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"With trained head and tender heart the author enters the domain of the reader just as a physician enters the examining room. He responds to disturbing questions by giving biblical and practical prescriptions for help and healing."
—Sheila M. Bailey, President, E. K. Bailey Ministries, Dallas
"I don't believe anyone could read this book without being compellingly affected. If you miss any other book this year, don't miss this one."
—Paige Patterson, President, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
"Redmond gingerly affirms the black man while taking biblical truths to dispel myths surrounding the church. Men, keep this evangelistic tool in your pocket!"
—Monique Robinson, Pastor of Women's Discipleship, Faithful Central Bible Church, Inglewood, California; Author of Longing for Daddy
Eric C. Redmond is senior pastor of Reformation Alive Baptist Church in Temple Hills, Maryland, and assistant professor of Bible and theology at Washington Bible College. He is a member of the Gospel Coalition and served as Second Vice-president of the Southern Baptist Convention in 2007–2008. He has contributed chapters to Glory Road: The Journeys of 10 African-Americans into Reformed Christianity and Don't Call It a Comeback: The Old Faith for a New Day.
The author never really answers the question, "Where are all the Brothers?" It is a rhetorical flourish that leads into his evangelizing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert
A great read, much needed not just for African American Male's, but for any man running from the Church, very helpful planning on purchasing copies to distribute to friends &... Read morePublished 3 months ago by kevin james kensie
This is an awesome book. While short and compact... it carries a big punch! This is an apologetics book for a neglected populace of Christ's Church. Read morePublished 13 months ago by JWBII
Where Are All the Brothers was not at all what I expected. I thought it might be just another man bashing book, but boy was I wrong. Read morePublished on March 23, 2010 by M. Croston
I am still trying to grasp this whole concept of the missing Black men in church...Published on February 23, 2010 by Christie L. Thomas