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Title

Colour and Christian community

Creator Emory Ross
Contributor
Publisher SAIRR, Johannesburg
Date 1954-08-04
Resource type Books
Language English
Keywords TOPIC 212
CHRISTIANITY
COMMUNITIES
RACE RELATIONS
AFRICAN AMERICANS
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
RACISM
NONRACIAL
Coverage SOUTH AFRICA
Source
Extent 33 pages
Description The tenth address in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Emory Ross, in which he discusses the conflict of race and colour from a Christian perspective. The address covers the authors personal experience and travels and makes mention of the African American community and their political condition in the United States of America again, with reference to the colour line. But clearly, the author describes Americas multi-racial society as having all the elements of a multi-racial society, with one difference, and that Christianity is seen as the predominant religious acceptance.
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