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How does oppression manifest itself in the structures and systems of society? What are the psychological and theological issues surrounding the phenomena of a tortured self-identity and diminished self-esteem? Through the study of King's life and witness, Building King's Beloved Community seeks to inspire and suggest a prophetic practice that will broaden and inform the paradigm for pastoral caregiving in responding to the needs of oppressed people in any context--especially where Christianity is practiced.
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Chinula is an associate professor in the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Howard Clinebell, formerly professor of pastoral psychology and counseling at the School of Theology, Claremont, California, authored several books published by Abingdon Press. He was considered an authority on the subject of counseling persons with addictions.
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