Welcome to 'The Gospel And Black History' where we talk about Christ, Church history, and african church history. You will also get sermon recordings as well. Thanks for the support. Click the link below and support getting a piece of history when you purchase the GBH's. It's a Custom made concept sneaker for the podcast and ministry. All proceeds go towards publishing the book titled "The Gospel And Black History" Christ is King! God bless.
This Study was done as a partnership with Revive Bible Church. The goal is to educate people on the issues of black america, systemic racism, prejudice and white privilege. The goal is to raise awareness and work together to eradicate these problems. I hope you learn something from it and are blessed by it.
Is social justice a gospel issue or not? Does promoting social justice make me a promoter of Marxism or not? If I promote Social justice, am I doing what I should be doing as a Christian and believer of Christ?
Keeping everyone informed on new ventures and projects we are taking on and ways you can support. Love you guys in the Lord and God bless. Thanks for your AMAZING support this far. God is doing amazing things with the podcast and opening up even more doors for greater heights.
A quick look into the life of one of our African Church Fathers who was a well known theologian and bible teacher. He helped develope the doctrine for the Nicene Creed and wrote many Treatises in his time.
Discussing the topic on "Did Our Slave Masters make us Christians" This is an issue with the culture today. No one can can make you a Christian, we also discussed how the slave Masters were not preaching truth. Slavemasters used whips, chains,guns,abuse, and murder to put Africans in bondage, not so much the Bible as people say.
Discussing the topic/debate of Christianity being the white man's religion . We'll shed some light on different mystery cults and what they believe in as well as African church father's introduced in the patristic period AD 0-500. We will also look at the reason our identity in Christ is important.