Event Messages  Human Dignity  Racial Reconciliation

Evangelicals and the Future of Racial Unity


Phillip Bethancourt moderates a panel discussion on evangelicals and the future of racial unity with Don Carson, H.B. Charles, Crawford Loritts, Afshin Ziafat, and Beth Moore at the MLK50 Conference in Memphis, Tennessee. 


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