Theological reflections on race and/or reconciliation
This blog consists of posts, and responses to posts, which are theological in nature. That is, materials which refer to biblical texts, sermons, lectures or broader theological arguments focusing on issues of race and/or reconciliation.
An appropriate example is the online feed of Prof. James Cone, Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Union Theological Seminary, delivery of the 2006 Ingersoll Lecture at Harvard Divinity School on October 19, 2006.
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