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Reparations and Reconciliation: Biblical or Worldly, Necessary or Impossible? (Session 7, Just Gospel 2019)

Dr. Eric Mason (Epiphany Fellowship) delivers an address on the topic or reparations, arguing that it’s consistent with biblical teaching and cosmos-regenerating work of Christ.

Where Are We Now? The State of Reconciliation in the Church (Session 6, Just Gospel 2019)

Pastor Louis Love (New Life Fellowship Church) moderates a panel discussion with Jemar Tisby (The Witness), Dr. Korie Edwards (The Ohio State University), Dr. Curtis Woods (Kentucky Baptist Convention), Latasha … Continue reading

“Race” and “Racial Identity” Panel (Session 4, Just Gospel 2019)

Pastor Vermon Pierre (Roosevelt Community Church) leads this discussion with Dr. Jarvis Williams (The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary), Dr. Eric Mason (Epiphany Fellowship), Pastor Leon Brown (Montage Church), and Pastor … Continue reading

How Should We Understand “Race” and “Racial Identity” (Session 3, Just Gospel 2019)

Pastor Leon Brown (Montage Church) presents a biblical understanding of “race” and “racial identity.”

Preaching and Practicing Reconciliation in the Local Church (Session 2, Just Gospel 2019)

Pastor Garrett Kell of Del Ray Baptist Church provides pastoral teaching and guidance regarding reconciliation in the local church. Just Gospel 2019

“One New Man” Really? A Theology of Reconciliation (Session 1, Just Gospel 2019)

Dr. Jarvis Williams kicks off Just Gospel ’19 with a systematic treatment of “reconciliation.”

Hitting Reset on Conversations about “Race,” Racism and the Church

A series of posts defining and detailing important concepts like “race,” “racialized,” “white privilege,” and the problem with “color-blind” approaches to theology and society.

Fragmentary Notes on Mark’s Gospel (Mark 1)

A New Year’s resolution from Mark 1: keep picking men, praying to God, preaching the gospel, and providing needs.

What I Believe About the Bible (A Poem)

What I believe about the Bible is really simple. It’s the basis of the Good News that’s called the Gospel. In Second Timothy, chapter three, and the seventeenth verse, The … Continue reading

How Black Is the Bible?

Imagine that we are members of a local church having a cookout, and the honored guests are Black characters from the Bible. I’d dare say that many of us would be surprised by who shows up.

On Being “Biblical”

What do you mean when you say “biblical”?

A Mordecai Moment: An Ordinary Man’s Response to a Crisis

Louis Love walks us through nine insights from the book of Esther that reflect how Christians ought to respond in the times of the Fergusons, Garners, and Rices. C’mon up and joint he conversation during these “Mordecai Moments.”