WHO SHALL SEPARATE US: UNITING THE SEGREGATED CHURCH
If the church in the United States is to come to terms with the lack of unity among the cultures in the social context, the impact on the spiritual welfare of the church will have long-lasting consequences regarding the health of society socially and spiritually. It is incumbent upon the church, therefore, to address the social issue of racial division and separation, to meet the mandate prescribed in the Great Commission. A small part of accomplishing this mandate is to better understand the nature of the racially divided phenomenon. In essence, the church must understand the importance of diversity within the culture of the church. "Who Shall Separate Us" explores the dynamics associated with the segregated church and offers insight into the phenomenon.
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