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Preaching on race.

Robert Frederick West

Preaching on race.

by Robert Frederick West

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Published by Bethany Press in St. Louis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Disciples of Christ -- Sermons.,
  • Race relations.,
  • Sermons, American.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT734.2 .W45
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 p.
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5849117M
    LC Control Number62008760
    OCLC/WorldCa3032312

      Carolyn B. Helsel Chalice Press, pages Reviewed by Rachel Cheney As a predominantly white denomination, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has the option to choose whether we want to think or talk about racism. Most people of color are not afforded this luxury. For many, talking about racism is not an abstract mental exercise, but a painfully lived out reality. As you run God’s race, stay in your own lane. For each of us, running God’s race is personal. We can only run the race God has individually marked out for us. I can’t run your race, and you can’t run mine. The race marked out for some includes a legacy of abusive parents. For others it involves a physical or mental handicap.

    Preaching on race is not merely a matter of addressing current cultural issues, a few specific biblical texts or an occasional sermon series. While all of those things are necessary, I contend that preaching on issues related to sinful attitudes regarding otherness, including race, racism and racial injustice, are simply a regular part of faithful biblical exposition throughout the canon of Scripture. Sunday Sermons Online. 1, likes 3 were here. Sunday Sermons Online -- full-text sermons, illustrations, prayers, children's messages and sermon audio. Serving clergy worldwide since Missing: race.

    Do you need a word from the Lord in your life right now. Watch this playlist of some the greatest and awesome preaching from great women and men of GOD. Jesu.   As we run and keep our eyes on Jesus, God works on us, making us more and more like His Son. Ultimately, He will bring us to our long-awaited reward. Run the race that is set before you. But run it with the hope that God wants you to have in Christ.


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