#RacialRec: The Coversation~ ‘Bloodlines’ and Racism

Natasha to Trillia: When referencing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter from Birmingham Jail, Piper reminds us that the white clergy said, “he [MLK] should be more patient, wait, and not demonstrate (25).” In a casual conversation about diversity, one of my Black college friends informed me that his white roommate shared the same sentiment asContinue reading “#RacialRec: The Coversation~ ‘Bloodlines’ and Racism”

#RacialRec: Introducing “Bloodlines” and Trillia Newbell

It has been awhile since we had a book discussion but here we are. Our only discussion for 2012 is John Piper’s Bloodlines: Race, Cross, and The Christian. As always, we will engage in book dialog on Tuesdays.  We will begin next week discussing the book’s introduction—Our World: The Need for the Gospel, so goContinue reading “#RacialRec: Introducing “Bloodlines” and Trillia Newbell”