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Hill talks confronting how whiteness shapes how he views the world and calls on other White Christians to embark on their own racial and cultural journey.
Five White professors who dressed as rappers for a campus photo shoot months ago are not racist and faced no disciplinary action, according to the president of the Texas seminary where they teach.
This is the Letter From the Editor published in Faithfully Magazine No. 2, written by founder and editor Nicola A. Menzie. It also includes a short message from Katelyn Beatty, guest editor for the cover story "Whiteness Is Crippling the…
At 33, Walter R. Strickland II has become one of the Southern Baptist Convention’s youngest nominees for first vice president. He talks with Faithfully Magazine about the significance of his nomination, a new book project and more.
Not only does "Rescuing Jesus" shed light on what it means to be “progressive," but it also helps frame critical frustrations of the dominant White Church.
FUTUREGEN, AMP’s third full-length project, is an impressively honest call to live on mission despite our struggles and many failures.
Reach Records mainstay Trip Lee stays true to his Christian roots and paints a vivid picture of life as a believer on earth with his new mixtape, "The Waiting Room."
On his new album, Christian hip-hop artist and recovery minister Dusty Marshall speaks about the challenges he and his wife faced with the birth of their special-needs daughter.
The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez is perhaps one of the most influential Evangelical leaders in the United States, particularly when it comes to representing the interests of Hispanic communities.