LOCATION: Foundation Room, January 13, 2019 – March 17, 2019
We hear so much in the news about race. This experience of racial tension is discouraging and deeply problematic. Does the Bible have anything to say, specifically and concretely, about all of this? Does the Bible call us to actually engage? If so, how? Is “diversity and justice” a passing fad, or is it deeply rooted in God’s heart?
Come explore how Scripture speaks into contemporary issues of racial justice, privilege, systemic racism, community life, corporate sin, and more. Grow deeper in understanding the complexity of these issues and become equipped to apply your learning on a personal and corporate level.
Caroline Lancaster (National Multiethnic Specialist, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship)
Dr. Christin Fort, PhD (Clinical Psychologist & Professor at Wheaton College)
Mason Lancaster (Ph.D. candidate in Biblical Studies)