Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God

Book Reviews:  Each student will complete and turn in a five-page book review based on Book Review Guidelines. The review will carefully summarize the major idea(s) of the selected book and critically analyze the idea(s) advanced in the book taking into consideration materials discussed in lectures and readings from previous units, where appropriate. Doubled-spaced 12pt Times New Roman
Kelly Brown Douglas, Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God
Also, incorporate questions 1-6 listed below in completing the book review.     1.    Identify and write a sentence or paragraph in the reading that you disliked, made you stumble or caused a moment of aha. Describe in at least one well-developed paragraph why the particular sentence stuck out or caused a response in you. (Include the page number where the sentence is found) (2 pts)
2.    (If applicable) List and define (Using Gonzalez) words that are new to you.  (2 pts)
3.    Identify the thesis of this book, chapter, article, video or essay. What is the main argument of this text? (Include the page number where the thesis is found) (2 pts)
4.    Identify some of the supporting claims and ideas of the text.  Make note of page numbers where claims may be found and include quotes from the text. Example: Author A lists three key points to support the argument. First (2 pts)
5.    How does this text inform your ministry/research interest and context? (2 pts)6.    Generate a critical question you would like to ask the author. (2 pts)The post Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God



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