Pulpit Confessions: Exposing the Black Church
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Pulpit Confessions: Exposing The Black Church is an honest, behind the scenes look at the African-American church. The author spent a decade as a preacher and pastor in the black church and is actually betraying an unofficial code of silence by writing this book.
The author began ministry in his teens and was pastoring by his early twenties. He speaks frankly about his and other ministers' odysseys from sincere, well-intentioned prodigies to cynical, sinful, showman.
He soon discovered that things in the church were not as they seemed. In this ground-breaking book, he describes a secular and often profane ministerial community that is often shrouded in pseudo holiness.
He exposes the thoughts and motivations of both ministers and congregations and their degenerate power struggles which often turn violent.
He pulls no punches as he untangles the myths, unravels the mystique and reveals the secrets of the Black Church.