The Racial Reconciliation (RR) movement of today fails to attract the Black church. Pastors express the need to value Black monocultural churches. The push by RR adherents to suggest churches “should be” multiracial may be more harmful than helpful. Distinguishing race and culture exposes the reality that most multiracial churches are monocultural. Research of Black college students reveals the desire for monocultural settings. Historical research of the first century church gives biblical validity to monocultural fellowships. Unity will not occur if motivation is reduced to color. Monocultural and multicultural fellowships are needed to reflect an infinite-faceted God.
Johnson, D. D. (2011). Multicultural and Racial Reconciliation Efforts Fail to Attract Many in the Black Church. Great Commission Research Journal, 2(2), 221-234. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol2/iss2/5