Rev. Amos C. Brown is a civil rights veteran and onetime student of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Now, the 82-year-old senior pastor of San Francisco’s Third Baptist Church is vice chair of California’s Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans.
Most Americans know President Joe Biden is Roman Catholic but there are stark differences — especially based on political party — in how they believe he should live out his faith, a new study shows. Fewer know the faith of Vice President Kamala Harris.
For some Christians, to be a woman in leadership remains a spiritually suspect reality. And the misogyny at work in the name “Jezebel” was only compounded when it was adopted into the United States’ history of racial prejudice.
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As controversy continues after some prominent Southern Baptist pastors called U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris a “Jezebel” or said she was “going to hell,” new research shows that Harris and other women of color remain top targets for online attacks.
While defending Southern Baptist pastors who called Vice President Kamala Harris a ‘Jezebel,’ Southern Baptist pastor Tom Ascol declared Harris was going to hell. He also consigned journalists Anne Branigin and Jake Tapper to that fate for reporting on pastors who compared Harris to the
As controversy grows about comments by Southern Baptist pastors comparing Vice President Kamala Harris to the biblical character Jezebel, a leader in Founders Ministries, a group pushing Calvinism within SBC life, claimed critics of the pastors worship a false religion.
Frederick Douglas Haynes III & Ralph Douglas West: We will not remain silent as so-called ‘men of God’ use their position to shape our world in the image of a God that ignores racism and fears women’s power and leadership.
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Civil Rights icon Amos C. Brown, pastor of Third Baptist Church in San Francisco where Vice President Kamala Harris is a member, writes in response to White Southern Baptist pastors calling Harris a “Jezebel.”