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A Credible Witness - A Book Review

Featured on March 2, 2020

Early in the introduction to A Credible Witness: Reflections On Power, Evangelism and Race, Brenda Salter McNeil asserts that evangelism and reconciliation are inseparable. She sees them as “two sides of the same coin.” McNeil...

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    “The masters could not bring water to boil, harness a horse or strap their own drawers without us. We were better than them. We had to be. Sloth was literal death for us, while for them it was the whole ambition of their lives. Bored...

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