The role of White Leaders in Challenging Racism in the Church

Posted: 26 October 2012

In a strongly argued response-piece in the Baptist Times, Dr Julian Gotobed, argues against the view that White church leaders espouse issues of racial justice out of motives of self-advancement. ‘Only Black and White Christians working together’, he concludes, ‘can achieve the eradication of racism in the church’. View the full story here

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