The African-American Church Essay by Scholar13

The African-American Church
An analysis of the various denominations of the church in African-American communities.
# 47039 | 2,506 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2004 | US


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This paper offers an historic background of African-American church denominations. This paper examines specific denominations that have had a great impact on the African-American community. Specifically, the paper explores the use of music, known as Gosepl music, in Church ceremonies and prayer.

From the Paper:

"The African American church is centered on a wealth of tradition. The founder of the church was Richard Allen. Allen was in the forefront of the Abolitionist Movement; the church was an important station on the "Underground Railroad" as well as a recruiting station during the Civil War. The establishment of a unified denomination during the Abolitionist Movement was advantageous to African American people. After the founding of African Methodist Episcopal, several African Americans gradually left because of opposing views. The African American Church is no longer one, but instead many."

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The African-American Church (2004, January 28) Retrieved September 16, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/essay/the-african-american-church-47039/

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"The African-American Church" 28 January 2004. Web. 16 September. 2019. <https://www.academon.com/essay/the-african-american-church-47039/>

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