Isaac Adams gave a two-part lecture to a group of churches desiring to play a small role in bringing greater awareness to the historical roots and present forms of racism in Washington D.C. Their goal was not merely greater intellectual knowledge but greater compassion, so that they’d be better positioned to empathize and strategize toward the end of “adorning the doctrine of God our Savior.” (Titus 2:10)
In Part 1, Isaac answers three questions:
- What does the bible say about race?
- What does the bible say about racism?
- Why does it matter?
Produced by Josh Deng