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The Long History of Racism and Reformed Theology – Jemar Tisby at Covenant College

Abigail Murrish

Listen at Jemar shares his experience with racism in reformed theology, thoughts about the Westminster Catechism and the Sixth Commandment, an overview of the long history of racism in the American reformed tradition and what Godly grief over racism might look like.

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  1. Sean Cappar

    Lame. I imagine Tisby more than likely believes that God Himself is somewhat racist since He made clouds white. You people would do well to separate your ideas of social justice from theology because they simply don’t jive. In theology, when we talk about justice, we’re talking about God’s justice which is not something any of us should want to hasten. In other words, be careful what you ask (pray) for.

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