When I think of Black Church activism, aside from Martin King Jr, I think of Richard Allen, Morris Brown, Nat Turner, Benjamin Hooks, Fred Shuttlesworth, Leon Sullivan, and many others. There is indeed a long list of black men and women known and unknown who have shared thier love for Christ and His liberating gospel through acts of social justice. Today's black church is being forced to choose a side in the political sphere where both candidates are immoral at best and whites brothers and sisters are unsure of how to react to the racism of their own color. Does the black church owe a committment to this country that forced it to exist in the first place? Should black pastors demand their members to be liberated politically and unify for the purpose of black identity? Join Pastor Neal as he discusses this and other topics on Zera Today
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