In White Evangelical Attitudes Toward Politics, Echoes of the Civil Rights Era — Colorblind Christians

During the 1950s some Southern Baptist leaders worried that the “race problem” had the potential to split the Southern Baptist Convention. They worked very hard to make sure that didn’t happen. The way they thought about the problem and their responsibility for it is instructive in our own era of political controversy. The “race problem” […]

via In White Evangelical Attitudes Toward Politics, Echoes of the Civil Rights Era — Colorblind Christians

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