Civil Rights Movement
- The Slow WorkEpisode 7|34minThe Year of Jubilee with Cindy MorganThrough joy and sorrow, the tapestry of our lives is woven to create something beautiful.
- Beware Drawing Bright Lines Between Evangelical and Ecumenical ProtestantsThe divisions between these “parties” are important. So are the divisions within them.
- The Image of God in ‘Invisible Man’Ralph Ellison’s novel depicts the quest for personal dignity in a society determined to deny it.
- We’ve Sung ‘Amazing Grace’ for 250 Years. We’ve Only Just Begun.Why John Newton’s famous hymn is still so powerful after so long.
- When Churches Put Love at the CenterHow "beloved community" helps us envision tangible ways to embody kingdom values.
- Why John Perkins Didn’t Want More White Christians like Jonathan EdwardsA violent and sinful history calls for a clearer presentation of the gospel.español
- Fannie Lou Hamer’s Fight for First-Class CitizenshipRemembering a courageous civil rights activist whose name and story are too little known.
- America Has Tried Three ‘Narratives of Belonging.’ None Worked as Planned.How a sober look at failed projects of nationalism can help Christians envision a better way.
- The River of Justice Flows DownhillWe can make modest progress through human effort, but only God can deliver true equity.
- Were You There?Can a follower of Christ claim salvation through his crucifixion, but then consent to the suffering racial injustice imposes on others?