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Darrell B. Harrison

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November 18, 2017

A Christianity So “Cool”, It’s To Die For

You will forgive my tardiness, but only a few days ago did I come across an article published earlier this month on the website Vice.com entitled: Meet the Woke Young People Trying to Make Christianity Cool Again. It profiles four ‘woke’…
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Current Events
October 25, 2017

Why Racism Isn’t Wrong

In surveying the current socio-cultural landscape in America, it seems increasing numbers of individuals are either identifying as social justice activists or aspire to be one. What began with the protestations of one individual over perceived systemic “racial” injustices being…
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Ethnicity/Culture
September 23, 2017

The Struggle for Social Justice is a Struggle for Ourselves

There is great emphasis being placed today by Christian social justice activists on remediating the adverse effects of historical and contemporary injustices, particularly as it relates to its generational impact on people of color in America. I will speak more…
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Current Events
September 6, 2017

A Social Savior

“Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.” John 1:29 As I continue to scan the landscape of Christian social justice activism, that is, social justice-labeled activities that are said to be carried out “in…
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Ethnicity/Culture
August 23, 2017

How Woke Theology is Weakening the Black Church

  “The business of Christianity is not simply to make us feel happier or even to make us live a better life, it is to reconcile us to God.” D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones There is a movement afoot, particularly within black…
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Ethnicity/Culture
August 16, 2017

Is the Gospel No Longer Enough For Black Christians

Located on one of the most historic streets in the United States, particularly for black Americans, Auburn Avenue in downtown Atlanta, stands the venerable Big Bethel AME Church. “Big Bethel”, as it is affectionately and reverently known, was founded in…
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