Christians of color are rejecting ‘colonial’ Christianity and reclaiming ancestral spiritualities

This is how quickly it happened. One moment we were passing sumptuous kebob platters around the table making polite introductions, and the next we were swapping trauma stories that we—all people of color, many LGBTQ—had experienced in what were essentially white Christian spaces. This article is reprinted with permission from Religion Dispatches. Follow RD on Facebook or Twitter for daily updates. There was the black nonprofit worker who attended a Christian conference in the rural…

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