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- Brice, Tanya Smith,
- 218 pages : illustrations; 23 cm
- Bibliography (note)
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Advancing the national conversation on race among Churches of Christ: introduction / Tanya Smith Brice -- 1968 and the reshaping of the separation between black and white Churches of Christ / Douglas A. Foster -- The wall that divides: mission and race relations in the Churches of Christ, 1967-1970 / Brad McKinnon -- The gospel is for all? The problem of universality in J.M. McCaleb's views on missions and race / Yukikazu Obata -- People of faith at the racial barricades: Little Rock, Arkansas 1957 / John Mark Tucker -- Reflections on civil rights and the white Churches of Christ / Richard T. Hughes -- Unveiling radical love: a theological reflection on radical love in the age of Ferguson / Stanley Talbert -- The church must no longer be silent about racism in America / Lawrence W. Rodgers -- Well water: John 4:1-15 / Jerry Taylor -- Seeking higher ground: bringing to light microaggressions that impede progress on the road to the beloved community / William Lofton Turner -- The art of scapegoating and the hard work of a more lasting change / David Fleer -- The centered church / Don McLaughlin -- Wednesday work: a conflict manager's thoughts on pilgrimage towards reconciliation / Phyllis Hildreth.
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- Sc E 17-899
Reconciliation reconsidered : advancing the national conversation on race in Churches of Christ / edited by Tanya Smith Brice.
Abilene, Texas : Abilene Christian University Press, 
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Includes bibliographical references.
"A broad racial divide mars Churches of Christ, and courageous leaders from across the United States have joined together to listen to one another. Rather than adopt a posture of resignation, they have met for honest, God-honoring conversation." - back cover
- Added Author
Brice, Tanya Smith, editor.
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Sc E 17-899