Unfinished business

We live in a new racial time in the U.S., and we still lack adequate language to describe it and visions to inspire us. Forty years after the civil rights movement, fresh voices are desperately needed. With The Beloved Community, Charles Marsh, professor of religion at the University of Virginia, director of the Project on Lived Theology and author of the acclaimed God’s Long Summer: Stories of Faith and Civil Rights, makes a profound contribution to help us discern our way forward.


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