The subject of racial equality and related social injustice is one of the most pressing and important topics in our culture today. Is this a problem that’s “out there” and since it’s not affecting the majority of us today, we ignore it and hope it goes away? Is there hope for change? I believe there is, but it may not be a popular or politically correct option to take.
This week on the Everyday Disciple Podcast, I talk about racism, our identity, and how the Gospel is our only true hope. Not churchy stuff, not more Bible studies where we don’t live out what we learn in those studies. The Gospel.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- Some of Caesar’s own experiences with racism in his life.
- If non-people of color have a right to speak publicly on this issue.
- How identity as an Image-bearer, and seeing others the same, is crucial.
- Why being WITH and FOR those who have been treated as “less” by the culture is our best posture and plan forward.
From this episode:
“I believe that the only thing that will change and ‘fix’ things in connection to all of this is unfortunately not popular to even bring up. It’s been legislated out of the public discourse. Society, which is made up of sinful humans, is looking to society, which is sinful humans, to change and fix a systemic problem of DO to BE and selfishness in our human hearts. This will never work!”
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