More Than a White Man's Religion
Though many today accuse Christianity of being a white, imperialistic religion, it is actually the source for cherished Western ideals of racial and gender equality. In More Than a White Man's Religion, author and speaker Abdu Murray shares stories from the Bible and his own experiences as a global apologist, a member of an ethnic minority, a son of immigrants, and a former Muslim to show that the gospel message provides dignity and liberty to non-whites and women.
More Than a White Man's Religion reveals:
- The ethnically diverse roots of biblical stories and passages that inspired some of the greatest social reforms in history
- How challenging and sometimes confusing Bible passages and stories can be best understood to champion equality for ethnically diverse people and women
- Ways believers can bring real and lasting change to our culture's pervasive racial, ethnic, and gender equality issues by following Jesus' and his followers' examples
Without overlooking the places where Christianity has failed to live up to its own ideals, Murray challenges the myth that Christianity is an oppressive, Western religion and shows believers how to better fulfill their God-given mandate to uphold the dignity of every human being.
Tackling head-on one of the most serious challenges to the Christian faith in our multicultural age, More Than a White Man's Religion demonstrates how the gospel can inspire positive change for modern culture.
About the Author
Abdu Murray (JD, University of Michigan) is an apologist, leading debates, dialogues, and open forums around the world for churches, college campuses, and business and government gatherings. He hosts the podcast The Defense Rests. He is the author of many articles and three books, including Grand Central Question and Saving Truth.