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Let Justice Roll Down Paperback – June, 1976
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After you read this book, pick up Divided by Faith by Emerson and Smith. The best way to understand institutional sin is by listening to communities that are negatively impacted by the system. Redemption is only attained through Christ, who calls his people together so that we can understand how deep and whole our sin can go. Listening to others as a community is the first step toward that redemption.
I think few whites (myself included) really understand or attempt to grasp the inhumane nature of post-civil war American racism. The truth is that the majority culture is generally blind to what it really means to live as a minority in any culture, let alone as a minority towards whom the majority has maliciously persecuted. The tentacles of which malice have formed intentionally or not the very system of "blind justice" which many times continues to entrench the divide between the two for decades more.
All of this and also the underlying belief that true unity and reconciliation are bound up in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. That God's love is the final slayer of the sin of racism among any people.
This is a great read.
A very humble and wise man, who still speaks and writes today. I admire the man and the faith he has in Our Lord.
A super read!
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