Unreconciled From Racial Reconciliation to Racial Justice in Christian Evangelicalism /

In the 1990s, many Evangelical Christian organizations and church leaders began to acknowledge their long history of racism and launched efforts at becoming more inclusive of people of color. While much of this racial reconciliation movement has not directly confronted systemic racism's structu...

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Main Author: Smith, Andrea, 1966- (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Durham : Duke University Press, 2019.
Series:Book collections on Project MUSE.
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Table of Contents:
  • From Chitlins to caviar: evangelical multiculturalism
  • 'We don't have a skin problem, we have a sin problem.' Racial reconciliation & the permanency of racism
  • Multiple logics of white supremacy
  • The biopolitics of Christian persecution
  • The racialization of religion: Islamaphobia and Christian Zionism
  • Decolonization in unexpected places
  • No permanent friends and enemies
  • Women of color Evangelical theologies
  • Between black lives matter and Donald Trump.