“What do you think Jesus looks like?” asked the pastor who was leading the baptismal study. I said something like, “He has long hair and a beard and wears a robe.” The straightness of his hair was more or less … Continue reading White Pastor, Black Theology
Have you ever wondered why there’s virtually no media coverage of the economic concerns of the Black Working Class? Or the political concerns of Black Evangelicals? Where’s the focus groups and panel discussions giving vent to the concerns of Black … Continue reading LINGUISTIC REVOLUTION: the creative democratization of definitions
The year 1968 marked the end of the Civil Rights Movement of the 20th Century. Through the blood, sweat and tears of African-Americans and their allies, much was accomplished during this era. Medgar Evers, James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner, Viola Liuzzo, … Continue reading Confronting Colorblind Christianity By Joel A. Bowman, Sr.