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This reflection explores the relationship between the one church of Jesus Christ and the contributions of one of its many manifestations, the black church, from and for which emerges a black hermeneutic. From the perspective of a black hermeneutic, I offer four evaluative observations of the dominant culture in the church in the United States. I secondly call a black hermeneutic to a consistent and constant self-evaluation, recommending two evaluative measures.
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