By Gerardo Marti
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With the notable exception of ethnic diversity, Mosaic is part of the broader evangelical movement, especially in its evangelistic activity locally and overseas, its emphasis on the authority of the Bible, and its overall conservative doctrine. This study examines its ability to attract and retain a diverse population within the general subculture of evangelicalism. Emphasis on Artists and Artistry Sociologists of religion are now focusing much more attention on artistry within the local church.
Through his relational approach, lively teaching style, and active involvement in the local community, the number of Hispanics in the church increased. The congregation was guided to welcome guests. According to church records, attendance at weekly worship services grew from forty-ﬁve to two hundred in the ﬁrst three years of Brother Phil’s leadership, to four hundred in the next three years, and peaked in 1981 at 585. ” Such colloquial church names are not unusual now, but Brother Phil is believed to have been the ﬁrst to remove the denominational label from a Southern Baptist church.
Yet racial reconciliation is a very speciﬁc project aimed at accomplishing very speciﬁc goals: that whites acknowledge that blacks have been oppressed, that they ask forgiveness of blacks, and that blacks grant it to them. Yancey (1998) describes the process of reconciliation as having four steps. First, individuals from different races must develop friendships with each other. Second, “all” Christians must recognize social structures of inequality. “All” here means “white,” since [ 24 ] Multiethnic Churches, Mosaic, and Social Change Yancey implies that other races are already aware of social inequality in their lived experience.