- David Platt: We Take the Gospel to the Nations, as the NationsThe Great Commission strikes at the heart of an Americanized gospel.
- The Image of God in ‘Invisible Man’Ralph Ellison’s novel depicts the quest for personal dignity in a society determined to deny it.
- A Tale of Two Books, One Podcast, and the Contest over Christian NationalismAnswering Stephen Wolfe’s arguments for blood, soil, and sedition.
- Meet the Scholar-Activist Who Changed Baptist Minds on RaceT. B. Maston’s views on integration were controversial at his seminary. Today, they deserve a fresh hearing.
- The Arc of White Evangelical Racism Is Long, but ComplicatedAnthea Butler’s book isn’t for those who don’t like being challenged, but her account leaves out important nuance.
- Died: Frank Barker Jr., PCA Founder with Passion for EvangelismHe personally led more than 10,000 to Christ and grew Briarwood Presbyterian from a storefront to a megachurch.
- The Missing Word in Our Reckonings on RaceTwo pastors advocate reparations for victims of white supremacy.
- In Charleston, Racial Healing Meant More Than Hugs and Unity MarchesAs the first anniversary of the 2015 church massacre neared, public shows of support masked private tensions. But cracks were appearing in the city’s segregated silos.
- Where We Got It WrongCT’s greatest essays of old still speak today. But on civil rights, we failed our readers.
- John Perkins Has Hope for Racial Reconciliation. Do We?The civil rights hero delivers his “final manifesto” on race and the church’s call to unity.