The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States [ PDF ] author Charles Colcock Jones


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The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States

Charles Colcock Jones Sr – was a Presbyterian clergyman educator missionary and planter of Liberty County Georgia While in the North Jones agonized over the morality of owning slaves but he returned to Liberty County to become a planter and a missionary to slaves He served as pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Savannah Georgia – Professor of church history and polity at Columbia Theological Seminary Columbia South Carolina – returned to missionary work in and was again Professor at Columbia Seminary – He spent the remainder of his life supervising his three plantations Arcadia Montevideo and Maybank while continuing his evangelization of slaves Besides many tracts and papers Jones published The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States and a History of the Church of God His Catechism of Scripture Doctrine and Practice was translated into Armenian and Chinese In literary critic Robert Manson Myers p. Ummmm Every Black person in america needs to read this RIGHT NOW

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Ublished a huge collection of Jones family letters in The Children of Pride a work ofthan pages the book won a National Book Award In historian Erskine Clarke published Dwelling Place A Plantation Epic based on an even larger collection of Jones family correspondence it won a Bancroft Prize Mr Jones the author of this volume had for years manifested a deep interest in the religious improvement of his colored fellow men He was a minister of the gospel resident in Georgia and connected ecclesiastically with the Presbyterian denomination This book contains an historical sketch of the religious instruction of the negroes from to treats of the moral and religious condition of the negroes; of the obligations of the church to improve that condition by giving them the gospel and proposes plans for securing their religious instruction Mr Jones weighs well all objections to the course proposed and meets them on Scriptural grounds so that. It s a good addition to your libraryfor African Americans to understand your history here in America And when studying religion in the black churches and how we were introduced to Christianity here in America This is a book that sheads light and makes you understand your grandmothers faith in church from tradition here in America This is a great companion to the new birth of a nation movie about Nate Turner and his roll as a preacher Cold Case, Hot Accomplice (Men of Wolf Creek, years manifested a deep interest in the religious improvement of his colored fellow men He was a minister of the gospel resident in Georgia and connected ecclesiastically with the Presbyterian denomination This book contains an historical sketch of the religious instruction of the negroes from to treats of the moral and religious condition of the negroes; of the obligations of the church to improve that condition by giving them the gospel and proposes plans for securing their religious instruction Mr Jones weighs well all objections to the course proposed and meets them on Scriptural grounds so that. It s a good addition to Blackmailed Into the Greek Tycoons Bed (International Billionaires, your libraryfor African Americans to understand Her Husbands Christmas Bargain your history here in America And when studying religion in the black churches and how we were introduced to Christianity here in America This is a book that sheads light and makes The Geography of Witchcraft you understand Hold On To Me your grandmothers faith in church from tradition here in America This is a great companion to the new birth of a nation movie about Nate Turner and his roll as a preacher

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It must be difficult for a minister of the gospel or a private Christian to read and not be reproved Under the head of the obligations of the church to the negroes the author speaks out plainly and forcibly first to the church in slaveholding states on their duties to the slaves then to Christians in the free states on their duty to afford the gospel to free negroes within their limits To the former he says We cannot cry out against Papists for withholding the Scriptures from the common people if we withhold the Bible from our servants and keep them in ignorance of its saving truths which we certainly do whilst we will not provide ways and means of having it read and explained to them Appeals such as Mr Jones made to the consciences of Christians in the South adapted to prepare the way as rapidly as any other preparatory measures for the ultimate breaking of all the fetters of bondage and letting the oppressed and captive go free. Sad but educational to know just how widespread the maltreatment of Black people with in religion is and was


11 thoughts on “The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States

  1. says:

    I WAS TOLD AS A CHILD, WHO EVER CONTROLS GOD CONTROLS YOU EUROPEANS DID AN EXCELLENT JOB, WHEN CONTROLLING AFRICANS IN THE NEW WORL

  2. says:

    Very informative!!!! To know that Christianity was basically forced on my ancestors to make them better slaves and that, they should become Chr

  3. says:

    Ummmm Every Black person in america needs to read this RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!!!

  4. says:

    This is an awesome book.It explains why to this day we the indigenous people of America are so quick to forgive the injus

  5. says:

    It’s a good addition to your library,for African Americans to understand your history here in America And when studying religion in the black churches and how we were introduced to Christianity here in America This is a book that sheads light and makes you understand your grandmothers faith in church from tradition here

  6. says:

    If you don't know your history here is a good stating point to do your research Wake up people

  7. says:

    Excellent book if you want know how African Americans was force into Christianity by white American

  8. says:

    Great reading, great history, every African american should take the time and read, Thank You

  9. says:

    Sad but educational to know just how widespread the maltreatment of Black people with in religion is and was.

  10. says:

    Interesting and useful

  11. says:

    Not bad

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