Nov 9 2020
Racial Solidarity & Lowertown - Q&A + DISCIPLESHIP TOOLKIT
This week concludes our series on Racial Solidarity & Lowertown as Brian is joined by Josh and Paul to answer some questions that have been asked throughout the series, and to highlight the Lowertown Racial Solidarity Discipleship Toolkit.
Question 1 = Why call the series Racial Solidarity and not Racial Reconciliation? (3:38)
Question 2 = What would you hope to see from our congregation to know that we are moving in the right direction with racial solidarity and Lowertown? (17:02)
Question 3 = What are the barriers to speaking on racism from the pulpit on Sundays? (23:47)
Question 4 = How does our doctrine of sin inform our approach to racial solidarity, individually and corporately? (31:51)
Question 5 = Should I feel bad about being white and having privileges, or in this specific context, white privilege? (37:59)
Question 6 = As Christians, how should we think wisely about Critical Race Theory, or other frameworks, through which justice issues might be considered apart from the Gospel lens? (44:09)
Link to the Hope Lowertown Racial Solidarity Discipleship Toolkit (63:35): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hREGjvfj3cxjWrqXOEg0tDjjIwTovGIHdnwhbp7x53I/edit?usp=sharing
If you have any questions or want to dialogue about anything in this episode (or series), feel free to contact Brian, Josh, and/or Paul.
Host: Brian Silver (email@example.com)
Guests: Joshua Daramola (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Paul Stiver (email@example.com)