By Kenyatta R. Gilbert
In the wake of a failed Reconstruction interval, common agricultural melancholy, and the increase of Jim Crow legislation, and brought on through America’s access into global warfare I, a flood of southern Blacks moved from the South to the urban facilities of the North. This nice Migration remodeled northern Black church buildings and produced a brand new mode of preaching—prophetic Black preaching—which sought to deal with this fresh context.
Black clerics comparable to Baptist pastor Reverend Adam Clayton Powell Sr., A.M.E. Bishop Reverdy Cassius Ransom, and A.M.E. Zion pastor Florence Spearing Randolph rose up inside those congregations. From their pulpits, those pastors proclaimed fact and tool for wish throughout racial, ethnic, and sophistication traces either inside their congregations and among the Black neighborhood and the broader culture.
A Pursued Justice profiles those 3 ecclesiastically artistic clerics of the 1st 1/2 the 20th century whose strident voices gave start to a particular kind of prophetic preaching. Their radical sermonic reaction to injustice and discomfort, either out and in of the Black church, not just captured the imaginations of members within the greatest inner mass migration in American background but additionally encouraged the homiletical imaginative and prescient of Martin Luther King Jr. and next generations of preachers of innovative desire and holy disobedience.
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A Pursued Justice: Black Preaching from the Great Migration to Civil Rights by Kenyatta R. Gilbert