Mending Race Relations on the Home Front Before Going Global; America’s churches divided by race, give way to tensions
Contact: Sean Brantley, 301-809-5559, firstname.lastname@example.org
LONGWOOD, Fla., Sept. 4 /Christian Newswire/ -- Although it preaches love and fairness, the church in America remains largely segregated across racial lines. Sean Brantley, author of Race Done Right: An Invitation to a Racial Reformation ($10.99, paperback, 1-60034-242-6; $18.99, hardcover, 1-60034-243-4), invites you to take a look at where we’ve gone wrong and what we can do to get our churches back on the fast track to success. Race relations are a global concern, but Brantley says mending and healing must begin with God’s people before it can take hold. He calls for a racial reformation in light of racism’s pervasive influence.
“The examples in the book are from contemporary issues affecting the culture today,” says Brantley. “These issues have divided the church and the culture. Thus, the book helps guide the Christian and the non-Christian in solving this important issue concerning race.”
Brantley cites his undergraduate, graduate, and Master of Divinity studies as invaluable tools in his ability to relate to readers. This gripping book reaches Americans at a time when love and acceptance are desperately needed. Many wonder why the church has lost its moral authority, but do churchgoers actively demonstrate their love for other Christians who are not of the same race? Says Brantley, “Those who read this book will be reminded why Christians must work together across racial lines. This is utterly necessary if social and cultural change is to occur in America and around the world.”
Sean Brantley is president and founder of Radical Renaissance, Inc. He is a member of Woodstream Church in Mitchellville, Maryland, where he serves as a ministry leader. Sean and his wife Wyndy reside in suburban Washington, D.C., with their children.
Xulon Press is the world’s largest Christian publisher, with more than 2,700 titles published to date. Retailers may order Race Done Right through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.
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