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Year B Proper 7: partial Christianity and false peace
On Wednesday of last week, in a city a few hours from here, Loretta Lynch was finally sworn in as Attorney General, the first African American woman to hold the position. During the ceremony, she used a bible that had … Continue reading
Posted in sermon Tagged Charleston, Frederick Douglass, Jesus calms the storm, Job 38:1-11, Mark 4:35-41, Mother Emanuel AME Church, racism 1 Comment