Taelor Gray gives a sharp rebuke to some Evangelicals’ indifference and insincerity towards race relations, and uses James 2 to argue for change.
Subscribe to the podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/pass-the-mic/id766830494?mt=2 “Dynamic Voices For A Diverse Church” Pass The Mic is the premier podcast of the Reformed African American Network. Every month Jemar and Phillip sit down with voices from across the reformed movement with the mission of addressing the core concerns of African Americans biblically. Find out more at RAANetwork.org […]
As I’ve argued elsewhere, there is not a direct correlation between the racial reconciliation of Jews and Gentiles to God, and to one another in the bible and the need for reconciliation in the evangelical movement. Yet, the bible’s teaching of reconciliation in Christ certainly applies to the racist past and present struggle with race […]
Tyler is joined by pastor Kevin Smith to discuss a number of topics including church planting as well as his new role as the president of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe – iTunes – Satchel – RSS Social – @_PassTheMic – Facebook
Jemar Tisby directs us to a seven-part series entitled, “Race and the American Church”, by Otis Pickett that surveys the U.S. church’s interplay with racial dynamics.
This article appeared on Karen’s personal blog on December 17, 2015. It has been reposted with her permission. —– On this silent Advent night, I’ve invited my sister and friend Sarah Lewis to share her thoughts on the extra-ordinary humanity of the little family of Promise. I’m honored to carry her meditation on my blog. […]
Some of the mainline evangelical conferences are dominated with white leadership and speakers with very little or zero black and brown representation. Evangelical leaders who claim to care deeply about reconciliation and representation fail to show this when they create their conferences’ speakers list. Some evangelical conferences have either all or predominately white speakers and […]
Throughout every civilization, country, and city, people have tried to figure out how to fix society’s problems. We have heard multiple generations say, “Our generation was nothing like this one.” They often speak as if their generation lacked the need for the Gospel more than the next. Sin was just as potent then, as it is […]
Why are non-white voices absent in certain parts of the evangelical movement? There are perhaps many different and valid answers to this question. Could one answer be intellectual racism? I define intellectual racism as the belief that certain races are intellectually superior or inferior due to one’s race. Below, I offer a short discussion of […]
Recently I wrote an article that got a lot of attention for its content, but I believe some missed the heart behind it. There is a racially charged problem in our society. These events have taken place on the streets of some of our most prominent cites, and most recently, our universities. These events have […]
Tyler is joined by Thabiti Anyabwile to discuss several topics including faith and politics, the recent events taking place surrounding the University of Missouri, as well as his new book: Reviving the Black Church: New Life for a Sacred Institution Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe – iTunes – RSS Social – @_PassTheMic […]