Sanctified Revolution: The Church of God in Christ: A history of African-American holiness

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The purpose of this research is to create a comprehensive historical work on the Church of God in Christ, while highlighting the formation, development, and transition of the only Black mainstream church body in America that was solely founded, organized, and fully controlled by African-Americans. This research seeks to give the COGIC audience a realistic perspective on their history and on the impact of the Church on the world of Christendom. I recapped the contributions of COGIC and its influence on the contemporary mega-church movement and gospel music. Additionally, the COGIC Church impacted the American religious landscape by being a multiracial denomination that had a great populist appeal among the rural and urban poor which assisted the phenomenal growth in membership, making it the second largest African-American Christian organization in the world.

The purpose of this research is to create a comprehensive historical work on the Church of God in Christ, while highlighting the formation, development, and transition of the only Black mainstream church body in America that was solely founded, organized, and fully controlled by African-Americans. This research seeks to give the COGIC audience a realistic perspective on their history and on the impact of the Church on the world of Christendom. I recapped the contributions of COGIC and its influence on the contemporary mega-church movement and gospel music. Additionally, the COGIC Church impacted the American religious landscape by being a multiracial denomination that had a great populist appeal among the rural and urban poor which assisted the phenomenal growth in membership, making it the second largest African-American Christian organization in the world.

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Author Dr. Ovell Hamilton (Author), Eneas Francisco (Editor)
Format Paperback
ISBN-10 6588545118
ISBN-13 9786588545119
Language English
Publisher UPBooks
Publisher's Price $25.00
Pages 272
Publication Date Jul 16, 2021
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The purpose of this research is to create a comprehensive historical work on the Church of God in Christ, while highlighting the formation, development, and transition of the only Black mainstream church body in America that was solely founded, organized, and fully controlled by African-Americans. This research seeks to give the COGIC audience a realistic perspective on their history and on the impact of the Church on the world of Christendom. I recapped the contributions of COGIC and its influence on the contemporary mega-church movement and gospel music. Additionally, the COGIC Church impacted the American religious landscape by being a multiracial denomination that had a great populist appeal among the rural and urban poor which assisted the phenomenal growth in membership, making it the second largest African-American Christian organization in the world.

More Information
Author Dr. Ovell Hamilton (Author), Eneas Francisco (Editor)
Format Paperback
ISBN-10 6588545118
ISBN-13 9786588545119
Language English
Publisher UPBooks
Publisher's Price $25.00
Pages 272
Publication Date Jul 16, 2021
Write Your Own Review
Only registered users can write reviews. Please Sign in or create an account
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