- Title Pages
- A Restless Presence: Church Activism and “Post-Apartheid,” “Post-Racial” Challenges
- Shape-Shifting: Cultural Hauntings, Contested Post-Racialism, and Black Theological Imagination
- High School Students, the Catholic Church, and the Struggle for Black Inclusion and Citizenship in Rock Hill, South Carolina
- Christian Youth Activism and South African Black Ecclesiology
- White Theology amidst White Rhetoric on Violence
- “They Must Have a Different God Than Our God”: Towards a Lived Theology of Black Churchwomen during the United States Civil Rights Movement
- Church Youth Activism and Political and Economic Constraints within “Post-Racial” South Africa
- Black South African Christian Response to Afrophobia in Contemporary South Africa
- Collisions between Racism and the Truth of the Cross
- Pursuing American Racial Justice and a Politically and Theologically Informed Black Church Praxis
- In Defense of “Christian Activism”: The Case of Allan Boesak
- Legitimacy: The Praxis of Consensing and Consenting in the Contested Post-Racial Democratic Discourse in South Africa
- In Search of a Transforming Public Theology: Drinking from the Wells of Black Theology
- Whither Transcendence? Framing the Contours of Transatlantic Black Unity in Contested Post-Racialized Times
- Contextuality of Black Experience and Contributions to a Wider Debate
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