The latest edition of 9News ejournal is available. It's an issue focusing on the thorny issue of race and the church. There are a number of provocative pieces in the issue, and Jonathan Leeman is to be commended for working so hard (as usual) on giving us much to think about. And personally, it's been fun to have the privilege to contribute to this issue. I pray it's edifying for the Lord's Church.
IS THERE A RACE PROBLEM?
Starting the Conversation with Earth, Wind, and Fire
An exchange between Thabiti Anyabwile and Jonathan Leeman
Pastors’ and Theologians’ Forum on Race
Nine Lessons I Learned From Yellow (And One More) By Sam Lam
Did Moses Marry a Black Woman? By John Piper
REFLECTIONS ON THE PROBLEM
Book Review: On Being Black and Reformed By Anthony J. Carter
Reviewed By Rickey Armstrong
Book Review: From Every People and Nation By J. Daniel Hays
Reviewed by Anthony J. Carter
Book Review: The Faithful Preacher By Thabiti Anyabwile
Reviewed by Ken Jones
Book Review: Reconciliation Blues By Edward Gilbreath
Reviewed by Eric C. Redmond
Book Review: Being Latino in Christ By Orlando Crespo
Reviewed by Juan R. Sanchez Jr.
Book Reviews: Growing Healthy Asian American Churches Edited by Peter Cha, S. Steve Kang, and Helen Lee
Reviews by Jeremy Yong & Geoffrey Chang
Five Steps for Racial Reconciliation on Sunday at 11 a.m.
By D. A. Carson
OVERCOMING THE PROBLEM
Pastoring a Multi-Ethnic Church By John Folmar
Many Ethnicities, One Race By Thabiti Anyabwile
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