Davis's latest book, emerges from his great love, admiration, and deep concern for the future of the black community and the black church. He notes that a relevant church struggles to correct oppression, not maintain it, while an irrelevant church sees the self-destructive behavior, oppression, and powerlessness of the oppressed but refuses to take the necessary steps to eradicate it. Ultimately, Davis concludes that churches--both black and white--must come together to be the Word of God to the poor, the oppressed, the marginalized.
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