By examining eighteenth-century black Christianity in multiple locales and tracing the circuits of black evangelicals as they traveled through Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, and North America, Catron examines how many Afro-Protestants maintained cultural and intellectual ties outside the confines of America's plantation complex and suggests they might be better understood as Atlantic Africans.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Christianity in Atlantic Africa before 1800 -- The favorite of heaven: Antigua and the growth of black Atlantic Christianity -- Early black Atlantic Christianity in the middle colonies -- Black evangelical diaspora in the greater Caribbean -- Afro-Christian diaspora in the age of revolution.
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