The GospelRacial Reconciliation

The GospelRacial Reconciliation In the kingdom of God it is not us against them The problem of racism stretches back as far humanity s origin in the book of Genesis Brother pitted against brother tribe against tribe people have wa

  • Title: The GospelRacial Reconciliation
  • Author: Russell D. Moore Andrew T. Walker
  • ISBN: 9781433690464
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In the kingdom of God, it is not us against them The problem of racism stretches back as far humanity s origin in the book of Genesis Brother pitted against brother, tribe against tribe people have warred against one another, fueled by contempt for racial differences Yet the gospel is a message of reconciliation The kingdom of God is us reconciled to one another EditIn the kingdom of God, it is not us against them The problem of racism stretches back as far humanity s origin in the book of Genesis Brother pitted against brother, tribe against tribe people have warred against one another, fueled by contempt for racial differences Yet the gospel is a message of reconciliation The kingdom of God is us reconciled to one another Editors Russell Moore and Andrew T Walker of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission ERLC assemble leading voices to frame the issues with a gospel centered perspective The Gospel for Life series gives every believer a biblically saturated understanding of the most urgent issues facing our culture today, because the gospel is for all of life.

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    1. I read this in conjunction with taking part in a weekly one-hour conversation with several other believers from Ashland Ave. Baptist Church and Main Street Baptist Church located in Lexington, KY over a six week period in the Spring of 2017. These issues were already an object of concern in my own growth as a follower of Christ. While the information and instruction contained in these pages was familiar to me as well as being Biblical, and thus helpful, what has made the overall experience most [...]

    2. A very thought-provoking and relevant read. As someone who has been asking questions regarding the topic and only been met with statements akin to "If you have to ask questions, then you're part of the problem", it was incredibly refreshing to read the contributor's articles. If you're new to the topic, or even still wading through it, it's an absolute essential for every born-again Christian.

    3. Excellent resource for the ongoing conversation. A great group of pastor-theologians giving really good insight and very practical steps in the right direction.

    4. Biblical, practical, and extremely helpful when it comes to understanding the intersection of race and the gospel.

    5. A Culture with No ExcuseThree of my four boys are volunteer fire fighters, so when they get together, the stories pile up, one upon another, and the youngest of the three will, inevitably, be reminded (repeatedly) of his lowly status. He’s a “probie,” a probationary fire fighter — new, full of enthusiasm, but not necessarily full of experience or know-how. That’s me on the topic of racial reconciliation. However, even here in rural Maine where we’re a pretty homogeneous bunch, I don [...]

    6. In June B&H began The Gospel for Life Series, edited by Russell Moore and Andrew Walker, which connects the gospel message with everyday life issues. Both Moore and Walker serve at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention and, Moore especially, have written and spoken extensively on gospel responses to the ethical issues Christian’s face.gospel-and-religious-libertyThe books are structured around answering five questions: What are we for?, What [...]

    7. Most of us would not consider ourselves as racists. So no harm in picking up the book so that we can gain some knowledge as it may be useful for ministry. Or so I thoughtThis tiny book was outstanding. I appreciate how the application and reflection was built upon a sturdy theological foundation. When a "controversial" or "hush-hush" issue is presented in such a manner, us readers would have no choice but to confront the reality of sin in our own lives. Nobody likes to talk much about such topic [...]

    8. I had high expectations for this short work, it surpassed all of them. In a short amount of pages editors Russell Moore and Andrew Walker have packed in a host of helpful resources. Due to multiple authors, there is a bit of overlapping material, and some chapters are stronger than others. Yet, as a whole, this was encouraging, convicting, and helpful. I especially benefited from the chapter written by D.A. Horton and Matthew J. Hall. Encourage all to read.

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