Christianity, Islam and the Negro Race

Capa
Black Classic Press, 1994 - 432 páginas
A native of St. Thomas, West Indies, Edward Wilmot Blyden (1832-1912) lived most of his life on the African continent. He was an accomplished educator, linguist, writer and world traveller, who strongly defended the unique character of Africa and its people. Christianity, Islam and the Negro Race is an essential collection of his writings on race, culture, and the African Personality.
 

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CHRISTIANITY AND THE NEGRO RACE
30
CHRISTIAN MISSIONS IN WEST AFRICA
54
THE AIMS AND METHODS OF A LIBERAL EDUCATION FOR AFRICANS
82
ORIGIN AND PURPOSE OF AFRICAN COLONISATION
108
ETHIOPIA STRETCHING OUT HER HANDS UNTO GOD AFRICAS SERVICE
130
ECHOES FROM AFRICA
150
PHILIP AND THE EUNUCH
174
MOHAMMEDANISM IN WESTERN AFRICA
199
SIERRA LEONE AND LIBERIA
217
ISLAM AND RACE DISTINCTIONS
277
AFRICA AND THE AFRICANS
298
LIFE OF LORD LAWRENCE AND ITS LESSONS
325
AFRICAN COLONISATION
383
APPENDIX
425
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