Moving Blackwards: A Theological Exercise Disguised as a Social Critique of the African Diaspora in North America at the Turn of the 21st Century


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At the halfway point in the first decade of the 21st Century, Rev. Aaron Franklin, Jr. pauses to take a retrospective look into the lives, loves and leanings of Black Americans. With a unique blend of social critique and Christian theology, Franklin gauges the cultural and socio-spiritual status and progress of his beloved people against the backdrop of the Bible. At the outset, he is careful to identify ignorance - that Achilles heel of men and nations throughout the centuries - as one of the greatest obstacles to Black ...

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