Home > Christian Today > Christians and Critical Race Theory

Christians and Critical Race Theory


A webinar about the facts, falsehoods, and theological implications of critical race theory—and the way forward for the church.

With hysteria and misinformation swirling all around it, critical race theory has become nearly impossible to discuss without stirring up ideological fears and partisan divisions. Yet many believe its ideas must be responded to if the church is ever going to take seriously issues of diversity, justice, and racial reconciliation.

Join Christianity Today’s Russell Moore and a diverse panel of evangelical leaders as they explore the facts, falsehoods, and theological implications of critical race theory.

Our Panelists

Nathan Cartagena

Nathan is an assistant professor of philosophy at Wheaton College, where he teaches courses on race, justice, and political philosophy. Nathan also serves as scholar-in-residence for World Outspoken, an organization committed to equipping Latin@ churches for godly living. He is currently writing a book about critical race theory with IVP Academic. Read his writings at nathancartagena.com, and follow him on Twitter @ProfeNLC.

Oneya Fennell Okuwobi

Oneya is a sociologist and junior fellow at Rice University’s Religion and Public Life Program. Her research interrogates how diverse organizations impact racial inequality. She is an ordained Assemblies of God minister and serves as teaching pastor at 21st Century Church, a church plant in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is also coauthor of Multiethnic Conversations: An Eight-Week Journey Toward Unity in Your Church. Oneya is a graduate of the University of Virginia (BA, Economics), Regent University (MDiv, Practical Theology), and The Ohio State University (PhD Sociology). She and her husband, Dele Okuwobi, have one daughter, Cadence. Find Oneya on Twitter @Ookuwobi or at Oneyaokuwobi.com.

Jeff Liou

Jeff serves on staff with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship …

Continue reading


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*
*