Publishers Weekly: Mending the Divide
It means all of those things, but at bottom, diversity is about forging relationships with people who don’t look, act, or believe the same way we do, according to new and forthcoming books from religious publishers.
Real World, Real Talk with DZ Cofield
Cofield believes America’s Unholy Ghosts has the potential “to rock the church world… and the potential to rock our political system… and has the opportunity to be the foundation of real talk around reparations. And more than making up for the past but how we move into the future.”
Houston Matters: How Did Three Famous Philosophers Promote Racism in America
In the audio above, Houston Matters producer Maggie Martin talks with Goza about how these thinkers played a part in perpetuating racism in America.
Publishers Weekly Reviews America's Unholy Ghosts
Faith and Leadership Interview: Our theological imagination has often impoverished our racial imagination
But illness forced him to drop out, and in 2004 he moved to Houston’s Denver Harbor, an impoverished immigrant community adjacent to the largely African-American 5th Ward — a move that changed the trajectory of his life and ministry. It also changed his thinking about the deepest assumptions that he, as a white American, had held about this nation.
KHOU Covers Ed Young's Godless Democrats - Interviews Joel
Mega church Pastor Dr. Ed Young called Democrats “some kind of religion that is basically godless” during an impromptu speech at Congressman John Culberson’s election watch party Tuesday night. His comments came after Rep. Culberson’s concession speech. Joel Goza disagrees