Book Review: Forgive Us

Confessions of a Compromised Faith  Authors: Mae Elise Cannon, Lisa Sharon Harper, Troy Jackson, and Soong-Chan Rah Why I picked up this book: I received this book from my publisher, Zondervan, because I share a similar concern and passion for biblical justice like its authors. Who Should Read Forgive Us: This academic resource is forContinue reading “Book Review: Forgive Us”

#RacialRec: American Indian Reflections

I begin this post with a CONFESSION to American Indians. I confess not because I have directly sinned against them by taking their land, breaking lawful governmental treaties, imposing sickness and diseases, ravishing their women, robbing their men of their manhood and purposeful work, erasing their cultural heritage and languages, or by destroying the hopeContinue reading “#RacialRec: American Indian Reflections”

#RacialRec: A Honest Look in the Mirror

As I typed the response for yesterday’s post and reread our exchange, I found myself wrestling with some hard questions. My response called for confession, while Trillia’s response called for us to love our neighbors. I stopped for a minute and asked myself, “We do know that already, don’t we?” Most Christians I know understandContinue reading “#RacialRec: A Honest Look in the Mirror”