Is Critical Race Theory "UnChristian" Part 3 Written by: Dr. Matt Mullins (Assistant Professor of English and History of Ideas/Associate Dean for Academic Advising) In the previous posts I introduced the concept of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and briefly discussed its origins and some of its key figures. In this post I turn to the substance [...]
One Blood Book Review The American church is in a critical moment in history. The scars and wounds of America’s past have been laid bare and are more apparent than ever. The present reality of systemic racism in the lives of minorities, the hurt from a divisive political landscape and the confusing, sometimes conflicting response within [...]
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1. What is the goal of the goal of the conference and how long has it been around? The conference has been around since 2013. The focus for the conference is to minister to the hearts of African Americans who have a passion for cross-cultural missions and provide networking and resource opportunities. NAAMC offers Missions-driven, powerful, [...]
Courtlandt Perkins provides a recap of the first Bagged Lunch Series discussion of this semester titled "American Bias and Mission Trips: Examining culture's impact on missions" with Phabienne Anderson.
Courtlandt Perkins gives a short lecture on the history and impact of reading Genesis 9 to teach the unbiblical notion of the inferiority of people of African descent known as the Curse of Ham.
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and The College at Southeastern are committed to “equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission.” Within this mission, the Kingdom Diversity Initiative endeavors to “Seek and equip students from every corner of the kingdom to serve in every context of the kingdom.” These interdependent goals shape the entirety [...]