Book Review: ‘The Color of Compromise’ by Jemar Tisby

Jemar Tisby has done the church a great service in documenting its pattern of racism during key epochs in American history and showing how repentance and institutional reform can happen. This isn't just a historical survey of the distant past but of events as recent as Black Lives Matter and the election of Trump, which at the very least ought to prompt Christian readers to examine how racism manifests in their midst in subtle ways today.