Confronting Our Racial Volcanoes


I just read a post by Michael Emerson (Divided By Faith) that he wrote for Ed Gilbreath on Ed’s Reconciliation Blog. In it, he reports on a gathering of a few dozen Christian leaders who gathered at Duke Divinity School’s Center for Reconciliation to discuss issues of racial and ethnic reconciliation. Interestingly, he describes how these “leaders” responded to immigration as an issue of racial and ethnic reconciliation. If you want an idea of how American Christians are likely to respond to this emerging issue, you can read click here to read this important post by Michael Emerson.

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