", Foreword by the Reverend Dr. William J. Barber IIPart I: Slaveholder Religion His Christianity, he discovered, was the religion of the slaveholder. It’s full of stories of ordinary folks working for racial justice, making you want to pull up a chair on the porch for a closer listen. Ezra 1–6. Introduction. Once you are flagged 3 times, you will be blacklisted. 5. Blog posts will remain open for comments for 5 days. during Holy Week of 2019, this guide can serve as a four week Lenten study. Download full Reconstructing The Gospel books PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, Textbook, Mobi or read online Reconstructing The Gospel anytime and anywhere on any device. Grappling seriously with troubling history and theology, Wilson-Hartgrove recovers the subversiveness of the gospel that sustained the church through centuries of slavery and oppression, from the civil rights era to the Black Lives Matter movement and beyond. “Unit 21: Day 2, Ezra 1–6,” Old Testament Study Guide for Home-Study Seminary Students (2014) “Unit 21: Day 2 ,” Old Testament Study Guide. ", "Jonathan is a moral prophet and spiritual physician for our time. This book is confessional and invitational, ushering us through well-researched accounts of how, somewhere along the way, the Good News of Love Incarnate was weaponized for the oppression of many and the prosperity of few. Additionally, the video and lesson guide are intended to be used in a learning community, but they also can be used for individual study if necessary. Barber and others of his community's black elders, he has found himself a member of a community in which blind eyes are healed and justice pursued. I let the scriptures imprint onto my soul, forming a foundation that could hold the evolution of my understanding over the next 20 years. At the end of the month, we’ll gather questions for Jonathan to do a Facebook Live Q&A. Study Guide. A discussion will take place throughout the week; and each Friday, a reflection piece written out of that discussion will be shared here on Red Letter Christians. He follows this question to the heart of America's original sin, and he invites all of us to join him there and face another question: Is our God greater than America's racism? We’ll confess (our theologies, our pasts, our grapplings, our fears) if we so feel convicted. 198 pages. Read as many books as you like (Personal use) and Join Over 150.000 Happy Readers. The Very Good Gospel by Lisa Sharon Harper. Pbtm: Reconstructing Christian Origins? Downers Grove, Illinois : IVP Books, an imprint of InterVarsity Press, 2018. description. This is a must-read for all Christians in America. This book is a must-read for the church. White Awake: An Honest Look At What It Means To Be White by Daniel Hill (white author) Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing The Way The Church View Racism by Drew Hart. We must never forget that there were enslaved people who accepted the theology fed to them on plantations. Because of this and more, Reconstructing the Gospel is an important book. "Reconstructing the Gospel is an honest reckoning with the mangled, slaveholding religion that continues to pass for the gospel in the United States. Wilson-Hartgrove writes: 'The last thing any attempt to reconstruct the gospel in America needs is a white man to lead the charge.' This transparency proves to be the perfect gift for the rest of us who have our own soul work to do in helping end whiteness as a religion. By helping you see life in full color, it can help you be saved from the shriveled-heart syndrome and set free from slaveholder religion and the religion of whiteness. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove’s book Reconstructing the Gospel: Finding Freedom from Slaveholder Religion is the book I didn’t know I needed to read. Racism is woven into the fabric of American institutions, and it will require systemic change to bring about true reconciliation. Social Profiles. Each section of the Study Guide approaches the chapter’s material from a different angle, helping you assimilate what you’ve read . ", "The Bible is full of stories of God healing blindness. Discover how Jesus continues to save us from ourselves and each other, to repair the breach and heal our land. Share this article: 0. 10 years later, July 1949, he was genuinely saved as the truth became clear. I remember reading John MacArthur's commentary on Luke. It is not self-righteous or accusatory. Reconstructing the gospel requires facing the pain of the past and present, from racial blindness to systemic abuses of power. Gospel in Life Study Guide. Ultimately, this book is an invitation into the river that has been flowing for centuries in … 6. Monday, November 9, 2020 050. With the credibility of his life lived in solidarity with systemically oppressed people, he resounds a clarion call to reform the way in which we live the gospel. But he gradually came to realize that the gospel his Christianity proclaimed was not good news for everybody. 8. The same Christianity that s Oak Church’s Latest Sermon: A Deliberate & Liberative Rest (Oak Church … Our goal is that our comment section helps us learn from one another and grow to be more like Christ. Rather, in submitting himself to those like Rev. ", "A must-read for Christians interested in how race-infused politics and religion undermine the American democratic dream. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove exorcizes the demons of racism and white supremacy that have plagued the body of Christ for far too long. From the foreword by the Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II, Shane Claiborne, author, speaker, activist, Peter W. Marty, publisher of The Christian Century, Mary Nelson, Executive Director Emeritus, Parliament of the World’s Religions, Richard Rohr, Center for Action and Contemplation, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Will Willimon, professor of the practice of Christian ministry, author of Who Lynched Willie Earle? A gospel that justifies slavery, racism and oppression of the poor and marginalized is not the same gospel that Jesus was presenting. Even though we, in our structures of sin, often feel powerless to exorcise the demon of white racism, know that God’s will shall be done, and God’s reign will come because God’s purposes shall not be defeated. Share with your churches and communities whose small groups may be interested in taking this opportunity to grow together. Answer to: When were the Reconstruction Acts passed? MacArthur spec It is not self-righteous or accusatory. "Reconstructing the Gospel is an honest reckoning with the mangled, slaveholding religion that continues to pass for the gospel in the United States. Resisting paralysis, it charts a path of personal and political hope. ", "It has become obvious to any who seriously study our sources that much of what we call Christianity in the West today is in radical discontinuity with our faith in its early centuries. In the same era of my baptism into a called life, I found myself on a football field one Friday night after my high school’s victory. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove grew up in the Bible Belt in the American South as a faithful church-going Christian. Instead, Wilson-Hartgrove submits himself to the leadership of people of color. You will be humbled, enlightened, and motivated to heal the ailing heart of our country and recover its soul. It is not self-righteous or accusatory. This is a must-read for anyone looking for a more robust, nuanced, and mature faith in the face of America’s complicated ongoing history of race and religion. Unit 21: Day 2. Christmas on the Plantation Offer a book swap with someone who may likely disagree with the message and/or be skeptical of engaging with it. How, I had to ask, did slaveholder religion take a message that calls all of us out of systemic injustice and use it to subjugate generations of children created in the image of God?”, bookDialogueDiscussionDivisionOnlineRacismreflectionRevivalStudyunderstanding. Chapter Outline. To join us, get your hands on a book before July 1st, and go to Facebook to request to join the group “Reconstructing the Gospel Book Study.” Invite your friends. . He and his wife, Leah, founded the Rutba House, a house of hospitality in Durham, North Carolina. And it was among church people that I first learned a Bible-backed racism. Notes. And the gospel I inher­it­ed is divid­ed.“ Jonathan Wil­son-Hart­grove grew up in the Bible Belt in the Amer­i­can South as a faith­ful church-going Chris­t­ian. What an empowering, hopeful word Jonathan has for Christians, white and black. Racial Blindness I preached my first sermon in this context. The outline can be used to take brief notes from the chapter, as you read, or as you prepare for an exam. Required fields are marked * Comment . This Is My Body, Broken ", "Wilson-Hartgrove wades into the murkiness of these partisan waters not because he has traded the political conservatism of his youth for its progressive opposite. If you do not have access to the video, the lesson guide will also work with the audio and/or text versions of the lesson. An Introduction to Womanist Biblical Interpretation by Nyasha Junior. 10. Instead, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove vulnerably grapples with his own ongoing repentance of white supremacy’s powerful grip. His journey will be an inspiration and a roadmap to Christians who desire to be faithful in our times. Answer to: What was the impact of Reconstruction on civil rights? Ultimately an exposé of his own faith, Wilson-Hartgrove’s chapters invite the reader into a reconstructed gospel by way of a deconstructed gospel which looks honestly at the pasts of our country and church. These days, my emotions are not a reliable source.  They are up and down and back and forth and all over the place, telling me stories and lies and leading me down all sorts of rabbit holes. Each Monday, throughout the month of July, questions will be posted to an online Facebook group where participants will be encouraged to answer and engage with each other in thoughtful, merciful ways. Ephesians is so gospel-rich; I mean there's so much gospel-fire in Ephesians; it’s a wonder the pages don't burn or melt. Reconstructing the gospel requires facing the pain of the past and present, from racial blindness to systemic abuses of power. A common approach is to jot down the main idea for each section and sub-section. Reconstructing the Gospel: Finding Freedom from Slaveholder Religion Mobipocket Reconstructing the Gospel: Finding Freedom from Slaveholder Religion Kindle. Ushered into its headwaters by fire-and-brimstone revival preachers, Bible drills, and youth rallies, I learned to love God from a small southern town of people who unhesitatingly called me theirs and still do. For these reasons, I want to invite you — any of you reading this or those whom you hope would read it as well — to join us for an online book study of Reconstructing the Gospel. Popular; Tags; Blog Archives; Popular Posts. We welcome your thoughts and discussion to our posts. Healing the Heart A DVD produced by Presbyterian Women, and it is accompanied with a study guide that is designed to encourage meaningful dialogue about racism and to equip people of faith to work together to eradicate racism … ", "Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove gets it. Leave a reply Click here to cancel the reply. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove is an honest, courageous, and compelling guide on this path of radical conversion. In the rubble of evangelicalism’s white supremacist crisis, Reconstructing the Gospel unflinchingly confesses the ways Christians remain captive to slaveholder religion. Get free access to the library by create an account, fast download and ads free. The Other Half of History Slaveholder religion has infected every corner of the church in America—including the black church. By signing up, you'll get thousands of step-by-step solutions to your homework questions. We all need help to recognize and unpack the slaveholder religion we have inherited. Acknowledgments 3. "Reconstructing the Gospel is an honest reckoning with the mangled, slaveholding religion that continues to pass for the gospel in the United States. We will flag your comment if we feel it is inflammatory. God is able! Roy Jason Fish (Professor of Evangelism at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary ) was born Feb. 7, 1930, in Star City, Ark., baptized at 9, later he realized he thought the way to heaven was to join the church, be baptized, and live as good a life as possible. A Gilded Cross in the Public SquarePart II: The Christianity of Christ We’ll read. But he gradually came to realize that the gospel his Christianity proclaimed was not good news for everybody. Unlock This Study Guide Now. imprint . To join us, get your hands on a book before July 1st, and go to Facebook to request to join the group “Reconstructing the Gospel Book Study.” Invite your friends. ", "Racism in American religion, especially in its most subtle forms, isn’t something we’ve had language for describing helpfully—until now. Lord willing, we’ll heal. 4. Reconstructing the Gospel shows that such a journey can help us better learn what the gospel really means and why, without it, we are at risk of continuing to perpetuate insufficient justice pursuits informed by a flawed or incomplete gospel. Additionally we ask that you: Britney Winn Lee is an author and community arts director living in Shreveport, LA, with her designer husband and big-hearted son. Together they have written one of the greatest books on life . ISBN. And reconciliation starts with confession. Ultimately, this book is an invitation into the river that has been flowing for … ", "Those desiring salvation from slaveholder religion will find no blind optimism, easy antidotes, or sweeping appeals to racial reconciliation. In the process, he extends his own vulnerability and provides gentle guidance for white folks on the journey to freedom. In this passionate, fast-paced book, Jonathan gives us a distinctively Christological, hopeful path toward faithful reconstruction. Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove (MDiv, Duke Divinity School) is a writer, preacher, and moral activist. We’ll pray. ", "I highly recommend this book to white and nonwhite scholars, college students and seminarians, religious leaders and congregants. Jonathan is the author or coauthor of more than a dozen books, including Reconstructing the Gospel, The Third Reconstruction, Strangers at My Door, Common Prayer, The Awakening of Hope, The Wisdom of Stability, The New Monasticism, and Becoming the Answer to Our Prayers. Introduction. Ultimately, this book is an invitation into the river that has been flowing for centuries in … Name * Email * Website. Music is an integral aspect of worship. 9780830845347 (hardcover : alk. Download Ebook Free Gospel In Life Study Guide. Just as Reconstruction after the Civil War worked to repair a desperately broken society, our compromised Christianity requires a spiritual reconstruction that undoes the injustices of the past. Ephesians Summary. and Preaching to Confront Racism, Jana Riess, author of Flunking Sainthood and coauthor of The Prayer Wheel, Phileena Heuertz, founding partner, Gravity, a Center for Contemplative Activism, Brian D. McLaren, author of The Great Spiritual Migration, Elaine A. Heath, professor of Missional and Pastoral Theology, Duke Divinity School, Daniel José Camacho, contributing opinion writer for the Guardian US, Ken Wytsma, author of Pursuing Justice and The Myth of Equality, D. L. Mayfield, author of Assimilate or Go Home, Tony T. R. Lin, managing director, Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, University of Virginia, David F. Potter, Sojourners, September-October 2018, David Swanson, Englewood Review of Books, Eastertide 2018, Mitzi J. Smith, Reading Religion, October 5, 2018, ★ Publishers Weekly starred review, January 8, 2018, Drew Hart, assistant professor of theology at Messiah College, author of Trouble I’ve Seen, 2018 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award Finalists - Multicultural. Grappling seriously with troubling history and theology, Wilson-Hartgrove recovers the subversiveness of the gospel that sustained the church through centuries of slavery and oppression, from the civil rights era to the Black Lives Matter movement and beyond. Epilogue: A Letter to My Grandfather and Son Related. Instead, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove vulnerably grapples with his own ongoing repentance of white supremacy’s powerful grip. Grappling seriously with troubling history and theology, Wilson-Hartgrove recovers the subversiveness of the gospel that sustained the church through centuries of slavery and oppression, from the civil rights era to the Black Lives Matter movement and beyond. We cannot guarantee that every book is in the library. Bible Study. You may have it and not even know it, which is why you need this book. Wilson-Hartgrove traces his journey from the religion of the slaveholder to the Christianity of Christ. 7. In fulfillment of prophecy, the Lord inspired Cyrus, the king of Persia, to allow the Jews to return to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple. A necessary and timely gift to the church! Stud ui or Reconstructing the Gospel How to Use This Guide The small group of black and white Christians who wrote this study guide suggest that a white congregation and a black congregation within the same community meet weekly to discuss Reconstructing the Gospel. If appropriate, you may choose to worship together using hymns or songs. Instead, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove vulnerably grapples with his own ongoing repentance of white supremacy’s powerful grip. Jonathan is a reflective soul, at home in his own skin, fully aware of the contradictions and struggles in his own heart. It is not self-righteous or accusatory. Britney is a member of the Redbud Writers Guild, serves part-time with Red Letter Christians as the Editor & Communications Director, and is ever dreaming up ways to connect the church and the world. Reconstructing The Gospel. Download Video. The blinders come off through stories, history, and creative biblical insight. Back in the ‘90s, I entered the river of grace through an evangelical tributary lined with impassioned altar calls and communion bread so sweet one could only hope for crumbs at the end of the benediction. The same Christianity that sang, "Amazing grace, how sweet the sound" also perpetuated racial injustice and white supremacy in the name of Jesus. New Testament Introduction Exam 2 Study Guide study guide by saracarter2 includes 50 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. This is the question my brother Jonathan faces head-on in this book. Having Church I figured out that I could pray and dream here. How could I not be a woman divided? When the gospel is reconstructed, freedom rings for both individuals and society as a whole. Offer a book swap with someone who may likely disagree with the message and/or be skeptical of engaging with it. This is a question we must answer, no matter the color of our skin. Immoral Majority Reconstructing the Gospel is an attempt to work through the problem of sin and culture infecting the presentation and living out of the gospel. . "So what happened to Christianity in America? Reconstructing the Gospel: Finding Freedom from the Slaveholder Religion, by Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove The Christian Imagination: ... 12-16 min./study guide/resource packet/2007. Living in Skin Brand is a legendary medical doctor, and Philip is a doctor of the soul. 2018 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award Finalists - Multicultural Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove grew up in the Bible Belt in the American South as a faithful church-going Christian. She's written "Deconstructed Do-Gooder: A Memoir About Learning Mercy the Hard Way" (Cascade 2019), "The Boy with Big, Big Feelings" (Beaming Books 2019), and is the editor of "Rally: Litanies for the Lovers of God and Neighbor" (Upper Room 2020). Reconstructing the Gospel Finding Freedom from Slave-Holder Religion by Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove “ I am a man torn in two. Each session includes a short excerpt from my book, Reconstructing the Gospel, in which I share lessons Grandma Ann passed on to me. Instead, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove vulnerably grapples with his own ongoing repentance of white supremacy’s powerful grip. Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team. Download Reconstructing The Gospel Book For Free in PDF, EPUB.In order to read online Reconstructing The Gospel textbook, you need to create a FREE account. This lesson guide is designed for use in conjunction with the associated video. ", "For a long time the justice conversation in much of the evangelical church has centered on acts of compassion or engaging causes that emerge to fight global injustice. Quizlet flashcards, … Journeys into ourselves such as these are where we must begin: looking backwards and letting those divides into the faith we’ve inherited lead us to discussion and consideration, admission and prayer— “that we,” as James 5:16 says, “may be healed.”, READ: How American Christians Can Break Free from ‘Slaveholder Religion’. God’s spirit goes before us and behind us, desiring to reconcile us to ourselves, to each other, and to the holy. Author : Timothy Keller Publisher : Zondervan Release Date : 2013-02-05 Category : Religion Total pages :240 GET BOOK . ", "A poignant, compelling, and eye-opening journey that recognizes the racism in us, Christian churches today, and the implicit bias of the dominant culture. It is a timely work — the sort of writing that makes one look at the world around us, recognizing that its pages were years in the making, and sigh with thankfulness that some things truly are here for “such a time as this.” We are not alone. Something’s been wrong for a long time. Ultimately, this book is an invitation into the river that has been flowing for centuries in this land, providing a past and present counterwitness to the vandalization of Jesus’ name. ", "God has entrusted Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove with a message—the gospel of Jesus Christ has been tragically defaced by American white supremacy and must be reconstructed. Much to my gratitude, someone found resonant language for me to better process my reality. Start your 48-hour free trial to unlock this The Gnostic Gospels study guide and get instant access to the following:. 0 Comments. This is a masterful work, invaluable for coming to terms with the hidden wounds of racism and the awful lie that Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove calls, 'Christianity of the slaveholder.' Along the way, we have neglected to ask tough questions like, What was the flaw in our gospel that allowed generations of Christians in America to perpetuate injustice in this country while at the same time being devoutly evangelical? ", "In this insightful, accessible volume readers are introduced to the original sin of racism in the United States, which was first and foremost an economic system to benefit the few at the expense of the many. For anyone who cares about true biblical justice and is not afraid to ask difficult questions, Jonathan Wilson-Hargrove’s masterfully written reflections on his journey of being challenged and mentored by black Christians in America is essential. Download Reconstructing The Gospel Book PDF. Download Transcript.   I don’t need emotional authenticity—I need something solid.  I need a touchstone to ground me. A woman confused and wordless when it comes to what grapples with itself inside of me, aching to make its way out of the peripheral of my comprehension and into the forefront. Why do I feel so torn?Â. You may disagree, but please do not attack individuals (including authors). ", "This powerful and prophetic book should come with a warning label. Reconstruction is such an apt word to describe the work we all have to do in light of our nation’s history. Read the full starred review here. Meanwhile, in the middle of the stands waiting near a family member of mine was a church man leaning over to warn her about my generous affection with darker skinned folks. He points the way toward a Christianity that looks like Jesus again. Something is wrong, and we know it in our bones if not clearly in our minds. Transcript (this transcript has been lightly edited for readability) It's an understatement to say that I love Ephesians. Your email address will not be published. ★ Reconstructing the Gospel has received a starred review in the highly-respected book industry magazine Publishers Weekly. is a paperback book by Esther Yue L Ng appearing in the Theology section at authentic.co.uk Our spiritual healing now depends on corporately facing our past with hope, just as any individual must do in our personal journey to wholeness. No need for ALL CAPS, bold, or extreme language. From political podiums to passionate pulpits, the world watches as the message of Christ (who came to “proclaim good news to the poor” and “freedom for the prisoners”) is wielded to keep border walls militarized and nonviolent protests of Black people demonized. ‘A gospel that doesn't confront racism is no gospel at all,’ writes Wilson-Hartgrove, for the work of the gospel is to heal that which is divided and to reconcile that which has been torn apart. 9. I don’t need high-energy, emotional worship; I need liturgy. Â, Reconstructing the Gospel: Finding Freedom from Slaveholder ReligionÂ, A Call For Mass Noncooperation With the Racist Policies of “America First”, Trayvon and George: A Tale of Two Americas, On Thanksgiving: An Honest Home in the Uncomfortable ‘Both’, Causing Others to Stumble: A Plea to Believers. In this timely book, with the precision of a heart surgeon, he exposes the sickness that has long plagued American Christianity and infected our society and politics, revealing that none of us is untouched by the disease. I heard him call my name. Share with your churches and communities whose small groups may be interested in taking this opportunity to grow together.Â, “How had I missed this?” Jonathan writes. But I have long felt a war within me between a faith that first put my hand in the hand of the man who calmed the waters and a faith that has for so long been utilized to oppress. Let your yes be yes and your no be no. 2. Down those aisles and around those tables, an insatiable curiosity grew within me for Jesus. Download the Study Guide from Intervarsity Press. We cannot guarantee that every book is in the library. It’s just incredible! It is the book so many of us need to read. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @britneywinnlee. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest ← Newer Post Older Post → Home. Jonathan directs the School for Conversion, a popular education center in Durham committed to "making surprising friendships possible," and is an associate minister at St. John's Missionary Baptist Church. This is a beautiful and challenging book for these times. Moral Revival Swimming upstream against exhausted and muddy friends, I — the unathletic water girl — hugged a number of players, congratulating their successful pull-through in the fourth quarter. There were names for people like me if I wasn’t careful. But the stories pack a wallop of conviction, and you will not leave that porch unchanged. “How have so many sincere Christians confessed and practiced a religion that made them worse than they might have been otherwise? Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, author of Reconstructing the Gospel “Dr. Therefore, comments that divert from this goal (ie mutual edification) will not be allowed. Reconstructing the gospel requires facing the pain of the past and present, from racial blindness to systemic abuses of power. ", "This book contains the message I have been longing to hear for several years now. We’ll discuss. ", "This book offers a front row seat to Jonathan’s transformation out of a well-meaning religion marred by white supremacy to a faith that keeps him in the frontlines of the fight for racial justice. It was among church people that I first wondered if I might live for God forever. Be polite. ", "Reconstructing the Gospel is an honest reckoning with the mangled, slaveholding religion that continues to pass for the gospel in the United States. Reconstructing the Gospel is about how God heals a common form of blindness today—racial blindness. These excerpts can be read by participants before a group meeting or aloud in the group at the beginning of a meeting. 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