Black Nations In Scripture: Why Should Christians Discuss Race

For the majority of Black people race determines where you live, where you go to church, where you work, whether you work at all, whether you will advance on the job, how you are treated by the police, how you are treated in court, what school your children go to, what they are taught or not taught when they get there, what access your community will have to public services, whether you can vote and whether that vote will be counted, how you are portrayed in television, films, and the news: all of these things are directly impacted by race and more often than not the Black individual is the recipient of the short end in each of these situations. … More Black Nations In Scripture: Why Should Christians Discuss Race

A Black Family

Genesis 10:6 (KJV 1900) And the sons of Ham; Cush, and Mizraim, and Phut, and Canaan. This passage describes a very simple but very potent fact. This passage describes a family. This family functioned in the same that all families have functioned before or since. It is subject to the same laws of genetics that … More A Black Family

A Response: The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel

The Gospel and the Christian’s response to social injustices in their periphery are not mutually exclusive. Trusted Christian voices have made it their business to convince you that the two supernaturally repel one another. Because these voices are trusted, there is the temptation to swallow their assertions whole. In view of this, it is imperative … More A Response: The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel

A Response to “Slavery and the Bible” by Thomas Kidd”

The blog “Slavery and the Bible” by Thomas Kidd (@ThomasSKidd) of Baylor University is a thoughtful comment upon the complexity of the bible’s approach to slavery. In it he raises questions regarding the uniqueness of American slavery and discusses its applicability to the institution during the times when the bible was composed. The blog may … More A Response to “Slavery and the Bible” by Thomas Kidd”