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By Anthony B. Pinn, Allen Dwight Callahan

From help for racial discrimination to justification for fight opposed to the established order, the biblical textual content and its key figures have performed a popular position within the improvement of spiritual discourse on urgent socio-political issues.  Slavery and persisted discrimination got theological sanction during the previous testomony tale of Ham, yet what of his descendent Nimrod the hunter? African American spiritual lifestyles and the tale of Nimrod interrogates the character and which means of the biblical determine Nimrod's legacy for the kids of Africa, laying off mild on an interesting question:  for individuals of African descent is Nimrod well-known, or infamous? 

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