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The Death of a Race
David Theo Goldberg
by Blackwell Pub
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||300|
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THE DEATH OF RACE: BUILDING A NEW CHRISTIANITY IN A RACIAL WORLD By Brian Bantum Published by Fortress Press, pages, $ In The Death of Race: Building a New Christianity in a Racial World. An extraordinary account of how a small Texas town struggled to come to grips with its racist past in the aftermath of the brutal murder of James Byrd, June 7, , a forty-nine-year-old black man named James Byrd, Jr., was chained to the bumper of a truck and dragged three miles.
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Are you an Cited by: 1. In The Death of Race: Building a New Christianity in a Racial World Brian Bantum alerts the reader to two critical theological truths: that God is a God of words, and; that being human is a journey of sorting out what those words mean in the world.
Words can illumine points of difference, create barriers, and usher in opportunity for relational richness. "Brian Bantum has given us a stunning book on race, identity, and Christian faith. This elegantly written and theologically rich text is one for the ages. Part memoir, part studied theological treatise, The Death of Race is a gift that should be placed in the hands of students from 15 to Already one of the country's leading scholars on race.
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In The Death of Race, Bantum argues that our attempts to heal racism will not succeed until we address what gives rise to racism in the first place: a fallen understanding of our bodies that sees difference as something to resist, defeat, or subdue.
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Instead, this book operates as what Critical Race Theory calls a “counternarrative” or “counter-story” to present this little Black girl raising her hands to answer a question in class, to reach a book on a shelf, to block a basketball shot, to embrace a loved one who picks her up when she falls.
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