Is God Colour-Blind?: Insights from Black Theology for Christian Faith and Ministry. New Edition with an afterword on why Black Lives Matter

Anthony G. Reddie

Format: Paperback / softback

Publisher: SPCK Publishing

Published: 16-07-2020

£12.99

Written by the UK’s leading Black theologian, this timely book shows how Christianity has been part of the problem and how Christians can now be part of the solution to all forms of racism, in both church and society.

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SKU: 9780281085231

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‘An incredible resource, earthed in academic rigour but packed to the gills with useful exercises that have been honed by reality and experience.’ Black Theology Commended as essential reading by reviewers, this insightful guide shows how Black theology makes a difference to Christian thought and practice. Full of Bible studies and practical exercises, here is a stimulating resource that encourages a new awareness of ourselves and others. This timely new edition includes a new afterword on the Black Lives Matter movement, and the difference it is making in the struggle for a society where we are all equally accepted and respected as God’s children. ‘Forges the wisdom of Black theology into a powerful tool for change – not just to the way we think but to how we live.’ Elaine Graham, Research Professor of Practical Theology, University of Chester ‘Theological institutions, ordinary people, preachers, worship leaders and house group facilitators should wrestle with this little volume.’ Methodist Recorder

Additional information

Dimensions 138 × 216 mm
Page Count 152