Video What Happens After We Die? April 20, 2020 | Ray Ortlund Share Share Tweet Tweet Email More Videos Social Sanity Book Club Chapter 9: Posting Well Ruth Chou Simons • Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra Ruth Chou Simons and Sarah Zylstra discuss the positive and negative aspects of having a larger online voice. Social Sanity Book Club Chapter 8: Choosing to Stay or Go Emily Jensen • Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra Emily Jensen explains how much we can gain when we deactivate our social media accounts. Does My Identity Determine Whether I Can Share My Opinions? Rebecca McLaughlin Rebecca McLaughlin argues that Christians should be slow to speak and quick to listen—while recognizing how our voices can be powerful in loving others. Is Anti-Racism Biblical? Rebecca McLaughlin Rebecca McLaughlin looks at the term ‘anti-racism’ from a biblical perspective and helps us discern which aspects of anti-racism we should affirm or disregard. “The biblical understanding is, right now, this existence is a living death, and we are on our way to the life which is truly life, including bodily resurrection.” Advertise on TGC Ray Ortlund (ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary; MA, The University of California, Berkeley; PhD, University of Aberdeen, Scotland) is president of Renewal Ministries, and an Emeritus Council member of The Gospel Coalition. He founded Immanuel Church in Nashville, Tennessee, and now serves from Immanuel as Pastor to Pastors. Ray has authored a number of books, including The Gospel: How The Church Portrays The Beauty of Christ and Marriage and the Mystery of the Gospel. He and his wife, Jani, have four children.