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Race, Faith and Politics Today gives a born-again view on race, American culture, Donald Trump's presidential quest and other cutting-edge topics in compiling more than 125 nationally award-winning newspaper columns by Kyle Huckins, a white clergyman in a predominantly black denomination and veteran newsman. Whether bridging the country’s growing racial divide, examining terrorism's rise or explaining evangelical beliefs, Huckins details the relevant facts and imparts biblical truth. The author pays a goodly amount of attention to race relations, forming a major part of the work. The 2016 election and contemporary social and civic questions considered from a spiritual standpoint take up another section. The last segment is made up of columns primarily about the theological, including biblical questions and profiles of famous Christians. The Bible is interwoven throughout along with research, interviews and other information on a wide variety of topics. Huckins has an earned doctorate in journalism and completed substantial graduate work in theology. His column on faith has won awards from the Religion Newswriters Association, the world's largest group of journalists covering spirituality; Evangelical Press Association, the nation's biggest organization of Christian publications; National Association of Black Journalists, the most considerable entity for those detailing the African-American experience; and Amy Foundation, the country's premier advocate for theology in secular media. The writings also have taken several honors from the Indiana Society of Professional Journalists, including best coverage of issues concerning minorities. A church-group Bible study and college course guides for theology and journalism/media classes using the book are available through the work's website, www.racefaithandpoliticstoday.com.