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Where John Piper and Other Evangelicals Stand on Black Lives Matter
Stats on the racial reconciliation debate spanning from InterVarsity's Urbana conference to Russell Moore's NYT op-ed.
that churches are part of the problem when it comes to racism. said that churches play an important role in racial reconciliation. [CT has reported on how African Americans in multiethnic
Russell Moore and John Perkins Reflect on Racism at ERLC SummitSubscriber Access Only
'I could have never known that we would be sitting here together,' said Perkins to fellow Mississippi native.
congregations are predominantly non-white, with African Americans and Hispanics Recent surveys indicate that black and white evangelicals think role of the sin of racism in Ferguson.
Behind Ferguson: How Black and White Christians Think Differently About RaceSubscriber Access Only
Findings from significant study of religion and race in America inform debate over reactions to Michael Brown's death.
to 14%); as well as all Americans (13% to become trending hashtags, a reflection from African-American pastor CT regularly reports on diversity, racism, segregation, and reconciliation
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Why ‘Being Christian Without the Church’ Fails the Good Friday Test
Why ‘Being Christian Without the Church’ Fails the Good Friday Test
According to the gospel of John, the cross casts us into community.
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