Said I Wasn't Gonna Tell Nobody - The making of a Black Theologian
Author James H Cone
"This is James Cone's story of how he found his voice and what he used it to say. The result is both eloquent and unflinching in its condemnation of white supremacy. There is redemption in this book, but it is never cheap."
-Tom F Driver, Union Theological Seminary
"A testament to God-talk that insists on the humanity of Blackness, calls out racism and other forms of dehumanization, with an insistence that we speak up and act in the face of injustice and evil. A must read."
- Emilie M Townes, Vanderbilt university Divinity School
"This memoir should be required reading for all thinking Christians who seek to make a difference in the world."
-Cheryl Townsend Gilkes, Colby College
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