The Autumn 2020 edition of Crossway
By Ros Clarke, 29 Sep 2020
The Autumn 2020 edition of Crossway is now out!
Articles in this issue include:
Racism: will we miss the opportunity? Niv Lobo explores the reasons why we might not be using scriptural resources to address racism.
Black lives indeed matter. Oyin Oladipo reflects on the issues of race and racism, and possible ways forward, from the perspective of a black ordinand.
Densel and Marcia Davy: an interview. Martin Davy interviews his parents about their experiences as black people growing up in the UK after their arrival from Jamaica.
The gospel and race. Ro Mody examines systemic racism in the Bible and in the Church, and suggests action points for conservative evangelical Anglicans.
The (united) kingdom of God is like…. Foluso Enwerem makes a powerful case for godly sorrow and action to address a culture of racism within the Church of England.
Meeting racism with grace. Aneal Appadoo shares his significant personal experience as a ‘mixed-race’ teenager, and looks forward to life in the new creation.
Crossway also includes our quarterly prayer diary.
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Dr Ros Clarke is the Associate Director of Church Society and editor of Crossway