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"A Fire in the Bones is more than a history of black Christians: it is the compelling story of the ways in which black folk have turned to Christianity to describe their history and plight in America and to project their vision of redemption to the greater nation . . . A must read." --Craig Steven Wilder, New York Newsday "A major contribution . . . Beautifully narrated." --Rembert Weakland, The New York Times Book Review
More About the Author
Albert Jordy Raboteau (born 1943) is an African-American scholar of African and African-American religions.