Saturday, October 11, 2008

Race and Religion



Scot McKnight over at his blog Jesus Creed, is currently doing a review series on J. Kameron Carter's new book Race: A Theological Account (Oxford, 2008).

I've not read the book yet, but I've been waiting for it for some time after I first heard about the project a few years back. Looks like a good and important book.

Read the first installment of Scot's review here, and find the second installment here. (Follow this link to read some other blogging reflections on Carter's book.)
Maybe I'll write up some of my own thoughts on the book once I've had a chance to read it.

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