United by Faith

"Sunday morning is the most racially segregated hour in America,” the saying goes, and most pastors are well aware that it is true. Many would agree with this book’s claim that “Christian congregations, when possible, should be multiracial,” a claim that rests in part on the premise that multiracial congregations can play an important role in reducing racial division and inequality.

 

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