Native Americans, the Mainline Church, and the Quest for Interracial Justice

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David Phillips Hansen
  • St. Louis, MO: 
    Chalice Press
    , January
     2017.
     160 pages.
     $29.99.
     Paperback.
    ISBN
    9780827225282.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.
Review coming soon!

Review by Patrick Horn forthcoming.

Description

The Native American drive for self-governance is the most important civil rights struggle of our time - a struggle too often covered up. In Native Americans, The Mainline Church, and the Quest for Interracial Justice, David Phillips Hansen lays out the church's role in helping America heal its bleeding wounds of systemic oppression.

While many believe the United States is a melting pot for all cultures, Hansen asserts the longest war in human history is the one Anglo-Christians have waged on Native Americans. Using faith as a weapon against the darkness of injustice, this book will change the way you view how we must solve the pressing problems of racism, poverty, environmental degradation, and violence, and it will remind you that faith can be the leaven of justice.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

David Phillips Hansen has been in active ministry for over 40 years. His studies at the Pacific School of Religion and the Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley focused on the role of religion in student movements, ethics, and economic policy. He has served pastorates in both the United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (DOC) from Saskatchewan to Hawaii to Kansas, where he lives now with his wife of 50 years, Sally Duckworth Hansen.

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