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KENNETH L. JOHNSON MA., M. Div.

Kenneth Johnson wants people to view this web site as the platform for an evolving social movement to eradicate race/racism.

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Author:  Kenneth L. Johnson MA., M.Div

 

Description: This is a production of  Kenneth L.  Johnson's book Crucifying A Color. Understanding the Nature of our Blackness.

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Book: Crucifying A Color

 

Author:  Kenneth L. Johnson MA., M.Div

 

Description: Understanding the Nature of our Blackness.

"I challenge you to read this  book and come away with the same views about race as before you completed the book"

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Book: Black Theology, Removing the Veil

 

Author:  Kenneth L. Johnson MA., M.Div

 

Description: We can no longer allow black religion to simply revolve around racism, oppression and the outcast primarily, but rather seek to be at the forefront of religious thinking and writing. The black church must follow the mandate of a historical black theology by acting and not reacting.

      WE BEGIN BY REMOVING THE VEIL.

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About the Author

   Rev. Kenneth l. Johnson is an itinerant elder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Having earned the Benjamin E. Mays Fellowship and the John Middleton Scholarship awards, he is an acknowledged intellectual among clergy persons. Devoted to elevation a God consciousness, he has an awareness and sensitivity for people and seeks to address their religious concerns as it relates to responsibilities towards one another and towards God. He seeks to raise the conscious discussion of theology particularly in the black community/church. He is relentless in efforts to ascertain the truisms of religion.

   Rev . Johnson, a native Kansan, received a dual Bachelor of Science degree from University of Kansas, has a Master of Arts in Religious Studies from the University of Detroit, completed a  master of Divinity at the Interdenominational  Theological Center of Atlanta, Georgia and then further extended his research at the University of Ibadan in Nigeria, West Africa

Kenneth Johnson wants people to view this web site as the platform for an evolving social movement to eradicate race/racism.

 

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