Reconciliation

Charles Ramsey: The Unlikely Hero

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Charles Ramsey didn't wake up thinking he'd become an unlikely hero. What do his interview comments say about race relations? Read more

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Remembering Richard Twiss

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UrbanFaith honors the legacy of Richard Twiss, a prophetic Christian voice for social justice, racial reconciliation, and indigenous leadership. Read more

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Food for the Soul

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During this season of thanksgiving, gathering around the table for soul food reminds me of the profound African American story of which I’m a part — but also of how that story is tied to God’s greater story of redemption. Read more

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Attention Christmas Shoppers: Angel Tree Needs You!

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Angel Tree shares the true meaning of the season with incarcerated men and women and their children by providing Christmas gifts and financial support. Will you help? Read more

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Undoing the Damage of Sunday Morning Segregation

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A compelling new history of Southern Presbyterian churches reveals the challenge of moving on from American Christianity’s cultural captivity to racism and patriarchal idolatry. Read more

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Free Will and Same-Sex Marriage

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Author Michael Eric Dyson thinks the Black church needs to ‘get over’ the gay marriage issue. But is it possible to view homosexuality as a sin, yet support the right of same-sex couples to marry? Read more

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Barack Obama: ‘We Are Not As Divided As Our Politics Suggest’

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At his victory rally in Chicago, President Obama began the process of bringing a polarized nation together. Here is what he said. Read more

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Dinesh D’Souza’s Anti-Christian Worldview

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OPINION: When the Obama-bashing conservative activist lost his gig as the president of a Christian college, it was just the latest example of how right-wing conservatives pimp evangelical Christians for personal gain. Read more

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Deconstructing the Whiteness of Christ

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In their fascinating new book, historians Edward J. Blum and Paul Harvey probe the origins of the ‘American Jesus’ and the sometimes harmful, sometimes helpful ways that race interacts with our faith. Read more

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Lord, Deliver Us from Smartphone Stupidity

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As the Internet goes mobile, phones and tablets have become symbols of our personal identity. But this latest digital divide could be bad for our souls. Read more

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