On Being Black and Reformed: A new Perspective on the African-American Christian Experience
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  • 153 Pages
  • Publisher: P&R Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • ISBN: SCARTEANJONBEINGBLACKANDREFOR9780875527956

On Being Black and Reformed: A new Perspective on the African-American Christian Experience

Carter, Anthony J.

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Listen to The Testimony of Anthony J. Carter. (Sermon Audio)

Read an interview with Anthony Carter at Ligonier Ministries. (Ligonier)


Publisher's Description

How can an African-American consciousness and Reformed theology benefit each other? Where was God in the Atlantic Slave Trade? How does Christianity triumph among people historically oppressed in part by the church itself? Anthony Carter brings positive, informed responses to such questions, thereby enriching our understanding and furthering racial reconciliation. John Piper comments, "When I met Anthony Carter several years ago, I detected a rigorous mind, a righteous concern for racial justice, and a Reformed vision of God-a rare combination. Since then I have wanted to be a listener. Now this book makes that easier. May the Lord of nations use it to shape a powerful movement of God-centered Christians from all peoples who have tasted suffering."

About the Author

Anthony J. Carter is cofounder of the Black Alliance for Reformed Theology, its director of ministry, and editor of its online journal, Vinedresser. He is assistant pastor for preaching and teaching at Southwest Christian Fellowship in Atlanta.

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Listen to The Testimony of Anthony J. Carter. (Sermon Audio)

Read an interview with Anthony Carter at Ligonier Ministries. (Ligonier)


Publisher's Description

How can an African-American consciousness and Reformed theology benefit each other? Where was God in the Atlantic Slave Trade? How does Christianity triumph among people historically oppressed in part by the church itself? Anthony Carter brings positive, informed responses to such questions, thereby enriching our understanding and furthering racial reconciliation. John Piper comments, "When I met Anthony Carter several years ago, I detected a rigorous mind, a righteous concern for racial justice, and a Reformed vision of God-a rare combination. Since then I have wanted to be a listener. Now this book makes that easier. May the Lord of nations use it to shape a powerful movement of God-centered Christians from all peoples who have tasted suffering."

About the Author

Anthony J. Carter is cofounder of the Black Alliance for Reformed Theology, its director of ministry, and editor of its online journal, Vinedresser. He is assistant pastor for preaching and teaching at Southwest Christian Fellowship in Atlanta.

  • Cover Type:
  • 153 Pages
  • Publisher: P&R Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • ISBN: SCARTEANJONBEINGBLACKANDREFOR9780875527956