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It's Not All Black and White

White Lies, Black Excuses, and God's Heart for Reconciliation
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George Floyd. Looting, burning and rioting. Black Lives Matter marches from Portland, Oregon, to Portland, Maine. Civil unrest.

The unprecedented events of 2020 have sparked a renewed national conversation about race and forced many of us to recognize that racism continues to exist--even in a country that has made tremendous strides toward equality over the last fifty years.

In It's Not All Black and White, authors Ron and Rachel Archer and Stephen Arterburn, aim straight for the heart. This spiritually transformational book provides a path for making important changes in the way we interact with people who don't look like us. It begins with what each of us--whether we are black or white--can do internally before taking action externally.

To that end, the authors help readers discover their personal "blind spots" and confront what they call the "white lies" and "black excuses" that have brought this country to a tipping point.

It's Not All Black and White not only provides a path for healing, but shines a light for each individual, church, and community to view race relations from a higher perspective.

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    Product Specs
    • SKU: 9781684511860
    • Manufacturer: Salem Books
    • Author: Stephen Arterburn
    • Author: Ron Archer
    • ISBN 13: 9781684511860
    • Publication Date: 09/01/2021
    • Format: Paperback
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