Jason Cook delivers a message reminding us that a disciple is one who loves both God and neighbor.
Collin Hansen and Shai Linne on how the church can strive for unity and offer a compelling witness to the world.
This critical review of Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Renewal seeks to provide a theological assessment of the book’s theological claims. For at the heart of Reparations is a moral argument—indeed, a Christian argument—about justice.
Love across racial difference isn’t just a modern, progressive ideal. It’s a biblical ideal. Interracial love is part of our inheritance in Christ.
Trent Hunter and the elders at Heritage Bible Church in Greer, South Carolina did a nice job of turning the “Thinking Theologically About Racial Tensions” blog series into a free eBook with questions at the end of each piece for their congregation.