58 years before last summer’s national reckoning on race a pastor in Atlanta, Georgia reflecting on a summer of protests referred to it as a monumental “summer of discontent.” For many Christians in the pulpit and in the pews, summer 2020 is our summer of discontent and our moment to…


After publishing an essay on Critical Race Theory (CRT), I debated Neil Shenvi, a Christian apologist prominent among Christians who are very concerned about CRT on the Unbelievable? podcast. The vigorous exchange prompted many to scrutinize my faith and positions on race, racism, and its remedies. …


Christians in America live in a time of great racial tension. Cries for justice flood the streets and dominate our national discourse. The killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and many others sparked hashtags that read BLACK LIVES MATTER in what some consider the largest protest movement…


Jonathan Isaac’s Stand for Gospel of Individualism

In the NBA’s second night of re-opening following the COVID-19 shutdown, and unexpected counter-protest emerged. While the rest of his Orlando Magic teammates of all ethnicities wore NBA approved warm up shirts emblazoned with #BlackLivesMatter in solidarity with the movement that has shone light on racial injustices, Jonathan Isaac, a…

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