Stony the Road We Trod: African American Biblical Interpretation

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Index of Topics and Names
Aaron, 135–36, 155, 179, 204
Abolitionists, 215–16
Abraham, 76
in Egypt, 154–55
Hagar and, 178, 187–205
Paul on, 237–38
Abram. See Abraham
Achtemeier, Paul, 54
Adam, 149
Africa: the New Testament and, 140–44
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 92
Africans
Israelites and, 204–5
Old Testament and, 135–37, 146–84, 188
Old Testament genealogies and, 134
Albright, William Foxwell, 155, 156
Allegorical method, 20–21
Andrews, William L., 99, 119
Androcentricism: the Bible and, 76
Antioch, 143, 144
Apphia, 242
Archippus, 242
Aristotle, 209
Armstrong, George D., 214
Asa, 182
Athens, 140
Augustine, 20
Authority: of Scripture, 24–34
Bailey, Randall, 135–36
Baldwin, James, 102
Banks, William, 32
Baptism, 238–39
Baptists, 93–94
Barr, James, 47
Beer la-haiRoi, 190
Beer-sheba, 191, 192
Bell, Bernard W, 99, 104
Bennett, Robert A., Jr., 31
Bernier, Francois, 128
Biblicism, 120
Bibliolatry, 120
Bilhah, 193
Bilheimer, Robert S., 22
Bithiah, 155, 157
Black church
biblical interpretation and, 7–8
independent church movements in the, 89–93
Black Jews, 94, 95
Black Muslims, 94
Blassingame, John W, 98
Briggs, Sheilah, 73, 76
Bultmann, Rudolf, 139
Cain, 148–49
Call narratives, 54–55
Calvin, John, 21
Canaan (person), 131, 132, 148, 149
Canaan (place), 154, 189, 190
in the Old Testament, 170–71
Cannon, Katie G., 61 n.7
Canon
African American believing communities and, 50–55
African American women and, 68
diversity and, 21
Capers, William, 27

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