A more sympathetic heroine, or one who grew into that role, would have aided in my enjoyment of the story, but the secondary characters kept this novel moving and the spiritual truth made it a worthwhile read.
We present to our readership an interview with Thabiti M. Anyabwile, author of the recently reviewed title, The Decline of African American Theology. Anyabwile is senior pastor at First Baptist Church of Grand Cayman in the Cay...
I recently got into a lively “Tweet Off” with author Jackson Pearce about, of all things, the $45 million payout Conan O’Brien is receiving in order to exit The Tonight Show. The debate didn’t center around the recen...
I (C.E. Moore) have been a long time fan of the hip-hop duo known as GRITS (Grammatical Revolutions In The Spirit). I have each of their albums and have always wanted a chance to pick their brain about what it means to be doing...
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