The Gospel & Racial Reconciliation :: Book Review & Giveaway ::

If you aren’t familiar with The Gospel For Life Series, it’s definitely one you should become invested in understanding & knowing.

Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission president Russell Moore and Director of Policy Studies Andrew Walker, have edited & framed a wonderful way to explore current issues, to seek out personal awareness & life application.  Each installment in The Gospel For Life series is designed to address hot-button ethical issues facing Christians in today’s culture.

The books include discussion questions at the end of each chapter to engage the reader(s) & create a safe place for sharing, as well as, communication & understanding. Dr. Moore’s hope for the series is that it will “answer urgent questions that people are asking” and be easily utilized in anything from a small group setting, new member class, or sermon series.

The Gospel & Racial Reconciliation is one of those in this series that allows the reader to be educated & reminded of the gospel’s roots when approaching race & racial issues in today’s society. In the kingdom of God, it is not us against them.

The problem of racism stretches back as far as humanity’s origin in the book of Genesis. Brother pitted against brother, tribe against tribe—people have warred against one another, fueled by contempt for racial differences. Yet the gospel is a message of reconciliation. The kingdom of God is us reconciled to one another.

The editors have woven together contributions from some of today’s most outspoken & encouraging ministry leader’s & agents of change, who have a desire to see positive shifts in our relationships here on Earth, for kingdom purpose.

I am so thrilled to have been provided this book by my friends at B&H Publishing & I want you to receive a free copy today. You only need to register here & follow a few, small prompts:  a Rafflecopter giveaway  The more information you complete, the more entries you receive.

If you’d like to know more about The Gospel For Life Series, or The Gospel & Racial Reconciliation, you can purchase & research here or any of your favorite book retailers.

About the Series Editors:

Russell Moore is president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, the nation’s largest Protestant denomination. The Wall Street Journal called him “vigorous, cheerful, and fiercely articulate.” He is the author of several books, including the Christianity Today 2016 Book of the Year, Onward: Engaging Culture without Losing the Gospel. He and his wife Maria are the parents of five sons. To learn more visit

Andrew T. Walker serves as the Director of Policy Studies. In his role, he researches and writes about human dignity, family stability, religious liberty, public theology, and the moral principles that support civil society. He also helps direct the ERLC’s Research Institute. Andrew is currently a Ph.D. student in Ethics at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. His most recent book is Marriage is: How Marriage Transforms Society and Cultivates Human Flourishing. He is married to Christian, and they have two daughters.

*My opinion & comments are my own. I am not paid or encouraged for either by the author(s) or B&H Publishing Company. I was provided a book copy by the publisher & author(s) for an honest review. Any books received or given away may not be used for personal profit now or in the future.

Praying that you are as blessed by this series & this book as I have been! May God continue to remind us all that we belong to one another, because we are His! We are always better together, than we will ever be divided.





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