Repost: Grace and Race

A post from 2013. I sure loves me some Maria Dixon. Dixon is a Methodist and decided to share he thoughts about the whole Paula Deen affair and decided to take Progressive Christians to task for their selective grace: When it comes to discussing race, progressives have little tolerance for intolerance–past or present. We throw... Continue Reading →

Symbols, Actions and American Racism

In 1979, I was 10 years old and in fifth grade.  One of my favorite television shows during that time and well into the 80s, was the Dukes of Hazzard.  Being a car guy even then, I was fascinated by the bright orange 1969 Dodge Charger driving through the Georgia backwoods. It didn't hurt that... Continue Reading →

Stay With Us

I wrote this for our church blog last week after hearing the news about the shootings at Emmanuel AME. I'm not one that says much, in that way, I'm a lot like my Dad. But this week's slayings at Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina left me without words. A young man was welcomed... Continue Reading →

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