NEXT CLASS : February 18
As a premier Christian theologian and progenitor of Black Liberation
theology, James H. Cone makes a bold declaration that the Christian
imagination is lacking, if it cannot see the connection between the Cross of
Christ and the experience of lynching in the Jim Crow South. As he explores
the “race crisis in America,” he challenges the faithful to stand against
slavery, segregation, and lynching.
His incisive analysis juxtaposes these two symbols – the cross of Calvary
with the Jim Crow era’s lynching tree. Join us for the next book study as
we explore this writing in Conversations on Race, 18 February 2020 at 6:30
P.M. It promises to offer a stimulating dialogue! Even if you haven’t read
it, please feel free to join us!