Racism and the Church
Six Important Conversations on Racism In, and Beyond, the Congregation
Ibram X. Kendi has said, "I think it is critically important for the church to be guided in [anti-racist] ministry by a liberation theology as opposed to a savior theology. Liberation theology presupposes that Jesus was a revolutionary who came to inspire people to revolt and transform their conditions to liberate themselves from oppression. Thus, the job of the church is to serve as a meeting place for that revolution against oppression. The job of the Christian is to be consistently inspired by the revolutionary example."
We are proud to offer this collection of conversations with some of the most impactful voices in the progressive Christian space. We have brought together some important themes coupled with visionary insights from Rev. Jacqui Lewis, Rev. Dr. Cari Jackson, the Rev. Karen Georgia Thompson, Rev. Traci Blackmon, Rev. Dr. Kelle Brown and John Pavlovitz.
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