Kimberlé Crenshaw argued in her 2011 article, “Twenty Years of Critical Race Theory,” that “what nourished CRT and facilitated its growth from a collection of institutional and discursive interventions into … Continue reading
Recently, I had the privilege of talking with a group of Christians who work at Spotify. They’ve formed a group, Christians@, who support and encourage one another in Jesus as … Continue reading
Policing has been a subject of discussion in our country for a long time. The recent murders of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and countless others by the police, puts it back on the front page. Now, it’s on The Front Porch.
In this episode, Thabiti and Louis discuss policing from their unique perspectives as pastors. C’mon up and join the conversation.
Bell’s work signaled a return to the more “radical” elements of W.E.B. Du Bois, Oliver C. Cox, Stokely Carmichael, and even Dr. King.
Why do New Testament authors speak of both the necessity of Christian obedience for final salvation and justification by faith alone and salvation by grace through faith?
Pastor John Onwuchekwa explains why he’s leaving the Southern Baptist Convention after nine years of ministry.
Videos from Dr. Tony Evans, Pastor Vermon Pierre and Phil Vischer provide a good overview for the uninitiated
The Christian and Critical Race Theory, Part 2: The Segregationist Discourse and Civil Rights Retrenchment
To tell the story of the rise of critical race theory historically, we have to consider the segregationist and anti-Civil Rights context that spawned it.
The behavior of racists reveals God has handed them over to his wrath in this present evil age and they need the only kind of repentance that saves from God’s wrath.
One church laments together, bringing both pain and trust to God our Father
Going out for a morning run should be routine for those who enjoy running. Not so for many Black men. Louis talks with Stephen about a routine run turned racist and could have cost him his life.
An exploration of the apathy that sometimes marks the experience of Black men and women in white evangelical churches