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Defending the Gospel Against Racism
In view of Ephesians 2:11-22, any argument/mindset that advocates or silently endorses racism stands in direct contrast to what God has accomplished perfectly in Christ. Racism is not simply sin, but active resistance against that perfected work of God on the cross. 
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The Gospel, Social Justice, and the Church
Dr. Frank Thielman, Presbyterian Chair of Divinity and New Testament professor, gave the following lecture in 2018 called, "The Gospel, Social Justice, and the Church," which is shown to every incoming Beeson Divinity student during new student orientation. 
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Miles to Go before We Sleep: American Evangelicals and Racial and Ethnic Sin (Part III)
Bloody racial and ethnic conflict has resurfaced yet again in America in recent years, captivating the media and calling down a storm of digital comments by people from nearly all walks of life. Dean Douglas Sweeney reflects on how the evangelical movement has suffered the sins of racial prejudice ever since it first emerged from the revivals of the eighteenth-century Great Awakening. 
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Miles to Go before We Sleep: American Evangelicals and Racial and Ethnic Sin (Part II)
Bloody racial and ethnic conflict has resurfaced yet again in America in recent years, captivating the media and calling down a storm of digital comments by people from nearly all walks of life. Dean Douglas Sweeney reflects on how the evangelical movement has suffered the sins of racial prejudice ever since it first emerged from the revivals of the eighteenth-century Great Awakening. 
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Miles to Go before We Sleep: American Evangelicals and Racial and Ethnic Sin (Part I)
Bloody racial and ethnic conflict has resurfaced yet again in America in recent years, captivating the media and calling down a storm of digital comments by people from nearly all walks of life. Dean Douglas Sweeney reflects on how the evangelical movement has suffered the sins of racial prejudice ever since it first emerged from the revivals of the eighteenth-century Great Awakening. 
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Message to the Beeson Divinity School Community
A message to the Beeson Divinity School community about racism and the nation's racial tensions. 
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Preaching in the ‘New Normal’
How much do we actually need to adjust our preaching in the “new normal” created by COVID-19? 

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