A Black Church Ecclesiology: Eschatological Activism

In America we were introduced to a version of “christianity” that taught that only White people have the right to push for a better existence for themselves on earth.

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In America we were introduced to a version of “christianity” that taught that only White people have the right to push for a better existence for themselves on earth.

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Written by Jimmy Butts

Jimmy is a pastor at Forest Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky. He has focused on ministering to African-American men who adhere to non-Christian Black religions for over 10 years. Jimmy has served the Jenkins Center for the Christian Understanding of Islam at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary as an intern and student associate.

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