By Shai Linne | GospelCoalition.org
Published in June of 2020
SUMMARY: A raw, openhearted reply by a Black American man after he is asked how he is doing after seeing another Black American man killed at the hands of a cop.
KEY QUOTE: “This is about how being a black man in America has shaped both the way I see myself and the way others have seen me my whole life. It’s about having what feels like genuine fellowship with my white brothers and sisters who share the same Reformed theology—until I mention racism, injustice, or police brutality, at which point I’m looked at skeptically as if I embrace a ‘;social gospel’ or am some kind of ‘liberal’ or ‘social justice warrior.’”
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