On April 15th, the NCC hosted a panel discussion at Ecumenical Advocacy Days, a premiere event of the ecumenical movement. The panel set out to find a theological basis for the Church’s work against racism and injustice, and featured four of the leading voices in the church today.
As a bonus feature of our podcast, we have added these four speakers to the feed because we hope you’ll enjoy hearing them. As we begin, listen to moderator Dr. Greg Carey and our first speaker, Dr. Doug Foster, Professor of Church History at Abilene Christian University. Dr. Foster had an extensive series of PowerPoint slides, which can be seen at our website, nationalcouncilofchurches.us. We hope you enjoy this presentation.