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“Eight Questions About Race” by Bishop Aubrey Shines Debuts on Amazon, exposes Radical BLM Agenda

September 23, 2020

In new book, Conservative Clergy of Color founder tackles Black Lives Matter and racism from a Christian perspective.

 

Tampa, FL – A new book by Conservative Clergy of Color founder Bishop Aubrey Shines that sets out to dismantle to Black Lives Matter narrative debuted on Amazon this week. “Eight Questions About Race: A Black Pastor Responds to Black Lives Matter,” is a short but comprehensive look from a Christian standpoint at whether or not America really is a racist country as Black Lives Matter would have you believe. It also looks at the agenda of Black Lives Matter and how that agenda runs contrary to America’s Judeo-Christian heritage.

In eight short chapters, Bishop Shines dissects the biggest questions on race that face the faithful and sets the record straight, once and for all, on how Black Lives Matter wants to transform the country and remake America in its own image.

From Chapter 5, “Who Is Black Lives Matter?”

“BLM’s atheistic Marxism is incompatible with the values of 83 percent of the nation’s black Americans who profess a belief in God. BLM, DSA, and other leftist organizations replace the Judeo-Christian God with the all-powerful state and promote among its citizens a coveting of their neighbor’s freely earned property. They have attacked houses of worship like St. John’s Episcopal Church in the nation’s capital and St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York. Activists burned bibles during months of nightly violence in Portland, Oregon. This destruction has a purpose. It seeks to cut black Christians off from our covenant with God and the values that have sustained and empowered blacks for centuries.”

“Eight Questions About Race” is available for purchase on Amazon today.

 

To reach Bishop Aubrey Shines for interviews on his new book, please contact Will Hadden at [email protected] or call 703.739.5920