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Race Relations

Should Christians Pay Reparations for Racial Injustices?

REVERT'S ROSTRUM

Casey Chalk

April 2021

The Church can engage in the work of racial reparations, but only while placing the project within a broader moral framework.

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I Am Not White

WHAT CONSTITUTES CULTURE ?

Thomas Storck

November 2018

Public discourse remains limited to material concerns, but what really differentiates human beings is culture, which is founded on religion.

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The Liberal as Graceless Pharisee

Anne Barbeau Gardiner

January 2006

Review of Flannery O'Connor and the Christ-Haunted South

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Religion & Race in the South

James J. Thompson Jr.

July August 1986

In 1986 the Alabama legislature voted to observe the third Monday of each year in commemoration of both General Lee and Martin Luther King Jr.

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