Prejudice, in any of its many forms, is unacceptable by the Bible's standard. But how does that play out in the life of an average Christian? Some people are fortunate enough to be brought up in a home where prejudice is not an option, but others learn one lesson at a time. The Bible and the Black Man contains dozens of short stories, vignettes, and Bible studies to illustrate the biblical model of loving one's neighbor.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 174 Vendor: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN: 1602472459 ISBN-13: 9781602472457 Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours.
What do you believe? Why do you believe it? Do you know? Do you think for yourself, or do you simply accept what others say? In The Bible & the Black Man, author Roger Roberson guides us through the complex maze of relationships in a simple, easy to read and understandable style. Although the message is hard hitting and challenging, you will laugh time and again as he shares personal, often embarrassing, experiences. You may be able to relate to, 'That Little Red Thing at the Bottom of the Pool' or 'Oh, No It's Me ' There are no disappointments in The Bible & the Black Man, as Roger boldly claims that, everybody is somebody.