
In a statement on its website, Oxford University said that it welcomed the book and the discussions