Courtlandt Perkins follows up the previous discussion, focusing on the thought of James Cone and his value for Evangelicalism with Dr. Walter Strickland.
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This recap of the February 6th Bagged Lunch Series, Strangers in a Foreign Land: Immigration and the People God, is a summary of the discussion on how we can continue having further dialogue addressing these issues across lines of difference with Dr. Walter Strickland.
Bagged Lunch Series: Ministering in the #MeToo Era & How All Christians Should Respond to Sexual Abuse
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