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Recollecting America's Original Sin

A Pilgrimage of Race and Grace

Alison M. Benders

Recollecting America's Original Sin
Recollecting America's Original Sin

eISBN: 9780814665336, E6533

Details: 176 pgs,
Publication Date: 05/05/2022
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Recollecting America's Original Sin: A Pilgrimage of Race and Grace journeys into antiblack racism throughout US history through a Christian spirituality lens. The reflections are fashioned as a spiritual pilgrimage that integrates listening, reflecting, and daily living. It recollects the nation’s freedom struggles around race, our original sin, which constrains and stains us now as ever. Walking a holy road of past, present, and future meaning, the chapters interlace historical moments and places into a web of provocative concerns. Anyone desiring to respond faithfully to the justice reckonings now seizing our country travel the race-and-grace journey in these pages.

Alison M. Benders is vice president for mission and ministry at Santa Clara University. She is the author of the award-winning Just Prayer: A Book of Hours for Peacemakers and Justice Seekers, published by Liturgical Press.

eISBN: 9780814665336, E6533

Details: 176 pgs,
Publication Date: 05/05/2022