Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Repair
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Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Repair

Brazos Press / 2021 / Hardcover

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A compelling theological and historical case for the American Christian church's responsibility to repair its racial rift with Black brothers and sisters. Kwon and Thompson examine attitudes of white supremacy, bring to bear the Bible's teachings on repentance and restitution, and present concrete and creative ways to make reparation at the local level. 256 pages, hardcover from Brazos.

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Title: Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Repair
By: Duke L. Kwon, Gregory Thompson
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Brazos Press
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound 2 ounces
ISBN: 1587434504
ISBN-13: 9781587434501
Stock No: WW434506

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Christianity Today 2022 Book Award Winner (Politics & Public Life)

Outreach 2022 Resource of the Year (Social Issues and Justice)

Foreword INDIES 2021 Finalist for Religion

"Kwon and Thompson's eloquent reasoning will help Christians broaden their understanding of the contemporary conversation over reparations."--Publishers Weekly

"A thoughtful approach to a vital topic."--Library Journal

Christians are awakening to the legacy of racism in America like never before. While public conversations regarding the realities of racial division and inequalities have surged in recent years, so has the public outcry to work toward the long-awaited healing of these wounds. But American Christianity, with its tendency to view the ministry of reconciliation as its sole response to racial injustice, and its isolation from those who labor most diligently to address these things, is underequipped to offer solutions. Because of this, the church needs a new perspective on its responsibility for the deep racial brokenness at the heart of American culture and on what it can do to repair that brokenness.

This book makes a compelling historical and theological case for the church's obligation to provide reparations for the oppression of African Americans. Duke Kwon and Gregory Thompson articulate the church's responsibility for its promotion and preservation of white supremacy throughout history, investigate the Bible's call to repair our racial brokenness, and offer a vision for the work of reparation at the local level. They lead readers toward a moral imagination that views reparations as a long-overdue and necessary step in our collective journey toward healing and wholeness.

Christians are awakening to the legacy of racism in America like never before. Reparations explores the church's responsibility for the deep racial brokenness at the heart of American culture, investigates the Bible's call to repair it, and offers a vision for the work of reparation at the local level. The authors lead readers toward a moral imagination that views reparations as a long-overdue and necessary step in our collective journey toward healing and wholeness.

This book won a Christianity Today 2022 Book Award (Politics & Public Life) and an Outreach 2022 Resource of the Year Award (Social Issues and Justice). It was also a Foreword INDIES 2021 Finalist for Religion.

"Kwon and Thompson's eloquent reasoning will help Christians broaden their understanding of the contemporary conversation over reparations."--Publishers Weekly

Author Bio

Duke L. Kwon (MDiv, ThM, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) is the lead pastor at Grace Meridian Hill in Washington, DC. He is active in public conversations around race, equity, and racial repair in the American church.

Gregory Thompson (PhD, University of Virginia) serves as executive director of Voices Underground (an initiative to build a national memorial to the Underground Railroad), research fellow in African American heritage at Lincoln University (HBCU), and visiting theologian for mission at Grace Mosaic Church in Washington, DC.

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