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Two Crummell protégés, John E. Bruce and William H. Ferris, later became senior officials in Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA). 12 Wilson Jeremiah Moses Crummell was a man of large intellect, noted for his volatile temperament and sarcastic disposition. His ample writings were not confined to race relations but touched on European and American letters and politics, African missionary work, and a broad variety of political, social, and moral issues. The division between Hamilton and Jefferson ideals, for example, which is so important in American history, is replicated in many aspects of African American culture.
Moses, Wilson Jeremiah (1975). “Civilizing Missionary: A Study of Alexander Crummell,” Journal of Negro History (April): 229–251. ——— (1989). Alexander Crummell: A Study in Civilization and Discontent. New York: Oxford University Press. ——— (1991). ” In Wilson J. ), The Wings of Ethiopia: Studies in African American Life and Letters, 79–93. Ames: Iowa State University Press. ) (1992). Alexander Crummell, Destiny and Race: Sermons and Addresses 1840–1898. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.
Some churches have also acquired fleets of cars and buses to be used by members for official church purposes or for commercial rentals. ”18 Such extrareligious activities no doubt have immense religious, social, and economic Raising Champions, Taking Territories 25 import for the church members and for the communities in which these facilities are located. This development suggests that some of these churches have “come of age” in this new cultural environment. The Transnationalization of New African Churches One distinguishing feature of the recent trend as compared to previous waves of immigration is the fluid nature of transnational networks that characterize what Castles and Miller described as “the age of migration” (2003).
The African Diaspora and the Study of Religion (Religion Culture Critique) by Theodore Louis Trost