Addressing the systemic nature of the sin of whiteness in theology and churches, this essay draws upon the theology of James Cone to construct a method enabling white theologians to become black with God. The essay seeks to demonstrate how Wesleyan Methodist theology can be reconstructed through these methodological touchstones
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