Reconciliation or Antiracism? A Webinar with CT
What is the biblical call to justice? Christina Barland Edmondson, Derwin L. Gray, Chad Brennan, and Darrell Bock discuss the implications from the Scriptures to aid our witness in today's world on race and reconciliation.
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Multiethnic Church Leadership
Dr. Derwin L. Gray explores presents God's theological vision for a multiethnic church in his Seminary Now course.
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Chad Brennan and Christina Edmondson presents biblical wisdom and guidance for systemic change through their video curriculum, based on their book 'Faithful Antiracism.'
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Christina Barland Edmondson
Christina Barland Edmondson is a higher education instructor, organizational consultant, and co-host of the Truth's Table podcast. Christina holds a PhD in counseling psychology from Tennessee State University, an MS degree in family therapy from the University of Rochester, and a bachelor's degree in sociology from Hampton University.
Chad Brennan is coordinator of the Race, Religion, and Justice Project, and founder of Renew Partnerships, a Christian research and consulting ministry that focuses on diversity and race in faith-based organizations.
Derwin Gray is adjunct professor at Northern Seminary and the founding and lead pastor of Transformation Church, a multiethnic, multigenerational, mission-shaped community near Charlotte, NC. He is the author of four books, including The High-Definition Leader: Building Multiethnic Churches in a Multiethnic World.
Darrell Bock is professor of New Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. Dr. Bock has earned international recognition as a Humboldt Scholar (Tübingen University in Germany), for his work in Luke-Acts, and in Jesus’ examination before the Jews. He has been a New York Times best-selling author in nonfiction and has authored many books and publications.
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