Q & A: John Piper on Racism, Reconciliation, and Theology after Trayvon Martin's Death
Christine A. Scheller is a Christianity Today advisory editor, news and religion editor at UrbanFaith.com, and leadership editor at TheHighCalling.org.
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Scheller separately interviewed Piper for Urban Faith.
Previous Christianity Today coverage on cultural and racial reconciliation includes:
A Savvy Peacemaker Building across Missouri's Race Lines | From city council meetings to street corners, Lorenzo Lawson is shaping a more just Columbia, Missouri. (February 23, 2012)
Sherwood Baptist Partners with a Black Church to Bring Racial Healing | The church behind 'Facing the Giants,' 'Fireproof,' and 'Courageous' partners with an African American congregation to bring reconciliation to a Georgia town. (September 30, 2011)
More Free, At Least | Racial Reconciliation is making some unexpected demands on me. (November 12, 2007)
Previous articles on John Piper include:
John Piper: I Was Racist | How the pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church went from a self-described racist to an adoptive father of an African American. An excerpt from 'Bloodlines.' (September 21, 2011)
Q&A: John Piper on 'Think' | Also, why the high-profile pastor and author invited Rick Warren to Desiring God's national conference and how he has been spending his 8-month leave of absence. (October 4, 2010)
John Piper v. Rick Warren Postponed | Despite controversial invitation, Rick Warren missed the Desiring God conference due to family health incidents. (October 4, 2010)