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The Link: Lecrae, History of Evangelicalism, Bryan Stevenson & More

By June 19, 2020Culture4 min read

“Bryan Stevenson: How We Arrived Here”YouTube Originals
“Bryan Stevenson of the Equal Justice Initiative shares his thoughts on how we arrived at this moment and where we go from here.”

“Tony Evans on Racial Healing”– Scripps National News
“Tony Evans is highly regarded Christian pastor, evangelical leader and founder of The Urban Alternative. Evans shares his personal stories of racism, discrimination and segregation. He also discusses how the church played a significant role in racism today and can lead in the solution primarily through service.”

“Conversation About Race”– Ed Stetzer
“Having conversations about race is important. But, how do we do that well? I bought together a diverse group of pastors and church leaders to talk about that. The conversation got animated and it got honest. The conversation included James Meeks, Brian Brodersen, Johnson Bowie, Charlie Dates, Laurel Bunker, and John Jenkins Sr.”

“Q&A: Rapper Lecrae on His Discomfort with Hearing Slavery Described as a ‘White Blessing’”The Washington Post
“Grammy Award-winning rapper Lecrae Moore — best known to his fans simply as Lecrae — found himself in the hot seat on Tuesday after participating in a public discussion about racism with megachurch pastor Louie Giglio, who said slavery was a ‘white blessing.'”

“Holy Post – Race in America”Phil Vischer
“We need to talk about race. Why are people angry? Why so upset? Didn’t we elect a black president? Pass civil rights laws? Isn’t racism illegal now? Three years ago my brother Rob and I co-taught a class that discussed issues of racial injustice. That class turned into a popular podcast episode, which we’ve now turned into this video. Why are people still angry? Let’s take a look at race in America…”

“A Conversation with Dr. Mark Noll on the History of Evangelicalism”Signposts with Russell Moore
“In this episode of Signposts, I am joined by Dr. Mark Noll, research professor at Regent College, and the former Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. He is also the author of Evangelicals: Who they Have Been, Are Now, and Could Be (with George Marsden and David Bebbington, Eerdmans, 2019), In the Beginning Was the Word: The Bible in American Public Life (OUP, 2015), The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind (Eerdmans, 1995). In our conversation, we talk about how to define an evangelical, the history of evangelicalism, both in the United States and abroad, and how evangelicals are responding to the current moment.”

“Theology That Cannot Be Dismissed and Power that Cannot Be Denied”Expositors Collective
“Jon Tyson speaks with Mike about learning from the best of various traditions and groupings within the Christian church in order to embody “Theology that cannot be dismissed and power that cannot be denied.” They also discuss his upcoming preaching course “Preaching in a Secular Age” and the importance of ongoing mentorship and coaching in order to continue to grow as a Bible teacher and preacher. Jon Tyson is a Pastor and Church Planter in New York City.”

“Creation Fest On Air”Creation Fest UK
“We’re gutted that we won’t be meeting together this summer for Creation Fest 2020, but we’re excited to be taking all that makes Creation Fest unique online instead, creating a series of six half-hour TV-style shows that will be aired weekly during July & August. Each episode will include music, thought-provoking talks, worship and life stories from a diverse collective of the best international musicians and speakers interspersed with local Cornish talent. Plus, a whole host of surprise special guests getting up to all sorts of shenanigans – all set against a beautiful Cornish backdrop!”

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