Races Don’t Reconcile, Hearts Do – Just Thinking…for Myself

Races Don’t Reconcile, Hearts Do – Just Thinking…for Myself
— Read on justthinking.me/2015/09/13/races-dont-reconcile-hearts-do/amp/

Author: Darrell B. Harrison

Darrell B. Harrison is is a native of Atlanta, Georgia but currently resides in Valencia, California where he serves as Dean of Social Media at Grace To You, the teaching and preaching ministry of Dr. John MacArthur. Darrell is a 2013 Fellow of the Black Theology and Leadership Institute (BTLI) of Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey, and is a 2015 graduate of the Theology and Ministry program at Princeton Theological Seminary. Darrell studied at the undergraduate level at Liberty University, where he majored in Psychology with a concentration in Christian Counseling. He was the first black man to be ordained as a Deacon in the 200-year history of First Baptist Church of Covington (Georgia) where he attended from 2009 to 2015. He is an ardent student of theology and apologetics, and enjoys reading theologians such as Thomas Watson, Charles Spurgeon, and John Calvin. Darrell is an advocate of expository teaching and preaching, and has a particular passion for seeing expository preaching become the standard within the Black Church.

One thought on “Races Don’t Reconcile, Hearts Do – Just Thinking…for Myself”

  1. More than excellent! It is truth, literally – contextually. Truth in real fact, and accurate in application. How is it educated people talk of “races?” There is nothing be race: Homo sapiens, humankind. There is one prominent distinction: male and female. Our ethnic, geographic, and economic differences can only find unity in Christ, our Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer. Powerful message – thanks.

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