Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Parable of the Good Terrorist

Yesterday, I delivered the devotional to open our daily work of The General Commission on Religion and Race’s CORR Action Fund.  I had intended to talk about Christian Unity but, early in the morning, the blueprint  to the new Presidential Executive … Continue reading

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When Systemic Racism Hits Home

This posting was written last year.  It is worth repeating. If we are to celebrate Black History Month as a people of faith, we should make sure that history is accurate. Where it is inaccurate, we are obliged to correct … Continue reading

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