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A Conversation with John Perkins

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by | 22 July, 2015 | 0 comments

John Perkins, one of the leading evangelical voices coming out of the U.S. civil rights movement, spoke with contributing editor Jennifer Johnson at the North American Christian Convention, June 2015. In this exclusive interview, he explains why many efforts toward racial reconciliation are like trying to cure cancer with Tylenol and what the church’s role in racial healing must be.

See the interview here.CIUAKwwWcAEQBCY

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