Is God a White Racist?: A Preamble to Black Theology by William R. JonesIn an examination of the early liberation methodology of James Cone, J. Deotis Roberts, and Joseph Washington, among others, Jones questions whether their foundation for black Christian theism--the belief in an omnibenevolent God who has dominion over human history--can provide an adequate theological foundation to effectively dismantle the economic, social, and political framework of oppression.
Why Lord?: Suffering and Evil in Black Theology by Anthony B. PinnA critique of black theological treatments of black suffering, and more specifically notions of “theodicy” and “redemptive suffering.” Pinn positions nontheistic black humanism as a more adequate response to black suffering, given its stress upon human agency in the face of oppression.
Reclaiming Stolen Earth: an Africana Ecotheology by Jawanza Eric ClarkDemonstrates how the crisis of global climate change, like so many social crises, is an outgrowth of the most consequential problem of the modern era: the problem of "whiteness." Clark argues that an African-centered, or Africana, approach to theology reveals the ways that Black theology has radical ecological implications.