Love, Listening, and Christ Likeness in our Public Discourse: Where Do We Go After Ferguson

Cultural miscommunication was acute during 2014. Over the past year it became apparent that many conservative, white Americans find it difficult to understand how anyone could be opposed to the political concepts such as limited, constitutional government and an emphasis on law and order.  As the logic goes, “If we all just mind our own […]

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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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