Against Toleration

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A richly endowed text for students of African-Caribbean Christianity, law and society, and anti-colonial struggle in the Atlantic World.

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Against Toleration breaks new ground in exposing how administrators of the island of St. Vincent co-opted the political elites and recognised churches and colluded with the British government to deny the Spiritual Baptists the right to practise their faith, in blatant violation of multiple toleration Acts under the British Constitution.

It is the first in-depth comparative study of African responses to colonialism in North America, The Bahamas and Jamaica. It highlights some key fundamentals of African spirituality, as well as providing insights into how intra-Atlantic, African migrations combined to account for the rise and character of the Spiritual Baptists.

  • Hardcover: No
  • Publisher: Ian Randle Publishers
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 978-976-8339-03-4
  • Dimensions: NA
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