Black Christians And Calvinism

Some Blog Posts of Note for the Week of January 6th, 2013

This week, blog posts on Calvinism, Reformed theology, and race (ahem, and gender) that showed up on my radar. Here are some interesting links:

African Americans And Big God Theology by Jemar Tisby

The Big God Lie and Why It’s Dangerously Wrong by T.C. Moore

The Hole In Jonathan Edwards Holiness by T.C. Robinson

Some Humans Are More Equal Than Others: Joshua Harris by Sarah Moon

The Worst Book On Racial Reconciliation. Ever. By T.C. Moore

Interviews with the Reformed African American Network at Thabiti Anyabwile’s blog at the TGC

Our Culture Of Fear Of Different Cultures by Christena Cleveland

“From a survival perspective, it is adaptive for people to stay alert to negative information; in order to stay safe, you need to be aware of the dangers. However, from a Kingdom perspective, it is adaptive for members of the body of Christ to stay alert to positive information about others. In order to stay unified, we need to override our natural tendency to focus on what we perceive to be negative information about other groups and instead stay alert to the positive information that they bring to the table of faith.”

– Christena Cleveland

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