Books on Justice, Race, and Critical Race Theory

(updated 9/14/21) Eighteen months ago, I began hearing terms thrown around in my online theological discussion boards I was not familiar with. More alarmingly to me, I was being accused of things I didn't understand - being 'woke' or having bought into critical race theory. Often times when I asked what they meant I got … Continue reading Books on Justice, Race, and Critical Race Theory

Book Review: Confronting Injustice Without Compromising Truth, Williams

Over the past fifteen months , I've done a lot of reading on topics of social justice and specifically on racism. I've read books from Christian and nonChristian authors, books from those on the left and the right, books from white authors as well as black and Asian authors. I have read some very bad … Continue reading Book Review: Confronting Injustice Without Compromising Truth, Williams

Book Review. Fault Lines: the Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe, by Voddie Baucham

(slight revisions 5/11 to make critique section a little less snarky) This was a much anticipated, much-hyped anti-social justice, anti-CRT book that I had hoped would be a good and fair critique of a very flawed movement. I wanted to like this book. I wanted to have a book that I could recommend to friends … Continue reading Book Review. Fault Lines: the Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe, by Voddie Baucham

Book Review: From Every People and Nation: a biblical theology of Race, by J. Daniel Hays

This is a very brief, very informal review of a book I read more than a year ago. It is an excellent book, for what it is. Written in 2003, it is not a commentary on any current trends in scholarship, national politics, etc. There is no mention of hot issues like being 'woke', systemic … Continue reading Book Review: From Every People and Nation: a biblical theology of Race, by J. Daniel Hays