Racism's Flimsy Excuses and Weak Defenses (Pack of 5)Tract-0450
Racism's Flimsy Excuses and Weak Defenses (Pack of 5)
A generation after the Brown school desegregation decision (1954), the Civil Rights Act (1964), and the Voting Rights Act (1965), racial discrimination continues. Pew Research Center reported that most Americans say race relations are bad; seven in ten say things are getting worse.
Legislation and awareness help, but hearts are changed by the gospel. The Bible is powerful (Romans 1:16), but it must be taught to have an impact (John 6:44-45). Today's Christians, churches, and preachers may not have dealt with racism enough.