Category: Gospel

Is the Gospel No Longer Enough for Black Christians?

Located on one of the most historic streets in the United States, particularly for black Americans, Auburn Avenue in downtown Atlanta, stands the venerable Big Bethel AME Church. “Big Bethel”, as it is affectionately and reverently known, was founded in 1847, the same year educator and abolitionist Frederick Douglass began publishing his anti-slavery newspaper The

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How ‘Woke Theology’ is Weakening the Black Church

“The business of Christianity is not simply to make us feel happier or even to make us live a better life, it is to reconcile us to God.”  – D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones There is a movement afoot, particularly within black evangelical circles, to extol, if not exalt, social justice as the raison d’etre, that is, the

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Your Marriage Is Designed To Kill You (figuratively speaking, of course)

It is a subject that has been – and continues to be – talked about to infinity and back. That subject is marriage. More specifically, how to have a ‘happy marriage’ (with ‘happy’ being open to interpretation). It is interesting in today’s ever-changing social milieu that marriage, despite its myriad definitions, is still viewed by many as a

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