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A black female in a white man’s world: My review of Bloodlines by John Piper

A black female in a white man’s world: My review of Bloodlines by John Piper

By Trillia Newbell Recently I began to read Bloodlines: Race, Cross and the Christian, by John Piper. I grew up in the south and have always been aware of the potential for and most definitely the blatant racism around me. My father would tell me stories about growing up and once being beaten for not singing Dixie. If I were raised in the 50’s or 60’s, I’d like to think I would have been in the middle of the Civil Rights Movement. At the University […]

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