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We've been told America is a Christian country. Yet, we've all heard the misguided assumption that "America is not ready for a black president." In a country of racial diversity like the U.S., leadership must transcend race. Jesus Christ is not prejudiced. Therefore, denying votes to somebody because of their skin color raises serious questions about American Christianity. If (white) Christians are so prejudiced against the black man in America, why do they send bibles and missionaries to preach the love of God in Africa? America is not ready for a black president, but is ready to share her Jesus with Africans? Christians would not vote for a black president, but would share communion with black people? How about if, in response to the prayer for a "God-fearing" president, God chooses a black person to lead the country? Dealing with these issues in a way that will move America forward and salvage her image are the thrust of this book.