Racial and ethnic minorities have much to learn form existing theology, but new methods of doing theology are also needed to answer today's questions.
Any time you see an organization with the words "African American" in the title, you may be tempted to think that this group speaks for all Black people. This, however, is not the case. I have the privilege of serving as the co-founder and president of the Reformed African American Network (RAAN). This ministry … Continue reading Not the Voice, the Microphone
Although all true Christians share a common heritage of faith, there are many branches of believers. I inhabit a particular corner of Christianity called "Reformed." The term comes from the historic Reformation of the 16th century and is characterized by several distinctive truths. I didn't grow up Reformed. I had never heard of it until … Continue reading We Are Family: What African Americans Bring to Reformed Theology