Walter Strickland: Racial Reconciliation and Evangelicals

Today Warren Cole Smith interviews author and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary professor Walter Strickland about racial reconciliation within the Church, specifically within the evangelical church. Dr. Strickland touches on the history of African American evangelicalism, current efforts at reconciliation, and his work on a theology of work and vocation.

Warren Cole Smith conducted this interview with Walter Strickland for “Listening In,” a weekly program of WORLD News Group. To learn more about “Listening in,” go to  www.wng.org/listeningin.

And to get your copy of Dr. Strickland’s book, Every Waking Hour: An Introduction to Work and Vocation for Christians, visit our online bookstore.


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