By Unbelievable? | Listen | 1hr 27m
Published in August of 2020

SUMMARY: From protests to Black Lives Matter to critiques of white fragility to critical race theory host Justin Brierley talks with theologian Dr. Drew Hart and Christian sociologist Dr. George Yancy about how the church can respond to each issue. Comprehensive and thought provoking with a focus on bringing action back to the pragmatic.

KEY QUOTE: “In the church if we really take seriously human depravity and can approach each other with humility – and also try to think what is best for the other person, and that is against our depraved nature…as we try to shape solutions I think that we could (be) a seed change.”

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