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Randall C. Bailey (editor). Yet with a Steady Beat: Contemporary U.S. Afrocentric Biblical Interpretation. Brill. 2003. 200pp.

Donald R. Barbera. Black and Not Baptist: Nonbelief and Freethought in the Black Community. iUniverse. 2003. 280pp.

Andrew Billingsley. Mighty Like a River: The Black Church and Social Reform. Oxford University Press. 1999. 262pp.

Yvonne Chireau. Black Magic: Religion and the African American Conjuring Tradition. University of California Press. 2006. 222pp.

Stephen D. Glazier (editor). Encyclopedia of African and African-American Religions. Taylor & Francis. 2001. 452pp.

Fredrick C. Harris. Something Within: Religion in African-American Political Activism. Oxford University Press. 1999. 227pp.

R. Drew Smith, Fredrick C. Harris (editor). Black Churches and Local Politics: Clergy Influence, Organizational Partnerships, and Civic Empowerment. Rowman & Littlefield. 2005. 218pp.

Barbara Ann Holmes. Joy Unspeakable: Contemplative Practices of the Black Church. Fortress Press. 2004. 212pp.

Anthony B. Pinn. Terror and Triumph: The Nature of Black Religion. Fortress Press. 2003. 274pp.

Larry Eugene Rivers; Canter Brown, Jr.. Laborers in the Vineyard of the Lord: The Beginnings of the AME Church in Florida, 1865-1895. University Press of Florida. 2001. 244pp.

Milton C. Sernett (editor). African American Religious History: A Documentary Witness. Duke University Press. 1999. 595pp.

Richard Brent Turner. Islam in the African-American Experience. Indiana University Press. 2003. 312pp.

Gayraud S. Wilmore. Black Religion and Black Radicalism. Doubleday. 1972. 344pp.

Elly M. Wynia. The Church of God and Saints of Christ: The Rise of Black Jews. Taylor & Francis. 1994. 129pp.

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