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A Dialogue on Racism and Christian Racial Reconciliation Final Reply from Dennae

Scott, I (Dennae) write this final installment, alone. I affirm everything Andrew and I have written together up to this point, but now I want to write as one…

A Dialogue on Racism and Christian Racial Reconciliation Final Post from Scott Allen

Final post from Scott Allen Dear Andrew and Dennae, I’m impressed by the time and care you’ve put into your responses, and am sincerely grateful for the opportunity to…

A Dialogue on Racism and Christian Racial Reconciliation, Response — 2

Response 2 Dear Scott, We remain encouraged that you have initiated a dialogue with us as fellow Christians even in the midst of significant tension. We respect you for…

A Dialogue on Racism and Christian Racial Reconciliation — Post 2

Post 2 Dear Andrew and Dennae, Thank you for the thoughtful response. I enjoyed reading it and getting a better sense of your heart. You focused most of your…

A Dialogue on Racism and Christian Racial Reconciliation — Response 1

Response 1 from Andrew Stravitz and Dennae Pierre Dear Scott, We appreciate the invitation, thank you for extending it. While there is much required of our leadership during this…

A Dialogue on Racism, and Christian Racial Reconciliation

In June I published an article titled Race in America: Two Opposing Narratives. One narrative (the seemingly dominant one) emphasizes systemic injustice and institutional racism. It views the problems…

What is Justice?

Is this justice? Conformity to God’s moral standard as revealed in the Ten Commandments and the Royal Law: “love your neighbor as yourself.” Justice involves giving people their due…

Tim Keller’s Strong Warning Against Postmodern Critical Theory

About two weeks ago, Tim Keller published an article titled A Biblical Critique of Secular Justice and Critical Theory in a series he is writing on race relations. I…

Black Lives Matter and Reflections on Racism

Darrow’s never again story from Ghana In a dark dungeon I stood with a broken heart on centuries-old dry excrement. I was visiting the Cape Coast Castle in Ghana,…

Race in America: Two Opposing Narratives

The horrific murder of George Floyd on May 25 by a police officer in Minneapolis has renewed a sincere cry from many evangelical leaders, pastors and organizations to speak…

The Corona Virus and the Creation Mandate

Like you and the rest of the world, my dear wife and I have been wondering aloud about the Coronavirus — when it will end, will we survive, and…

COVID 19 An Opportunity To Demonstrate Compassion

How should Christians and Christian churches respond to the global Covid-19 pandemic? I’d like to encourage us to see this crisis as an opportunity unlike any in our lifetime—an…

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