Christian Living

Distinctively Christian? An Additional Response to Reverend Kevin DeYoung

In our previous essay, “Sanctifying the Status Quo: A Response to Reverend Kevin DeYoung,” we examined the methodology that undergirds Kevin DeYoung’s critical review of our book, Reparations: A Christian…
Books & Reviews

Sanctifying the Status Quo: A Response to Reverend Kevin DeYoung

“I must confess that over the past few years I have been gravely disappointed with the white moderate. I have almost reached the regrettable conclusion that the Negro's great stumbling…
Theology

What Has Held Us Will Hold Us (Part 2)

In the first installment of this series the aim was to remind those of us who have made the choice to #leaveLOUD, that Christ is the “founder and perfecter of…
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Christian Living
What Has Held Us Will Hold Us (Part 1)
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Christian Living
The Christian and CRT, an Interlude: The Most Segregated Hour and Liberal Integrationism
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Culture/Ethnicity
Rapping with the Reyes’ Part 2
Culture/Ethnicity
Rapping with the Reyes’ Part 1
Apologetics
The Christian and Critical Race Theory, Part 8: the Harvard Story and the Birth of “Critical Race Theory”
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Christian Living
Jesus and the Vulnerability of Friendship
ApologeticsCulture/Ethnicity
February 18, 2021

The Christian and Critical Race Theory, Part 8: the Harvard Story and the Birth of “Critical Race Theory”

As we read in our LAST POST, CRT emerged not only as a critical intervention in a particular institutional contestation over race but also as a race intervention in a…
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September 24, 2020

Politics and the Christian Faith: Thoughts on John MacArthur’s Statement

There is no such thing as a "Christian vote", only a Christian who votes.
Apologetics
November 25, 2017

Urban Apologetics 3: Collective Restoration and Well-Being

Black people know we are not physically, psychologically, socially or economically well. Sometimes people in urban communities blame Christianity with being a major player in the destruction of Black well-being.
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