Dr. Albert J. Raboteau, Henry W. Putnam Professor Emeritus of Religion, Princeton University
He explains that African Americans have been able to use their own interpretation of Christianity to forgive the grave injustices they have suffered at the hands of whites who also believed themselves to be Christians.
Dr. Raboteau takes the audience on a journey through African American history, beginning with the horrors of 19th-century slavery and ending with the racial divide faced by today’s society. His valuable insights on the measures we must take to close this divide offer a roadmap to forming a truly integrated United States.
Racism: An Orthodox Perspective
Greek Orthodox Archbishop Iakovos of USA, Martin Luther King Jr. & Reverend James Reeb
Grace and “the Inverted Pyramid”
The Heresy of Racism
The Kingdom of Heaven, where racial discrimination has no place Fr. Moses Berry, a descendant of African slaves, Orthodox priest and teacher in USA
Brotherhood of St. Moses the Black
St. Mary of Egypt Multi-Cultural Orthodox Christian Church - Kansas City, Missouri
Christians and the immigration issue (& Orthodox Church of St Nicholas of Japan in Johannesburg)
Racial Identities and Racism by Mother Katherine
How “White” is the Orthodox Church?
Dr Albert Raboteau in St. Moses the Black Brotherhood Annual Conference 2017 (videos) Eight principal areas of convergence between African spirituality and Ancient Christianity
Orthodox African Americans (tag)