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Piper: My Hopeful Response to Lecrae Pulling Away from ‘White Evangelicalism’
Lecrae’s decision has roots. And it has fruit.
1 in 3 American Evangelicals Is a Person of Color
But study of 101,000 people across 50 states discovers denominations make a big difference.
Louis Farrakhan’s Jesus Is Not Our Jesus
Experts say don’t be misled by Nation of Islam’s Christian references—on Facebook or elsewhere.
Henry McNeal Turner: Church Planter, Politician, and Public Theologian
How America's first black army chaplain fought for freedom, justice, and democracy.
How Christians Can Combat Racism Theologically After Charlottesville
A pair of scholars bring up a new and old approach.
Cover Story: Facing Our Legacy of Lynching
How a memorial could help lead America—and Christians—to repentance from a dark history.
What Young Black Women Need from Their Black Brothers—and the Church
African American women still face significant challenges in their relationships with men.
Finally, Jackie Robinson’s Faith Is Getting the Attention It Deserves
Two books shine a long-overdue spotlight on the Christian convictions of the man who broke baseball’s color barrier.
Melvin Banks Had a Dream
An interview with the founder of the largest African American Christian publishing house.
Southern Baptists Approve Alternate Resolution Against the Alt-Right
Confusion over scope and severity of white supremacist movement likely led the SBC to skip initial condemnation.
Jarena Lee
Trailblazing African American Preacher and 'self-made' woman.
Pew: Black Protestants Show Strongest Support for Paid Maternity Leave
A look into Christian views on paid leave and how the church can help new parents.
This Black Pastor Led a White Church—in 1788
The remarkable tenure and steadfast faithfulness of Lemuel Haynes.
'Get Out' Locks Our Gaze on Racism’s Horror
Jordan Peele's groundbreaking directorial debut challenges us to see racial sin with clear eyes.
Black Churches Matter: Research Ties Attendance to Positive Outcomes
African Americans who worship regularly are better able to handle racism and discrimination.
'Moonlight' Is a Flawed, But Rewarding Exercise in Christian Empathy
The Oscar favorite's portrayal of black, gay experience is at odds with a biblical sexual ethic—but for some, it might be worth the discomfort.
The Painful Questions about Genetics and Race Subscriber access only
Mistrust of medicine clouds possibility of treatment for sickle-cell.
Challenging the Narrative: How Race Complicates the Latest LifeWay Debate
Black Southern Baptists weigh in on the issues around removing Sho Baraka’s album.
How Black and White Christians Do Discipleship Differently
Survey: African Americans value spiritual formation in community, while whites prefer the opposite.
Three Urban Alternatives to Christianity
Where many African Americans turned after finding organized religion lacking.