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A Few Words About Justice

Against the backdrop of various media reports concerning the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, and the subsequent manifold calls that his alleged killers be brought to justice, as a black Christian who has been following this developing story in background, I felt compelled...

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God’s Love For The Unlovable

Among the more misunderstood attributes of God is His love. Admittedly, God's attributes are innumerable. God is infinite. So it stands to reason that His nature cannot fully be comprehended by our finite and limited faculties. Nonetheless, I would venture to say that...

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After the Love is Gone

I have a thing for sad love songs. There, I said it. Sad love songs tend to provide insight into the nature of the human condition in ways that nothing else does. One of the saddest love songs ever written, in my opinion, is When Did You Stop Loving Me, When Did I...

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The Danger of Discontentment

In 1985, Prince and The Revolution released the critically-acclaimed album Around the World in a Day. The album included two top-10 singles: “Raspberry Beret,” which peaked at number two in the United States, and “Pop Life,” which reached number seven. Though the...

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The Battlefield of the Mind

If I were to ask you where Jesus ranks among your life's priorities, what would be your response? Would your first impulse be to give a "spiritual" answer? That is, would you be inclined to say what you think you're supposed to say as a Christian? Or would you respond...

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The Era of the Angry Black Christian

Image credit: psmag.com As I write this, a line from the Prince song “1999” echoes in the recesses of my mind, “I was dreaming when I wrote this, forgive me if I go astray.” And though I’m not actually dreaming as I write this, I was awakened from my sleep with a...

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The Minds of Black Folk

In 1903, sociologist and civil rights activist William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, more commonly known as W.E.B. Du Bois, published his classic and widely-respected work The Souls of Black Folk. The book is a series of essays in which Du Bois leverages his own personal...

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The Christian’s Call To Purity

Lately, I've been ruminating on certain matters that are, or should be, in my opinion at least, of concern to professing evangelical Christians, but that seem to have gotten lost amidst the current climate of socio-political animus that exists, particularly within...

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