The Double-Minded Church: Spiritual Formation and the Impractical Theology of Race

This week, I was in Decatur, Georgia and presented at ChurchWorks, a Cooperative Baptist Fellowship conference for ministers of spiritual formation and education.  I, along with several others, spoke about the theological rumblings and ruminations of our shared ministry with Christ.  I will present part one of the message here: “Jesus loves the little children/ […]

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Pledging Racism

A University of Alabama sorority is being accused of racism after an article is published by its student- run paper, The Crimson White.  In “The Final Barrier: 50 years later, segregation still exists,” it is alleged that several sororities prevented women from pledging because of the social construct of race.  Despite being institutions of learning, some campuses remained […]

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The Necessity of Affirmative Action Today

Today, a New York Times article discussed the Supreme Court’s task to determine the necessity of affirmative action in determining admission into institutions of higher education in the case of Fisk vs. University of Texas in “A Changed Court Revisits Affirmative Action in College Admissions.” NBC Nightly News’ Brian Williams asked tonight in his summary of this […]

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