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My grandmother was a senior pastor

By Patrick R. Anderson The craziness in the church seems never to end. I thought the inanities underpinning ...

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Jim Crow in New Clothes

By Raphael Warnock Mr. President, before I begin my formal remarks, I want to pause to condemn the hatred ...

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Words of Challenge from a White Pastor to the Texas Legislative Black Caucus

By George A. Mason                Introductory Words Many thanks for the invitation to speak to you. I imagine this ...

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COVID-19 Vaccines: A Message of Hope

By Aurora Pop-Vicas “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper ...

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Time to Say ‘Good Riddance’ to Bad Theology

By Patrick R. Anderson, editor The rather unholy role played by the subset of Christians called “evangelical Christians” ...

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A word about American police

The relationship between American policing and racist, white supremacists, KKKers, and the like has been with us a ...

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SBC seminary presidents are ‘complicit with evil,’ revered California pastor says

J. Alfred Smith Sr. is not happy with the six Southern Baptist Convention presidents, who recently issued a declaration ...

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The Future is Not Inevitable, but the Way Forward Is Familiar

By Carol Harston From Here to Equality: Reparations for Black Americans in the Twenty-First Century calls us to ...

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Book review: ‘White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity

 By Robert P Jones and Reviewed by Myles Werntz It is no secret (and impossible, frankly, to say ...

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A Sermon on Temptation and Group Evil

By Lewis Brogdon Matthew 6:9-15 “And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love ...

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