A Survey of the Black Church in America: Exploring Its History, Ministry, and Unique Strengths

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If the Bible is allowed to be the standard by which blacks and whites determine truth, then freedom from this moral and racial malaise will be the outcome; for as Jesus taught, the truth has a unique capacity of making people free. Dr. Tony Evans

Respected and beloved pastor Tony Evans provides an accessible overview of black church history. Evans opens our eyes to the black presence in the Scriptures and takes a focused look at the uniqueness and place of the black church. Drawing from stories and historical events, Evans addresses the myth of black inferiority and looks at the rise of black evangelicalism. In addition, Evans faithfully interacts with movements such as Black Lives Matter, Critical Race Theory, and the 1619 Project.

This timely resource is for anyone seeking unity and understanding. In an age where division and confusion abound, Evans provides a divine, clear, kingdom-focused perspective.

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Weight0.7 lbs
Dimensions8.5 × 5.5 × 0.4 in
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Date Published

January 2, 2024

Format

Paperback

Language

English

Pages

240

Publisher

Moody Publishers

Year Published

2024

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