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This issue focuses on the intersection of race and religious liberty, including the BJC Dinner discussion on embracing an approach to religious liberty that includes the voices of all. Amanda Tyler writes about tackling tough conversations, Rev. Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins discusses race, resistance, religion and rage at the 2019 Shurden Lectures, and Holly Hollman talks about the importance of civil discourse.
Race, religion, resistance and rage

Race, religion, resistance and rage

Rev. Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins challenges audiences to see the connections between race and religion and how we can move toward a more just future Read
Elevating an inclusive approach to religious liberty

Elevating an inclusive approach to religious liberty

“The task right now is to desegregate God” Read
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Sex, race and civil discourse

Today, religious communities must lead by example to engage in civil dialogue and mediate deep differences of opinion and belief. Read
Tackling tough conversations together

Tackling tough conversations together

Religious liberty for all will only be a reality when we revise any theology or ideology that renders some of our neighbors to be less than human. Read
Remembering James E. Wood Jr: 1922-2019

Remembering James E. Wood Jr: 1922-2019

James E. Wood Jr., the accomplished author and scholar who led the Baptist Joint Committee in the 1970s, passed away March 24, 2019, at age 96. A former missionary and professor, Wood left his mark on the church-state field around the world through his academic pursuits, personal work and eight years leading BJC. Read

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