A church in flames against the backdrop of night is a strong and evocative image. The tension swirling around the recent rash of Southern church fires in the US is understandable, given the history of terrorism against African American churches. The most recent fire at Mt. Zion AME Church in Greeleyville is being investigated by […]
In this final segment of a 3-part series on the Image of God in the African American experience, we see how Christ gives us an identity realer than race.
In part of the Image of God and the African American experience we explore how slavery, Jim Crow Laws, and subtler forms of racism today diminished but did not destroy the image of God.
In the first part of a three-part series, RAAN President, Jemar Tisby, highlights the importance of the Image of God as a prominent teaching today.
Who was Mike Brown? Was he an upstanding young man with a promising future on his way to college? Or was he a criminal who disregarded authority and robbed a liquor store on the very night he was killed? The answer to both of those questions is “yes”. Mike Brown: Kid Next Door or Criminal? […]