Hometown Hatred and the Gospel of Inclusion, Part 3

Continuing on the issue of racial reconciliation and the gospel, I want to provide some links and resources for those of you interested in going deeper. This list is not exhaustive by any means, but it is a good starting point for further reading. In the following post, I will provide some Scripture texts and commentary on this issue as well.

John Piper: (transcript and audio available)

>> Why Deal with Racial Issues?
>> How and Why Bethlehem Pursues Ethic Diversity
>> Abortion, Race, Gender, and Christ
>> Racial Reconciliation
>> Every Race to Reign and Worship
>> The Meaning and Significance of Race, Part 1
>> The Meaning and Significance of Race, Part 2 (audio only)
>> Racial Harmony and the Gospel (audio only)
>> Race and Cross
>> The Ethics of Interracial Marriage
>> Interracial Marriage: Celebrating and Serving Diversity in Christ
>> Racial Harmony and Interracial Marriage
>> The Peril of Partiality
>> Class, Culture, and Ethnic Identity in Christ
>> Implications of Being Made in the Image of God (audio only)
>> Jesus Is the End of Ethnocentrism
>> Racial Diversity, Racial Harmony, and the Gospel Walk
>> The Reformed Faith and Racial Harmony

IX Marks Ministries:

>> Pastors’ and Theologians’ Forum on Race
>> Sam Lam: “Nine Lessons I Learned From Yellow (And One More)”
>> John Piper: “Did Moses Marry a Black Woman?”
>> D. A. Carson: “Five Steps for Racial Reconciliation on Sunday at 11 a.m.”
>> John Folmar: Pastoring a Multi-Ethnic Church
>> Thabiti Anyabwile: Many Ethnicities, One Race
>> Rickey Armstrong: Review of On Being Black and Reformed, by Anthony J. Carter
>> Anthony J. Carter: Review of From Every People and Nation, by J. Daniel Hays
>> Ken Jones: Review of The Faithful Preacher, by Thabiti Anyabwile
>> Eric C. Redmond: Review of Reconciliation Blues, by Edward Gilbreath
>> Juan R. Sanchez Jr.: Review of Being Latino in Christ, by Orlando Crespo
>> Jeremy Yong & Geoffrey Chang: Review of Growing Healthy Asian American Churches, edited by Peter Cha, S. Steve Kang, and Helen Lee

Thabiti Anyabwile:

>> Defining “Race”
>> What Race Does not Explain
>> Thabiti’s Top Ten Tips for Talking About Race
>> Jesus and Affirmative Action
>> Talking to Children About Race
>> Fiction

Justin Taylor:

>> Race Stuff 101
>> Race and Grace
>> Race and Barriers
>> Race and Responsibility


>> The PCA Pastoral Letter on Racism
>> All Churches Should Be Multiracial: The Biblical Case in Christianity Today
>> Elect from Every Nation by Paul Kjoss Helseth
>> Biblical Antidotes to Racism, Part 1 by Ronald Kalifungwa
>> Biblical Antidotes to Racism, Part 2 by Ronald Kalifungwa
>> The Divided Church by Anthony Bradley
>> Racial Reconciliation and the Christian Gospel by Tim Gombis
>> The Truth About Ethnicity by Phillip Way
>> ‘Mystery of the Gospel’ = Multi-ethnic Community? by Mark Robinson

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3 Comments on “Hometown Hatred and the Gospel of Inclusion, Part 3”

  1. cadawg Says:

    Thanks for the links to other resources.

  2. […] Resources on Race: Timmy Brister provides a host of links to resources dealing with the subject of […]

  3. […] Hometown Hatred and the Gospel of Inclusion by Timmy Brister (4 Part Series, September 2007) See his helpful resource page on racism. […]

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