Black Megachurch Culture: Models for Education and Empowerment by ProQuest


According to Swindler (1986), culture can be defined as "symbolic vehicles of meaning, including beliefs, ritual practices, art forms, and ceremonies, as well as informal cultural practices such as language, gossip, stories, and rituals of daily life" (p. 273) Barnes remained data-driven and objective throughout this text. [...]all Black megachurches should be encouraged to become proactive as oppose to reactive to the inequities and inequalities that minorities, particularly underprivileged African American students confront throughout America.

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