Talks

African-Americans in Missions

African-Americans are a part of a unique story in foreign missions that is seldom told. In this talk, originally given at CROSS, Tim steps into this rich history and discusses … Continue reading

Reformed Theology and Social Change (pt. 2)

This is the second part of Thabiti’s two-part lecture series at First Presbyterian (Columbia, SC) and Erskine Seminary. He was delivering the annual John L. Girardeau lectures. Girardeau (1825-1898) pastored a congregation of … Continue reading

Reformed Theology and the Status Quo (pt. 1)

This is the first part of Thabiti’s two-part lecture series at First Presbyterian (Columbia, SC) and Erskine Seminary. He was delivering the annual John L. Girardeau lectures. Girardeau (1825-1898) pastored a congregation of … Continue reading

Jonathan Edwards and American Racism: Can the Theology of a Slaveholder be Trusted by the Descendants of Slaves

In this talk, Thabiti Anyabwile answers the difficult question — should African-Americans in particular claim, regard highly, and trust the theology of a slave-holder? This question carries the freight of … Continue reading

Big God Theology: The Contributions and Challenges of African-American Theology

In this talk, Thabiti Anyabwile narrows the broad subject of African-American theology down to “Big God Theology” — a yearning that has existed in the African-American church historically for a … Continue reading

God Exposed: Exposition in Non-white Contexts

Hear Thabiti’s talk on how biblical exposition changes contexts, rather than contexts changing biblical, expositional preaching.

Beyond the Color Barrier: The Gospel, Race and the Future of Christianity in America

In this 50 minute lecture, Anthony Bradley presents a biblical theology of ethnicity (what is race/ethnicity according to God?). Soong-Chan Rah explores the impact that our shifting ethnic demographics will … Continue reading

Ethnicity and the Mission of God

Hear Thabiti Anyabwile discuss how ethnicity and the mission of God intersect.

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