Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Free At Last?

Essential reading for the Jazz Theolgian. This book is for anyone who wants to see a master Jazz Theologian at work. Carl Ellis is the President of Project Joseph (www.projectjoseph.org) and seeks to bring reformation and renewal to the church. It is his book that has influenced my life more than any other book, save the Bible of course. You'll want to read for what it says, for it is a fascinating look at how God was and is at work in the African-American experience, but if you stop there, you'll be missing out. Don't just read it to learn what it says, read it to learn what it is doing--Jazz Theology!

4 Comments:

Anonymous lightskinned negro said...

Your Cool Daddy,

What do you or Carl Ellis make of Jack Teagarden?

-lightskinned

5:04 PM  
Blogger jazztheo said...

lightskinned,

my response to Teagarden can be seen under the post where you first asked the question.

5:21 PM  
Anonymous lightskinned negro said...

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5:41 PM  
Blogger jazztheo said...

oops...

6:42 PM  

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