Racial reconciliation won’t happen if we don’t take Ephesians seriously, contends Northwestern College professor Paul Kjoss Helseth.
Principled opposition to the pursuit of “racial reconciliation” in the church is not in itself evidence of intercultural incompetence. It can be evidence of eagerness to safeguard the primacy and sufficiency of the gospel in the life of the church by insisting that believers have already been reconciled to God and to one another by the Cross of Christ.
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