Race and the Christian

John Piper and Tim Keller, two white pastor-scholars who think we should be talking about race, will discuss ‘Race and the Christian’ at the Ethical Culture Society on Wednesday, March 28, at 7:00 p.m. Speaking from their experiences ministering in multi-ethnic urban contexts for a combined 60 years, they will examine the individual and structural roots of racism and make a case for the pursuit of ethnic harmony from a gospel perspective. Their conversation will be moderated by Anthony Bradley, Professor at King’s College and author of Black and Tired.

Crossway, the publisher of John Piper’s Bloodlines: Race, Cross and the Christian (2011), is sponsosring the event, in collaboration with Redeemer’s Grace and Race group. The goal of Grace and Race is to help our congregation grow in its awareness of racial and ethnic differences in order to experience the richness of human community made whole in Christ. Bloodlines and other books by John Piper, as well as books by Tim Keller will be available for sale.

You must register for this event. Free registration will open on March 8. Walk-ins will be limited. You can register online at www.redeemer.com/graceandrace. Submit questions for discussion via email at [email protected]



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