Are You Reading for Reconciliation Yet?
If you’re like me, you’re wondering how to learn more about how to “do” racial reconciliation better in the Church. That’s why I started reading books by various authors and ministries which practice the biblical mission of reconciliation. As reconcilers we must do all we can to stay educated and refreshed.
The links to other websites and nonfiction books below offer a wealth of reading information on racial issues from a biblical viewpoint. While you on this website, please be sure to read the reading for reconciliation blog posts.
Do you have ideas for more resources? I’d love to hear from you. Use my contact page to send me a message. Thanks.
- Christian Community Development Association
- Urban Ministry
- Erace Foundation
- Transracial Adoption of NC Triangle
- The Wardrobe and the White Tree
a long but not all-inclusive listing of biblical racial reconciliation non-fiction books and authors
- Dr. John M. Perkins has several books. I’ve listed some below
- Edward Gilbreath, Reconciliation Blues
- Chris P. Rice, co-author of More Than Equals
- Breaking Down Walls: A Model for Reconciliation in an Age of Racial Strife by Raleigh Washington and Glen Kehrein
- More Than Equals: Racial Healing for the Sake of the Gospel by Spencer Perkins & Chris Rice
- The Coming Race Wars?: A Cry for Reconciliation by William Pannell
- White to White on Black/White by Toni E. Weaver, Ph.D.
- How Black is the Gospel? by Tom Skinner
- Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil, Roadmap to Reconciliation
- Dr. Soong-Chan Rah, Many Colors
- Michael O. Emerson, Divided by Faith
- Dr. Curtiss Paul DeYoung, United by Faith
- Dr. Tony Evans, Oneness Embraced