Yes, the Bible talks about racism.
We are in a historic and painful moment nationally. The death of George Floyd sent shock waves into every corner and intersection in every community in America, and all over the world. Some are being awakened for the first time to the impact of racism, while others are frustrated that it is taking so long for change to happen.
In either case, there is broad agreement that things need to change.
There are many opinions about how to move forward as a nation and heal, but the Bible gives clear instruction that we can find solutions through authentic love and justice.
The Bible carries the blueprint that charts the course for hearts and minds to change, which is the pathway to a society that values every life equally, not dependent upon skin color.
It is now time for us to dive in to experience it for ourselves.
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Year of the Bible is a coalition effort put on by many churches and organizations. The main organizing ministry is The Table Coalition, which exists to catalyze partnership within the American church so that more people can know Jesus.
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