BOOK REVIEW: Bloodlines by John Piper

  Stories of racial tension dominated much of the news cycle in our country last year, especially in the wake of Freddie Gray’s death in Baltimore and the AME church massacre in Charleston, SC. Ethnocentric pride is practically as old as sin itself. Yet there are times when it seems to rear its ugly head in a new way, reminding all of us that the battle against sin is far from over.