Category Archives: musings

Welcome to Braggsville–A Review

By | July 2, 2017

We saw “Welcome to Braggsville” at the Seattle Center, performed by the Book-It Repertory Theater, based on the novel by T. Geronimo Johnson. First off, let me say that the cast was stellar, and the leads were absolutely fantastic. They were in their roles in a way that led me to believe they weren’t acting;… Read More »

Another Review of “Stars in the Texas Sky”

By | April 15, 2017

Another positive review of my novel “Stars in the Texas Sky” https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R39P00GXNQI5OI “Wonderfully written, read in one sitting. “This book made me cry for the injustice, it made me laugh when people got their just desserts, and there were several moments where the authors’ writing was so clever, I said ‘I see what you did… Read More »

It’s Time for Black Americans to Forgive White People. Or Is It?

By | November 30, 2016

I run this community discussion (moderated) about white racism in America and the white American church, using the book “Trouble I’ve Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism” (Dr. Drew G. I. Hart, 2016). We’re in the eighth chapter, and a question came up, offered by one of the participants. (For relevancy but not… Read More »

The Non-Whiteness of Jesus

By | November 22, 2016

I got to thinking the other day about how we see Jesus and Jesus’ teachings expressed in the lives of his followers. And I began thinking about how hard it is to reconcile our Christian behavior with our Christ. Traditionally, orthodox Christianity means a religion centered around the Christ of the New Testament, where what… Read More »