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"The Bible is Black History - ABCs" teaches children the ABCs while they learn about the heroes and heroines of the Bible. The Bible characters are beautifully depicted with more historical accuracy than traditional biblical images.
"Great Women of the Bible: Contemporary Conversations" presents the stories of Eve, Deborah, Queen Vashti, Queen Esther, Mary, mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and Lydia in a way that parallels the stories of present day Black women in America. The Bible emerged from a male dominated, patriarchal society. Much of the biblical narrative casts men as the heroes and basically ignores women, treating them mostly as insignificant role players. "Great Women of the Bible: Contemporary Conversations" highlights women who broke through deeply ingrained sexist and misogynistic barriers to join forces with God to help roll out his plan for salvation, liberation and redemption. Each chapter concludes with thought provoking questions to arouse deep self-reflection.
"Young Heroes of the Bible: Contemporary Conversations" highlights the contributions to Salvation history made by such young men as Samuel, David, Jeremiah, the Hebrew Boys, the Boy Jesus, Timothy and Titus. "Young Heroes of the Bible..." presents their stories in a way that parallels the stories of young Black men in America today. At the end of each chapter are reflection questions suitable for group discussions or personal devotions.
"The Bible is Black History-Children's Edition" tells biblical stories using more historically accurate depictions of Bible characters. This book intends to highlight the association between Bible stories and their black characters for young readers. "The Bible is Black History-Children's Edition", also, seeks to begin the mitigation process of the century's old whitewashing of biblical heroes and heroines, and to expose children of African descent to a more authentic rendition of biblical depictions. It is empowering for young children to read the biblical story and see themselves as a part of its powerful narrative.