The United Methodist Church has never been united on the politics of identity. Its story could just as easily be...Read more
Richard Newton , PhD is an assistant professor of Religious Studies at the University of Alabama. Dr. Newton's areas of interest include theory and method in the study of religion, African-American history, the New Testament in Western imagination, American cultural politics, and pedagogy in religious studies. His work has been published in the Journal of Biblical Literature and Method & Theory in the Study of Religion. His forthcoming book is titled Identifying Roots: Alex Haley and the Anthropology of Scriptures. Follow him on Twitter @seedpods and learn more about his work at sowingtheseed.org.
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