The Heart of Black Preaching
Cleophus LaRue argues that the extraordinary character of black preaching derives from a distinctive biblical hermeneutic that views God as involved in practical ways in the lives of African Americans. This hermeneutic, he believes, has remained constant since the days of slavery. LaRue analyzes the distinct characteristics of African American preaching and brings the insights of both theory and practice to bear on this important subject matter.
The Power Motif in NineteenthCentury
A Hermeneutic of Power in Contemporary
The Basic Dynamics of the African American Sermon
A Resemblance and a Contrast between the American Negro
The RooseveltWashington Episode or Race Prejudice