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Righteous anger isn’t easy

Anger is deceptive. When we think that our anger is righteous, we tend to see ourselves as superior to those who oppose us. It’s easy to consider your own anger to be righteous. It’s not so easy to feel that … Continue reading

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An experience at America’s “lynching memorial”

In Off the RACE Track I wrote about my wife and I gathering a few people to pray and ask for God’s forgiveness around the stump of the Rutherford County lynching tree (where blacks were hanged by white mobs) in … Continue reading

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