Christina Edmondson on Faithful Anti-Racism
The events of recent months have laid bare the pervasive stain of racism in public life. Christina Edmondson talks with John Witvliet about developing a lifelong commitment to learning about what race and racism are, how to critically and theologically discern issues of social stratification and a caste system which feed the sin of racism, and how Christians can remain rooted in the good news of Jesus and actively respond in ways that dismantle racism, especially in congregations and worshiping communities. Christina Edmondson is a collaborating partner with the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, where she teaches courses, leads cohort learning groups, and offers web resources focused on faithful anti-racism initiatives for use in congregations, schools, and Christian non-profit organizations. Her website is www.christinaedmondson.com. John Witvliet is director of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship and professor of worship at Calvin Seminary.
Biblical Studies | Christianity | Liturgy and Worship | Practical Theology | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Edmondson, Christina and Witvliet, John D., "Christina Edmondson on Faithful Anti-Racism" (2021). Resound Podcast. 8.