Black, brown, and white men would do well to listen to our marginalized evangelical sisters and sisters of color to learn the ways the intersection of race and gender subjects them to oppressive experiences in certain evangelical spaces.
Is Christianity really a white man’s religion? What do we do with the biblical passages that seem to condone slavery? How can African-Americans faithfully practice Christian faith in good conscience?
While the church is called to speak against all sin, is how we speak against it important? Rayshawn Graves answers this question while highlighting the recent backlash against Kim Burrell’s remarks on homosexuality.