"Advocacy from the Pulpit: Have Preachers Lost the Edge for Activism"
For many years, the church and its Pastor have been considered the nucleus of communities. Church leaders have been the civic tradition that nurtures a sense of charity for the poor and an active engagement in political life. Although black religious traditions had different ideas about how to challenge racial inequalities in American lives, there seems to be a consensus about the need for churches to be more engaged in community outreach and to be involved, in some way, even in political matters. Should pastors be more involved in civic and political matters? Or should the rules of separation of church and state apply?
These and other questions will be addressed on this episode of Real World News Radio on Tuesday, June 7, 2016, at 5:30pm PDT/8:30pm EDT.
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