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In Finding Soul Brothers: Dismantling Black Christian Racialism, former journalist Pamela G. Wilson challenges fellow African-American Christians to depart from longstanding social and political patterns based on race. Instead, she argues, they should assume a faith-based agenda, which would more closely align with their spiritual beliefs. Though African-Americans are the demographic most likely to be involved in "religious" beliefs and practices, studies indicate that only one percent of African-Americans have practical views and actions that align with the Bible. This book shows the reader how to reconcile contradictions in spiritual beliefs and practical decisions. It will also help all Christian leaders build unity within the church.
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