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Reviving the Spirit: A Generation of African Americans Goes Home to Church (edition 1996)

by Beverly Hall Lawrence (Author)

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Drawing on her own experiences and those of the parishioners of Baltimore's Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, the author traces and celebrates the current renaissance of religious feeling among middle-class blacks.
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Title:Reviving the Spirit: A Generation of African Americans Goes Home to Church
Authors:Beverly Hall Lawrence (Author)
Info:Grove Pr (1996), Edition: 1st, 184 pages; Uncorrected Advance Proof
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Drawing on her own experiences and those of the parishioners of Baltimore's Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, the author traces and celebrates the current renaissance of religious feeling among middle-class blacks.

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