February 25, 2012
John Piper's White-to-Black Account
Marvin Olasky, World Magazine
In February we're celebrating Black History Month, but it would be much more of a celebration if fewer African-Americans had collaborated with Planned Parenthood and other abortion-wielders in the killing of more than 16 million black unborn babies.
Abortion, much higher among blacks than among whites, and abetted by Planned Parenthood's targeting of minority communities, is the ultimate racism in America today. But it has many other expressions, as John Piper's Bloodlines: Race, Cross, and the Christian (Crossway, 2011) shows. During past Black History Months I've written about Booker T. Washington and many other African-Americans who worked for improved racial relations from black-to-white: Piper's white-to-black account is also passionate.
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