We post several short articles per month, tackling complicated issues and giving space for Christians to share their experiences about race in an edifying way. Longer essays are a scholarly contribution to UWP. They examine racism in the church in light of historical and theological contexts. Both Short-Form and Long-Form essays are written by people burdened with racial reconciliation in the church.
Austin Suter argues that Christians should retire the phrase woke out of a concern to avoid slander.
Chrys Jones responds to Shai Linne’s The New Reformation
Austin Suter explores various approaches Christians have to engaging racism and suggests a specific approach
Chandra White-Cummings calls Christians of all political persuasions to pursue ethnic justice as well as justice for the unborn.
Rico Melendez shares the trials and joys he has parenting a daughter of a different ethnicity.
Courtney Reissig shows how knowledge of the Bible is essential in working toward racial justice.
Austin Suter reacts to the verdict against Derek Chauvin and reflects on the nature of human justice
Caleb Greggson explores the gift of friendships within the same ethnicity as a blessing
Paul Billings responds to George Yancey’s book Beyond Racial Gridlock
Rayshawn Graves responds to Ray Ortlund’s book The Gospel: How the Church Portrays the Beauty of Christ