More Christian Than African American: One Woman's Journey to Her True Spiritual Self by Kimberly Cash Tate

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More Christian Than African American: One Woman's Journey to Her True Spiritual Self

Kimberly Cash Tate explains why defining ourselves through an ethnic group or by an ideology alienates people and results in a bitter and godless world. In her unflinching account, Tate takes us through her early years in an ethnically diverse Washington, D.C., to her time as an attorney in a homogenous Wisconsin. By charting her progress, Ms. Tate's change from "black woman" to "career woman" to "Christian woman" makes a powerful case for shifting our concept of "personal identity." Her argument may provoke controversy, and it may also show us that faith lets us see past our differences to find unity as God's children.
Kimberly Cash Tate explains why defining ourselves through an ethnic group or by an ideology alienates people and results in a bitter and godless world. In her unflinching account, Tate takes us through her early years in an ethnically diverse Washington, D.C., to her time as an attorney in a homogenous Wisconsin. By charting her progress, Ms. Tate's change from "black woman" to "career woman" to "Christian woman" makes a powerful case for shifting our concept of "personal identity." Her argument may provoke controversy, and it may also show us that faith lets us see past our differences to find unity as God's children.
Publisher: Daybreak Books ISBN: 9780875965482 Pages: