SERMON: I Can’t Breathe

By Charlie Dates | Watch | 45m
Published in May of 2020

SUMMARY: A moving, impassioned sermon by Progressive Baptist Church’s (Chicago, IL) Charlie Dates who says that racism in America is a fundamental theological issue as some people don’t see that humans are unique and are created by God.

KEY QUOTE: “We human beings do not have a borrowed dignity. We do not have a conjured or manufactured significance. No we are not the inferior work of creation or the subjects of human power. We are not a creation of our imagination. Nor are we the constructs of depraved imagination. We human beings are something else. Something more wonderful. Something more striking. Something more glorious. We are the works of God’s own hands.”




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