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Princes Shall Come Out of Egypt: A Comparative Study of the Theological and Ecclesiological Views of Marcus Garvey and Albert B. Cleage Jr.

Author(s): Alan Walker

Edition: 1

Copyright: 2012

Pages: 254

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Finally, there is a book that celebrates the incredible contributions to Black people in America and the world over by two leaders who have yet to receive their full due. Princes Shall Come Out of Egypt: A Comparative Study of the Theological and Ecclesiological Views of Marcus Garvey and Rev. Albert B. Cleage Jr. by University of Houston African American Studies professor, Aswad Walker, compares the theological beliefs and resulting global impact of 1920s race leader Marcus Garvey (organizer of more Blacks around the globe than any leader before or since), and Reverend Albert B. Cleage Jr., the “Father of Black Liberation Theology.”

Published in August 2012, during the very month that marked what would have been Garvey’s 125th birthday, and just one year removed from Cleage’s 100th birthday, Princes Shall Come Out of Egypt not only celebrates the historic significance of these two giants, it places their views and ideologies in conversation with several key issues of our time, including 1) the current state of Black leadership, 2) the Far Right’s “colonization of Christianity,” 3) the Obama Presidency, 4) dealing with race in a “post-racial” society, 6) the current and future direction of the Black Church, 7) the cultural war in Black America, and more.

Princes Shall Come Out of Egypt speaks to multiple disciplines, including Africana (Black, African American) Studies, Religious Studies, Sociology, History, Urban Studies, Political Science and U.S. and Global Race Relations, and offers critical information for Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials alike.


Finally, there is a book that celebrates the incredible contributions to Black people in America and the world over by two leaders who have yet to receive their full due. Princes Shall Come Out of Egypt: A Comparative Study of the Theological and Ecclesiological Views of Marcus Garvey and Rev. Albert B. Cleage Jr. by University of Houston African American Studies professor, Aswad Walker, compares the theological beliefs and resulting global impact of 1920s race leader Marcus Garvey (organizer of more Blacks around the globe than any leader before or since), and Reverend Albert B. Cleage Jr., the “Father of Black Liberation Theology.”

Published in August 2012, during the very month that marked what would have been Garvey’s 125th birthday, and just one year removed from Cleage’s 100th birthday, Princes Shall Come Out of Egypt not only celebrates the historic significance of these two giants, it places their views and ideologies in conversation with several key issues of our time, including 1) the current state of Black leadership, 2) the Far Right’s “colonization of Christianity,” 3) the Obama Presidency, 4) dealing with race in a “post-racial” society, 6) the current and future direction of the Black Church, 7) the cultural war in Black America, and more.

Princes Shall Come Out of Egypt speaks to multiple disciplines, including Africana (Black, African American) Studies, Religious Studies, Sociology, History, Urban Studies, Political Science and U.S. and Global Race Relations, and offers critical information for Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials alike.

Alan Walker

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