New Book Explores Race in the Church Today

June 1, 2016

Louisville, KY

 In the midst of another period of increased discussion about race relations in the United States, recent events have provoked not just a willingness to discuss issues of racism in this country but a desire to do something meaningful to confront it. At a time when many Christians are wondering what they can do, Race in a Post-Obama America:  The Church Responds, provides not only the history behind the issue, but some ways of moving forward.

The goal of this book is to help individuals and congregations discuss the state of racism and what they can do about it, stating “Christians are compelled to engage the troubled past between the Bible and racism while seeking to transform the world and others through an engagement of those same biblical texts.”

Click here to read the Foreword from Otis Moss III. Race in a Post-Obama America is available for purchase through Westminster John Knox Press and other major retailers.

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