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Voices With Ed Stetzer: A Missiological Assessment of Critical Race Theory III

This is D.A. Horton's third installment examining CRT through a missiologist's perspective, where he examines common claims of critical race theory and biblical responses to them.

Voices With Ed Stetzer: A Missiological Assessment of Critical Race Theory II

D.A. Horton brings CRT’s themes to Scripture for an objective measurement of its claims.. Pastor Horton is a Latino missiologist, academic and author, and his latest book, Intensional, delves into ethnic reconciliation.

Voices With Ed Stetzer: A Missiological Assessment of Critical Race Theory

D.A. Horton shares a four-part examination of CRT. Pastor Horton is a latino missiologist, academic and author, and his latest book, Intensional, delves into ethnic reconciliation.

Pat Sawyer: Cautions Regarding Critical Race Theory, Part 3

This post from Voice with Ed Stetzer is the third and final post of Dr. Sawyer's thoughts and concerns regarding Critical Race Theory (CRT).

Pat Sawyer: Cautions Regarding Critical Race Theory, Part 2

Critical Race Theory is an important conversation today. Dr. Pat Sawyer offers five of eight cautions regarding critical race theory.

Voices With Ed Stetzer: Sociological Theory and Precursors to Approaching Critical Race Theory

Sherelle Ducksworth discusses four precursors on sociological theory one should know before approaching critical race theory.

The Legacy of Scripture in the Latino(a) Protestant Church in America

Reading and studying the Bible has the power to transform people, both as individuals and communities. Here's a short history on how that's been the case in the Latino(a) Protestant Church.

Pat Sawyer: What Is CRT and Should We Be Concerned? Part 1

Critical Race Theory is an important conversation today. At the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center, we are committed to help Christians know and engage the culture with biblical discernment.

Voices With Ed Stetzer: 20 Truths from ‘Known’: How Believing Who God Says You Are Changes Everything

I am glad to feature Aubrey Sampson’s new book, Known. As I wrote in my endorsement, if you ever wanted to explore your identity and family name as a child of God, this is the book to pick up.

Voices With Ed Stetzer: The Hippie and the Square

Jesus People Movement leader are memorable today because of how they refused to turn their back on people who needed the gospel and risked their reputation to involve unusual young people––like hippie preachers. 

Voices With Ed Stetzer: Framing Critical Race Theory, Part 1

Critical Race Theory is an important conversation today. At the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center, we are committed to help Christians know and engage the culture with biblical discernment. This is Part 1 of the conversation series.

Ed Stetzer: The Church Is on the Move

In 2020, we were the church on our heels. A global pandemic shut down much of our world. But the church has been on the move since it was birthed; it will continue to be on the move until God makes all things new.

Ed Stetzer: Don’t Confuse Military Action With the Mission of God

Ed Stetzer explains how it was deeply jarring for him and other Christians to hear Isaiah 6:8 used by President Biden in his recent address.

Ed Stetzer: 5 Future Trends of Church Planting

With culture seemingly changing at the speed of light, church planters cannot be over-aware of the trends new churches will face. Here are five things we are seeing now and will continue to see in 21st century post-Christian America.

Ed Stetzer on Deconversion: Some Thoughts on Kissing Christianity Goodbye

I think deconversions should cause some self-reflection among evangelicals — which, I know, ex-evangelicals believe should lead to deconversion. However, I think it should lead us to be more like Christ and less like our worst instincts.

Ed Stetzer: 5 Ways an Organization Can Move Toward a Healthier Place

How does an organization move from unhealthy to healthy? It's not simply something we can "will" into existence. It takes a process.

Ed Stetzer: Why Every Church Planter Must Use the Theological Grid

Recognizing that "the middle" is a subjective term, I still want to propose a middle ground for understanding pastoring, planting and being a missionary.

Ed Stetzer: Feucht, Locke and the Like Are a Sideshow — Quit Letting Them Distract You

The question for pastors, church leaders and the entire Christian church is simple: Do we want to be known for love that reflects our savior or known for a sideshow demanding its rights?

Ed Stetzer: 5 Attitudes to Have When You Are in an Unhealthy Place

If you do find yourself in an unhealthy Christian organization, I encourage you to consider that God may want you to leave it.

Ed Stetzer: 6 Marks of Church Dysfunction

In this three-part series, "Moving Unhealthy Organizations Toward Health," I'm going to talk to you about the clear signs of organizational dysfunction.

‘God Delusion’ Author Richard Dawkins Signs Declaration Against Gender Transitions for...

Outspoken atheist Richard Dawkins has signed a declaration that outlines numerous problems with the concept of “gender identity” on the grounds that it infringes on women’s rights and harms children experiencing gender dysphoria.

Gerardo Martí: What Pastors Need to Learn From the Collapse of...

Dr. Gerardo Martí joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to discuss Robert H. Schuller's remarkable success with the Crystal Cathedral—and why Schuller's influential ministry collapsed so suddenly.

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