Reading the Margins – 10.30.2015

Here are a couple things that the RM family found interesting this week:

The year-long Race and the Church conference in Richmond, VA may prove to be a very valuable resource for the Church.

Mathematics professor Francis Su posts a fascinating article about the place of grace in the discipline of teaching.

In honor of Reformation Day, Dr. Stephen Nichols explains why the Reformation is still relevant so many years later.

Friend of RM, Ekemini Uwan, challenged the GOP candidates to address the Black Lives Matter movement during Thursday’s debate. See also her article at Christianity Today that takes the question in a more ecclesial direction.

Finally, Paige Britton offers a brilliant piece of biblical theology that traces the theme of “The Lord’s Christ” through the whole canon.

Marcos Ortega

Marcos Ortega (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary) is an Assistant Pastor at Goodwill Church (Evangelical Presbyterian Church) and lives in the Hudson River Valley in New York with his wife and two daughters.

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