Saved and Sanctified: The Rise of a Storefront Church in Great Migration Philadelphia

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INDEX
AFL-CIO, 78
African Americans: biased research on, 5, 10; constant movement of, 11–12, 166; ethnography and, 4–5; “flat images” of, 4, 165
African Christian Diaspora, 176n6
African Diaspora, 12–14; Black church in diasporic perspective, 134–38; nuanced notion of, 166
African Instituted Churches (AIC), 9, 112; bifocal vision of, 14, 136
African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, 30–31, 69, 85, 129, 177n8
African Methodist Episcopal Zion (AMEZ) church, 25
African religious practices, 137. See also West African culture
Afrophobia, 137–38
Aguilar, Abelardo, 68
Aladura churches, 130, 183n5; as ICMs, 137; shoutrelated event at, 136; witchcraft, belief in, 135
Alexander, Raymond Pace, 41
Alexander Slave Cemetery, 89
Ames, Jessie Daniel, 181n5
Anthropology: “decolonized,” 10; fieldworker as observer, 133; as salvific, 9; and study of Christianity, 172
Anti-apartheid struggle, 170, 184n1
Anti-intellectualism, of Pentecostal and Holiness traditions, 168
Anti-lynching proposal and President Woodrow Wilson, 40
Asian storekeepers, relationship with Blacks in North Philadelphia, 79
Assemblies of God, 24, 170–71
Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching, 181n5
Asuza Street Mission, 24; revival movement, 24, 176n6
Authority and power, 3, 26, 113, 143–44, 155–59, 164
Baldwin, James, 11, 127, 170, 182n1
Ballard, Allen, 8, 11
Banner Real Estate, 179n11
Baptist church, 94; first Black congregations, 140; and gospel music, 41; The Church’s break from, 57–58; opposition to slavery, 176n5; in Philadelphia, 179n11; 11; Seattle storefront, study, 21; in South Carolina, 50, 52; Southern schools founded by, 101; in Virginia, 57–58, 91; on women’s ordination, 3; on women’s role in, 104
Barrett High School, 84
“Basket names,” 82, 182n13
Bettis, Alexander, 71, 181n9
Bettis Academy, 71, 101
Bible, The Church’s view of, 121; Bible study, 121–22; biblical authority, 19, 59, 115, 120–25, 127–28, 135, 138, 142, 157–58, 167, 168, 170
Biddle family, 72
Birth of a Nation (film), 33–34
Black churches: burning of, 177n3; colorism in independent, 42; racial uplift ideas in independent, 42; Sanctified churches and independent, 24; as social hub, 177n3
Black Gods of the Metropolis: Negro Religious Cults of the Urban North (Fauset), 44
Black Jews, 43
Black Panther Party, 67
Black Religious Studies Group, x
Black trolley drivers, riots against in Philadelphia, 88, 98
Black United Front, 184n1
Black/White interactions: connections between women, 105, 144; Elder April Peters Nichols on, 57; Elder Beverly Nichols Cromwell on, 70–71; Elder Walter Nichols on, 94; Jewish employers/Black workers, 57, 64; media coverage of, 94; North and South compared, 102–3; northern racism, described by Elder Frank, 88; Quaker traditions and, 80; in South Carolina, 62–63, 83, 97

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • 1 - Call 1
  • 2 - City Tales 29
  • 3 - Saints Tales 49
  • 4 - Becoming Saints 107
  • 5 - Family 139
  • 6 - Response 165
  • Notes 175
  • Bibliography 187
  • Index 201
  • The History of African American Religions 212
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