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Stetzer Leadership Podcast

The Color of Compromise: How Do We Talk about Race?

  • S1E46
  • 39:02
  • September 22nd 2020

In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, issues of race continue to be an ongoing crisis as well. As churches and the broader society continue to grapple with this important issue, it is critical to know how to talk about it with each other during this continuing conversation. In this episode, with guest Jemar Tisby, we discuss: 

  • Defining racism and systemic racism
  • The American church’s complicity in racism
  • How should pastors talk about racism
  • The legacy of Billy Graham as it relates to race
  • How to study the history of racism

This episode references:

Our article series on The Exchange about White Fragility.

Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s documentary series on African American Lives

The Enduring Lost Cause: Afterlives of a Redeemer Nation Edward R. Crowther, editor

Stetzer Leadership Podcast

Season 1 of the Stetzer Leadership podcast was dedicated to helping church leaders navigate through the new reality of the coronavirus. Season 2 of the Stetzer Leadership podcast expands beyond the coronavirus, offering insight to help leaders navigate this unique cultural moment we now find ourselves in, alongside our hosts, Ed Stetzer and Daniel Yang.

Ed Stetzer and Daniel Yang interview leaders such as Rick Warren, Andy Stanley, Matt Chandler, Andy Crouch, and Senator Marco Rubio to better understand how we can respond faithfully and responsibly to the current crisis.