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Author: SUSAN K SMITH

Susan K. Williams Smith, MDiv, DMin, has formed a private not-for-profit organization aimed at empowering urban youth all over the United States through improved literacy. "Susan K. Smith Ministries" is operating as "Crazy Faith Ministries," aiming to "worship through service." She also has her own blog, "Candid Observations," which concentrates on the intersection of race, politics and religion.

Dr. Smith is the author of Forgive Who? The Struggle to Obey God's Awful Command (Pub (United Church Press, 1999), and Carla and Annie (African American Images, 1989), a children's book. This former news reporter and talk show host makes her home in Gahanna, Ohio.

CRAZY FAITH
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CRAZY FAITH

Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives

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Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives

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The Bible, the Constitution, and Racism in America

In this important work, Smith examines how our country's foundational documents—the Bible and the Constitution—have failed people of color and asks whether those whom a nation has considered “we the problem” can ever become “we the people” who are celebrated in the Preamble to the Constitution. What will it take to reclaim the transforming and affirming power of God and government to secure liberty and justice for all?

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The Bible, the Constitution, and Racism in America

In this important work, Smith examines how our country's foundational documents—the Bible and the Constitution—have failed people of color and asks whether those whom a nation has considered “we the problem” can ever become “we the people” who are celebrated in the Preamble to the Constitution. What will it take to reclaim the transforming and affirming power of God and government to secure liberty and justice for all?

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