Episode 40: Where the Gospel Meets Racial Reconciliation Pt. 2

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Christians say that eventually people of every ethnicity will worship God together, but what happens when we try to form that unity now? We return to the story that launched this podcast and pick up where we left off. Sojourn Church Midtown experiences both loss and joy while continuing their vision to become a multi-ethnic church.

Featuring Dr. Jamaal Williams.

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CREDITS

This episode was produced and written by Rachel Szabo. This episode was mixed by Anna Tran.

Senior Production by Jesse Eubanks.

Hosted by Jesse Eubanks and Rachel Szabo.

Soundtrack music from Murphy DX, Blue Dot Sessions, Podington Bear and Lee Rosevere.

Thank you to our interviewees: Jamaal Williams, Alex O’Nan, LB O’Nan, Angelica Santiago, Robinson Francois, Karey Allen and Dottie Smith.

RESOURCES

The Gospel, Race & Justice series

Book: Divided by Faith by Christian Smith and Michael Emerson

Book: Beyond Racial Gridlock by George Yancey

Video: Race in America by Phil Vischer

Article: A Biblical Critique of Secular Justice and Critical Theory by Tim Keller

Article: American Racism – We’ve Got So Very Far to Go by David French

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