Resources on Race

Dr. Russell Moore, ERLC president, interviewed with Chris Fabry Live! May 12 for a conversation about engaging the culture around us with the message of the gospel.  Continue...

In my first blog on racial reconciliation, I proposed a gospel-centered vision for racial reconciliation. I suggested that the historic fall of Adam and Even in the Garden of Eden and sin are the fundamental reasons why racism exists and... Continue...

NOTE: The 2015 ERLC Leadership Summit will address "The Gospel and Racial Reconciliation" to equip Christians to apply the gospel on these issues with convictional kindness in their communities, their families, and their churches. This event will be held in Nashville... Continue...

By now you’ve heard reports about the reprehensible and racist comments of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. This is a news story that now transcends sports, with repeated calls for boycotts of Clipper games,demands for punishment for Sterling, and even admonishment from President Obama. The NBA has... Continue...

Martin Luther King, Jr. fought for freedom and equal rights for black Americans and other minorities oppressed by the white majority. King and his followers achieved many victories through such laws as the Civil Rights Act criminalizing racial discrimination. But... Continue...

Trillia Newbell, author of United: Captured by God's Vision for Diversity, illustrates why Christians should actively engage race relations.  "Race can be such a difficult thing to talk about, but it shouldn't be," Newbell said. "We should work to approach race... Continue...

Trillia Newbell, author of United, illustrates how the church can be the catalyst for improving race relations. Continue...

Trillia Newbell, the author of United, describes how Christians can work to futher racial reconciliation. Continue...

Thabiti Anyabwile is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Grand Cayman in the Grand Cayman Islands and the author of numerous books, including What is a Healthy Church Member? The Faithful Preacher and The Gospel for Muslims. He is a popular... Continue...

On Aug. 28, 1963, from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. took his place alongside Abraham Lincoln as a preeminent shaper of American culture when he delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech to 250,000 civil rights supporters.... Continue...