The African religious imagination already anticipates Christ.
Ernest Cleo Grant Ii
It's ironic that as I crossed the Walt Whitman Bridge to attend an urban apologetics conference in Philadelphia I encountered the very religious pluralism that makes conferences such as these a necessity. As my weathered SUV pulled up to the stoplight, I could see the Marcus Garvey—inspired Pan-African flag pirouetting in the wind, and I could hear the amplified, yet muffled, sound of a man's raspy voice through a bullhorn. continue reading >>