Faith and Justice, Part One

“in the early decades of the century, white southerners had stolen reconstruction from the Negro and given him Jesus instead”   Charles Marsh From 1877 until 1965 Blacks and whites in the South lived in a segregated society kept in place by Jim Crow laws, cultural norms, and fear.  Blacks and Whites read the same BibleContinue reading “Faith and Justice, Part One”

Faith and Justice: Introduction

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Woodmere Art Museum “I lift up my eyes to the hills.    From where does my help come?2 My help comes from the Lord,    who made heaven and earth? Psalm 121:1-2 I have lifted up my eyes unto the hills every morning of my retreat in the North Georgia mountains. The natural world has always been my place of contemplation andContinue reading “Faith and Justice: Introduction”