They're now changing black attitudes more than white ones. But is that bad?
Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra
Multiracial churches—congregations in which less than 80 percent belongs to a single racial group—are supposed to demonstrate the unity of the church for the sake of the gospel. They're also supposed to bring "common understanding of issues across race, which can in turn lead to real change in racial issues," according to Michael O. Emerson, sociologist and provost at North Park University near Chicago. And at first, they did.... continue reading >>