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Beyond the Color Barrier: Q&A

In this 40 minute question and answer portion of “Beyond the Color Barrier” Derek Mondeau (InterVarsity) facilitates audience-driven questions to be answered by both Anthony Bradley and Soong-Chan Rah. This … 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

Women and Their Front Porch

Full of laughs, Kristie Anyabwile and Jamie Love chop it up and talk about what their front porches were like. From small-town to big porches, these ladies talk about how their front porches were training grounds for young women, boundaries for young men, a refuge for family and friends, and a display of African-American culture.

Pitfalls of Theology

How does Reformed theology keep Christians from falling into self-righteousness? Thabiti Anyabwile weighs in, ultimately saying that despite man’s sin, Reformed theology helps us better see he who keeps Christians, … Continue reading

Barriers to Reformed Theology

Ken Jones talks about the many barriers, on both sides, that hinder African-American Christians from intentionally embracing Reformed theology. He explains how other ethnicities can better appreciate the unique context … Continue reading

What is ‘Reformed Theology’?

Thabiti Anyabwile walks through what it means to be a Reformed Christian, explaining it as he would to one of his own church members.

“Manhood Restored” Book Review

The three ole’ heads are on The Front Porch, choppin’ it up and reviewing Eric Mason’s book, “Manhood Restored: How the Gospel Makes Men Whole.” Discussing everything from Mason’s confessions about … Continue reading

What is The Front Porch?

The Front Porch is a place for conversations about biblical faithfulness in African-American churches and beyond. Hear Louis Love, Thabiti Anyabwile, and Tony Carter chop it up and talk about what that means.

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.

Ken Jones on Being Reformed

Ken Jones weighs in on how the early Christian creeds define what it means to be Reformed, and why TULIP and the five sola’s are not necessarily a part of … Continue reading