A Parable on Racial Relations

A certain man went down from Morocco to South Africa and fell among slave-traders, which stripped him of his raiment, and brought him to America. They beat him and left him half dead in the ghetto. His brother saw him in the way, but he had no resources to help. He begged for help fromContinue reading “A Parable on Racial Relations”

On Racial Dialogue in Evangelicalism

I’ve noticed something in my study of ethnic relations in the church. It is that often the white majority simply ignore the minorities. We see the social justice movement and we read the books. And we point out again and again the hermeneutical issues of the social justice movement. It is not wrong to critiqueContinue reading “On Racial Dialogue in Evangelicalism”

Philipp Spener and the Origins of Pietism

This week in the podcast, I read a paper by my classmate Kristian Römer. He is a fellow Ph.D. student here at BJU and we have been in a number of classes together. Romer, Peter Theologian Paper