Tag: racism

From Culpability to Responsibility

Intro: silent prophets. In seminary I took an Old Testament class where the professor assigned a book by MLK jr. The idea was to see how Biblical Prophecy tended to be more about forth-telling than fore-telling.1  And by anyone’s standards,...

/ June 15, 2017

Three Evangelicals Walk into a Race Conversation

Before we can enter into meaningful discussions about race we must be realistic about the people having those conversations.

/ November 18, 2016

Should Our Churches Repent of the Sins of Our Fathers?

What is the biblical precedent supporting the PCA's decision to corporately repent of generational sin?

/ June 30, 2016

That Racist Chinese Laundry Commercial…

The tendency of Asian Americans to exclusively identify with victims rather than perpetrators of racism must be checked and rectified.

/ June 3, 2016

A Stone of Hope: MLK Jr.’s Perseverance Despite a Mountain of Despair

Martin Luther King Jr.'s resolve to fight for civil rights in the face of mounting adversity should encourage us to continue to pursue social justice.

/ January 18, 2016

Bernie Sanders, Liberty, and A S(k)in Issue

Can racism be reduced to a “sin issue”? Or is there something more specific in play?

/ September 16, 2015