Teaching White Sin, Black Skin: Toward a Christian Antiracism Pedagogy in the Era of Mass Incarceration

By Willie Dwayne Francois III The Problem More than individual acts of discrimination, White racism persists as a form of power that works beneath the consciousness of human subjects[1], regardless Continue Reading

Pastoral Prophetic Preaching: A Spiritual and Cultural Hermeneutic for Prophetic Speech

Sunday, September 20, 2015, I preached as the pastoral candidate of the Historic Shiloh Baptist Church of Alexandria, Virginia. The sermon was entitled “It Doesn’t Make Sense,” taken from Job Continue Reading

Sabbath Rest: A Theological Response to Self-Care for African American Clergy

Introduction On Saturday, March 30, 2019, the San Francisco Bay Area faith community and the community-at-large suffered a tremendous loss. At 7 pm that evening, the Very Reverend James V. Continue Reading