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 have on the future of American Christianity and offers a practical challenge in carrying out God’s reconciling work both on Grounds and beyond. See also the Q&A that followed this talk.

This talk is sponsored by the Center for Christian Study, InterVarsity, Reformed University Fellowship, OneWay, Asian InterVarsity and SILT at the University of Virginia; it was hosted there.

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2 responses to “Beyond the Color Barrier: The Gospel, Race and the Future of Christianity in America”

  1. Tabulous says:


    You may have given the best example of White Privilege that I have ever heard when you explained what you have to do in the 1st 5 mins. of day 1 compared to a While professor. I haven’t finished listening to the talk yet… but felt the need to write that comment.

    To God be the Glory!!!

  2. jeremy jackson says:

    This is a breath of fresh air as a black reformer. Praise God for this site and much needed, centuries overdue discussion.

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