Tag Archives: racial reconciliation

Some more questions and a few thoughts on the church, race and social justice

A while back, I penned some thoughts about questions I had as it relates to issues of race and the church found here. I specifically directed my questions at those who feel like the cause of battling white supremacy takes … 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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On #LivingRocks, throwing stones and racial reconciliation

Well, I’ll get to the point. The other day, Dr. Russell Moore penned this piece in the New York Times, A White Church No More. In it, he argues that the swelling support of Trump by evangelicals belies a white … Continue reading

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