In this talk David Cloete presents a biblical understanding of race, racism and racialization, with reference to historical and sociological realities. Critiquing the concept of being colour-blind. This talk makes a biblical case for the necessity of seeing race in order to see poverty, injustice and oppression. And speaks to the of why must black people “always playing the race card”.
Church history from a distance is beautiful and shiny, filled with daring stories of brave acts of gospel courage and bold stands for truth in the face of opposition. From a distance, we catch glimpses of the great figures of the past, near perfect heroes who courageously stride across the pages of history with gospel...
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