Dr. Vincent Bacote, director of the center for applied Christian ethics and professor of theology, came through The Front Porch to share about his life and ministry, specifically how he wrestled with becoming a professor instead of a senior pastor or a para-church worker. He studied Abraham Kuyper to better get a grasp on cultural engagement. C’mon up and join the conversation.

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Tony Carter

Tony Carter

Anthony Carter (MA, Reformed Theological Seminary) is lead pastor of East Point Church in East Point, Georgia, an organizing member of the Council of Reforming Churches, and a Council member of The Gospel Coalition. He is the author of several books, including Black and Reformed: Seeing God’s Sovereignty in the African-American Christian Experience. Anthony and his wife, Adriane, have five children.


  • Avatar DPalmer says:

    Great interview. That’s is a timely message, I like the answer of how we respond to past theologians whom we don’t agree with on culture issues. Being African American that is pretty common, to engage those who uphold or cosign on the institution of slavery. Also how we should also read those whom we don’t agree with, and figure out why we don’t agree.

  • Avatar Tony Carter says:

    Thanks D. It is always good to be reminded of the transcendent nature of truth. Thanks for coming on the Porch and sharing your thoughts.

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