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The Audacity Of Faith : Christian Leaders Reflect On The Election Of Barack Obama (2009, original release: 2009)

Call Number 973.932/AUDACITY

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Published: Valley Forge, PA : Judson Press, [2009] ©2009
Edition:  First edition
Description:  xviii, 173 pages ; 22 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780817015541 (pbk. alk. paper), 081701554X (pbk. alk. paper), 081701554X,
Language:  English

At last! / God's invisible hand / Hopeology of Barack Obama: biblical reflections and personal musings / Barack Obama and the unfinished business of America / Dreaming like a fool / On the border of the impossible / This inauguration: an impossible possibility / Giant step forward for America / No longer a dream deferred: Martin Luther King Jr., Barack Obama, and the search for the beloved community / When the walls came tumbling down / Almost but not quite / Working from the bottom up / Of dreams and their dreamers: a sermonic reflection on the significance of the Obama presidency / Lifting of the burden / Dreams from our fathers / Can we believe in America? / No days off / Preacher-prophet Obama / Hope that does not disappoint: an Obama presidency and Romans 5:5 / Hope has its reasons / Hope that the present has brought us / Barack Obama and the American civil religion / Obama's race and America's race relations / Postrace America / Bodies: American made: the 2008 presidential election and the possibility of a new politics of race / This is our work / Barack Obama and the new American civil religion: official version / Hope in 3-D / Sentence begun / What mean these stones? The election of Barack Obama in retrospect and prospect / Obama presidency and America's unfinished business / Where do we go from here? / For such a time as this / Leslie D. Callahan -- J. Alfred Smith Sr. -- Mitzi J. Smith -- Chris Rice -- Robin L. Smith -- Gardner C. Taylor -- Joe Kutter -- Ken Fong -- Carolyn Ann Knight -- Marvin A. McMickle -- Gina M. Stewart -- Philip Yancey -- Wil Gafney -- Curtiss Paul DeYoung -- Raphael Warnock -- Luis Cortés Jr. -- Emilie M. Townes -- William H. Willimon -- William H. Myers -- Tony Campolo -- James Henry Harris -- Valerie Elverton Dixon -- Dwight N. Hopkins -- A. Roy Medley -- Anthony B. Pinn -- Valerie Bridgeman -- Leonard Sweet -- Brad R. Braxton -- Melvin Bray -- Harold Dean Trulear -- Otis Moss Jr. -- Otis Moss III -- Derrick Harkins Related Searches:
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Additional Credits:
McMickle, Marvin Andrew.

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