Native of the Land? Deriving an Ethic of Intercultural Relations from Exodus, Part 1

I thought I might share a research project I put together during my seminary days.  It will take a quite a few parts.  Enjoy. Racism lingers more subtly than perhaps any of humanity’s stubborn pathologies. It is certainly true vicious racial hatred is a hallmark of American and Southern Baptist history. However, the sin of […]

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