"Reconciliation Blues: A Black Evangelical's Inside View of White Christianity" by Edward Gilbreath

Friday, 31 Aug 2007

Reconciliation Blues is an autobiographical look into the state of racial reconciliation in American Christianity. For over a decade, journalist Edward Gilbreath interviewed many of the key leaders in racial reconciliation. In his latest book he turns the art of interviewing upon himself. The outcome is a compelling personal look at the way evangelicals thoughtlessly perpetuate racial inequalities, stereotypes, and prejudices. Philip Yancey's description of Ed Gilbreath as a "gentle prophet" fits the tenor of Reconciliation Blues. This is not an angry, judgmental book that shouts at white evangelicals from a distance. ...

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