Two years after coming under fire for comments criticized as racially insensitive, Richard Land says America needs to “exorcize the ghosts of the past” regarding racial prejudice.

Published in People

The Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission will host its second annual leadership summit March 26-27 on “The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation.”

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A new poll says a New York grand jury’s refusal to indict a white police officer in a black man’s death is galvanizing public opinion across racial lines in a way that a similar controversy in Ferguson, Mo., did not.

Published in Organizations

The head of Southern Baptists’ moral concerns agency says there are still “unreconstructed racists” in America, including some who “sit in pews.”

Published in Social Issues
Thursday, 04 December 2014 06:00

The race talk

Unless we have it, there will be another city, victim, debate and comparison to be made.

Published in Columns

An interfaith leader and Baptist pastor says a church fire possibly set in retaliation of riots in Ferguson, Mo., resurrects ghosts from the past.

Published in Social Issues

The church should proclaim clearly and forcefully, “We’ve got this.”

Published in Commentaries

Texas pastor Dwight McKissic said many white Southern Baptists view African-American people with suspicion, especially if they don’t already know them.

Published in Social Issues

Pastor Scott Stearman says black and white Americans tend to look through “different glasses” when it comes to matters of racial injustice.

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A black Baptist leader called for “a more just system of policing and the protection of all life.”

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