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If you want biblically based insight into race relations, the rise of Donald Trump, and current theological questions, click at right (below, if on mobile) to securely order "Race, Faith and Politics Today," the Rev. Dr. Kyle Huckins' new book from Berean Publishing ($11.99). More than 125 nationally award-winning columns cover subjects from police-related violence to political issues to evangelism. The book combines research, interviews and the Word of God to bring you an easy-to-read yet in-depth understanding of crucial topics facing today's believer.
You'll enjoy Huckins' unique perspective as a white preacher in a predominantly black denomination, the Church of God in Christ, which invited him to present his book in session at its Holy Convocation in St. Louis last November. Pastor Bobby Schuller of TV's "Hour of Power" is the author of the volume's foreword. He and other major Christian leaders are endorsing the book by Huckins, a veteran newsman, university educator and COGIC elder.