LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Southern Baptists must consider racial reconciliation as important as abortion and same-sex marriage, said leaders and pastors at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary during a Feb. 17 forum.
"Southern Baptists got [race issues] so wrong for so long that we have to deal honestly with it, because we do not have credibility," said Matthew J. Hall, vice president for academic administration and assistant professor of church history. The forum, which was held at the
seminary's campus in Louisville, Ky., followed the SBC's Racial Reconciliation Sunday, ... Read More