A Black Woman's Take on the Constitution and Faith
A Black Woman’s Take on the Constitution and Faith is a racialial memoir of how I questioned my faith in light of race. I had to look the elephant of racism - in the eye - and ask the question: Did our founding fathers really frame our government upon biblical principles, and if so, did God sanction slavery, and does He support racism and white supremacy? I wanted to know how the Constitution could be based upon biblical principles, when 5 out of the 7 founding fathers were slave owners. And since they were, how can I, as a Black woman of Choctaw descent, take the Constitution or the Bible seriously?
That and many other elephant-sized questions are answered in this 56-page turner which will not only build your faith, but lovingly educate our white sisters and brothers in Christ on their role of bridging the cultural Christian constitutional gap.