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Toni Morrison's Beloved as African-American Scripture & Other Articles on History and Canon: Hermit Kingdom Studies in History and Religion | [Heerak Christian Kim]

Toni Morrison's Beloved as African-American Scripture & Other Articles on History and Canon: Hermit Kingdom Studies in History and Religion

This book contains a collection of academic articles ranging from African-American history, Jewish history, early Christian history, the New Testament, Patristic history, medieval history, and the history of the Reformation. This academic work is a bold quest to capture the essence of history and canon as phenomenalized in the human experience. Scholars and students of history, religion, literary criticism, sociology, anthropology, humanities, and theology will surely benefit from reading this book.
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Toni Morrison's Beloved as African-American Scripture & Other Articles on History and Canon is a very important academic book exploring the question of historicity and canonicity -- the relationship (in causality and relational terms) between the experience of human community and the creation (or the interpretation) of a religious text (and the canonization of a religious "text"). This book contains a collection of academic articles ranging from African-American history, Jewish history, early Christian history, the New Testament, Patristic history, medieval history, and the history of the Reformation. This academic work is a bold quest to capture the essence of history and canon as phenomenalized in the human experience. Scholars and students of history, religion, literary criticism, sociology, anthropology, humanities, and theology will surely benefit from reading this book. Although this book is highly academic, it is written in a very readable style so that educated individuals who may not be specialists will benefit from the articles in the book.

©2006 The Hermit Kingdom Press (P)2013 The Hermit Kingdom Press

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