God Of Our Weary Years



New Release – “God Of Our Weary Years”
The Reconciliation of Race and Faith
A powerful presentation of two of the most challenging issues of our time – racism and denominationalism, which Dr. Cushman calls “the concerous spirit of division”. With nerve, candor, and prophetic insight, he deals with the cause, effect, and solution of the worse problem in America.

Here is an excert from “God Of Our Weary Years”:
“I scooted my chair closer to the table, rubbed my hands together, and said, “Okay, let’s talk.” I began to explain: “The most important thing to remember is that you didn’t hear the waiter make the distinction. The second most important thing for you to know is that black people are the most paranoid people in the world. We see race, if not racism, in everything. The baggage that any of us bring to any relationship affects the relationship. In this case, my baggage is the paranoia, and your baggage is presumption. One more thing, I’ll bet you that the waiter gives you—not me—the check.”