Tag Archives: Race

The church in the age of MLK: the culture and us

Thanks to the memory section on Facebook, an article written by Dr. Anthony Bradley popped up from two years that I shared titled The KKK, Selma, and Southern Christianity. It was a raw reflection from seeing the movie Selma but … Continue reading

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On conservatives and race: do black lives really matter to the right?

In my last post, I addressed an issue of priorities that drives politically conservative Christians to not only be drawn to the GOP but also feel compelled to endorse it’s candidate to uphold priorities. Specifically, I noted issues of life … Continue reading

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Race, grace, and the work of the church

In the midst of this Labor Day weekend, I was reminded of a piece I wrote for my church’s newsletter last year after a trip to St. Louis and thought I’d share it here. Normally my Labor Day weekends are … Continue reading

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Another look at racial tension and stuff that divides Christ’s church

There’s been a lot of talk about race in the church of late, the need to talk about it, the need for reconciliation, the need to get gatherings to talk about it so that we can be reconciled, the need … Continue reading

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Some honest thoughts on #BlackLivesMatter, the church and real reconciliation

I actually started drafting this post some time ago, like a few months ago. When I first started the draft, it was a really tough post for me to write because it involves some issues that are near and dear to … Continue reading

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