One Black Man’s Experience with White Evangelicalism

I have never used the word "evangelical" to describe myself or my faith. Yet ever since I first became a Christian in high school I have always been in or near evangelical institutions. On a social and demographic level these groups have invariably been predominantly white. I quickly learned that in the United States to … Continue reading One Black Man’s Experience with White Evangelicalism

Moving Beyond Graham’s Legacy: Raising the Bar on Evangelical Participation in Civil Rights

* This article originally appeared on The Witness: A Black Christian Collective 6/27/18 The late Billy Graham said in an Associated Press interview in 2005 that he wished he had done more for Civil Rights. He especially regretted not partnering with Martin Luther King, Jr. “I think I made a mistake when I didn’t go … Continue reading Moving Beyond Graham’s Legacy: Raising the Bar on Evangelical Participation in Civil Rights