Week 7 Response 3 412 Charles Awasu 5 posts Re: Topic 7 DQ 1T Tamika, Thanks for your contribution. In your post, you mentioned the “Declaration of S

Charles Awasu
 

5 posts

Re: Topic 7 DQ 1T

Tamika, Thanks for your contribution. In your post, you mentioned the “Declaration of Sovereignty” event. From your research, can you share a bit more regarding the “Declaration of Sovereignty” event with the class?


Charles Awasu

 

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Re: Topic 7 DQ 2

Tamika, Thanks for your contribution. You write, “Christian religion further shapes ethnicity because souls who join this theology partake in the implementation of the ethnicity in which they dwell.” In a way, this multiethnicity in Christianity has in some way contributed to segregation. Consequently, despite the racial violence seen in several cities in the United States, the Christian Church has not been able to do much about the racial problem. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once declared that “I think it is one of the tragedies of our nation, one of the shameful tragedies, that 11 o’clock on Sunday morning is one of the most segregated hours, if not the most segregated hours in Christian America.” (Williams, 2011).

Given the diversity of Christians in America, what do you think the Christian churches can do to reduce segregation and racial tension in their communities around the country?

Reference

Williams, S. (2011). Church Diversity: Sunday the most segregated day of the week. New Leaf Publishing Group.


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