Diann Holmes Davis's New Book 'The Great Divide: Prosperity or Ignorance' is a Compelling Account That Aims to Guide Young People in Their Journey
Recent release "The Great Divide: Prosperity or Ignorance" from Newman Springs Publishing author Diann Holmes Davis is a contemporary opus that brings attention not only to the religious advantages but also to the educational and cultural importance of Sunday school within the Black Church.
NEW YORK, January 7, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Diann Holmes Davis, a passionate teacher who began teaching by the age of 13 at her church as a Sunday-school teacher, has completed her new book “The Great Divide: Prosperity or Ignorance”: a well-versed study that aims to give virtue and insights which are grounded in a Christian education that invites the readers to reflect on their lives.
Diann writes, “A word fitly spoken is like apples in pictures of silver (Proverbs 25:11 KJV).
“The Sunday school is a religious educational resource that addresses not just faith but cultural and educational aspects in the black context. It is important because it reclaims the importance of educational aid and cultural resource to contemporary young people. Due to prosperity, technology, and the passing of laws, educational opportunities are available to all. One now has the opportunity to be whatever their heart desires with proper training and education. The Sunday school no longer has the significance it once had in a Christian’s life.
“This book explores the entelechy or philosophy of the potential of the Sunday school as praxis or way of life for its potentials of exploring culture and history well enough to be a guide for young people and children through life. It will also explore its principles and goals that can be accomplished by a Christian. Sunday school is a tool to help someone fear and love God, give virtue and insight grounded in Christian education as it allows a learner to reflect on their life.”
Published by Newman Springs Publishing, Diann Holmes Davis’s enthralling book explores Sunday school as a religious educational resource that addresses not just faith but cultural and educational aspects in the Black context.
This study intends to revisit the importance of Sunday school as an institution that helps to reinforce Black identity and culture.
Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase “The Great Divide: Prosperity or Ignorance” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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