Jemar Tisby-episode 243
Jemar Tisby joins me on the podcast this week as we talk about his book The Color of Compromise. In our unfolding conversation, we talk about the American church and how it’s been complicit in racism through history. We also dialog about how there has been some progress in fighting racism but that the church has often failed to speak out against this evil. I highly recommend the book that is a story-driven survey of American Christianity’s racial past. John Lustrea joins in the conversation and brings his knowledge of history to the table as a Civil War scholar.
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