Tag Archives: Racial Reconciliation

Why Do So Many White Evangelicals Fear Becoming a Minority?

Population demographics are interesting things. At one time there were no white people on this continent, then there were a few, and then the population of what would become the United States became majority white. Now the numbers are shifting … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Color of Your Skin

[Archived post, updated.] It has been more than 50 years since the March on Washington where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gave his speech with the famous repeating line “I Have a Dream.” I was only three years old in … Continue reading

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Racial Reconciliation, One Ordination Day At A Time

[Today’s guest post is from Adriana Kassner Cunningham, who blogs at Classical Quest, where she touches on fine literature and the fineness of a family campfire, the simplicity of a woodland walk and the wonder of the written word. This is her … Continue reading

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