Social, cultural and political information which will set a context for conversations about issues of race and reconciliation
More specifically, this blog category seeks to provide social, cultural and political information which will set a context within which to have a conversation about issues of race and reconciliation within the broader society in which we live.
For the church, and/or churches, to be relevant, we must be in conversation with the wider cultural conversations, which are taking place around us.
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