Blog Posts on Racial Harmony
The Tragic Path of James Baldwin
James Baldwin, novelist, essayist, poet, was born August 2, 1924 and died November 30, 1987. From child evangelist in a store-front church in Harlem, to the front of TIME magazine as a dominant prophetic voice of the sixties, to a…Continue Reading
Racial Diversity in Hell
The difference between heaven and hell is not that heaven will be ethnically diverse and hell won’t be. Both will be diverse. All races and all ethnicities and all cultures will be present in hell.
The difference between heaven and…Continue Reading
The Black Poet as Prophet
Today is Langston Hughes's Birthday (1902-1967). He was one of the 20th century’s most notable African-American poets.
These two poems seem to catch the pilgrimage that has led to the White House. If he could have lived to see what…Continue Reading
Christianity Is the Best Explanation
How the “Fierce Caucasian-Gentile-Visigoths” Flunked
Noll Wisely Risks the Un-sensible
Just When You Die for Them, They Lynch Your Nephew
Agonizingly Both-And: God and Race as the Inauguration Approaches
The Birmingham Church Bombing
Today, 45 years ago, four little black girls were killed in the Birmingham church bombing.
Those were the days when black people could buy things at the stores, but they couldn’t use the restrooms, or sit at the lunch counters,…Continue Reading