Privilege, Prayer, & Perspective – At Gunpoint

By Peter M. Antoci At 5:50 a.m. on Memorial Day, I was still asleep in my bed, blissfully unaware that the day had already begun. I was unaware that the sun was up, that the birds were chirping, and that three armed, African-American teenagers were shelteri... Read More...

The Color of the Godhead

Is It Time to Remove Images of the White Jesus From Churches? By Pamela A. Lewis "So tell me," began the tastefully dressed, middle-aged woman, to whom I had just been introduced at a church social event, "... Read More...

Blood of the Black Christ, Shed for All

By Christopher Wells All right, I was colored. It was fine. I did not know enough to be afraid or to anticipate in a concrete manner. True, I had heard that colored people were killed and beaten, but so far it... Read More...

White Christian Fallacies

By Stewart Clem Every Christian I know believes that racism is a sin. Yes, there are some who claim the title “Christian” while espousing white nationalism, but I’m not personally acquainted with any of them. They are a fringe minority. The Christians I kno... Read More...