Race, Racism & Christian Identity
APPL 528 • 2–3 Credits (2 Audit)
Despite professed ideals and incremental progress, racism persists as a powerful, deeply entrenched social reality. Lay a theological foundation for confronting the chief forms of racism from a Christian perspective. Examine the status of "races," trace the history of racism in modern societies, and analyze case studies in light of a biblical vision of humanity, righteousness, justice, and love. Learn to come alongside, honor, and learn from minoritized others, as well as address concrete manifestations of racism. If you are seeking to be a well-informed, self-aware, anti-racist follower of Jesus, this class is for you.
Live Online and Recorded: This course is being offered live online in Summer 2021. In order to support students who are unable to attend a class session or who wish to review course content, recordings of each class will also be made available, to all students, on the course Moodle page for 48 hours.
This course is also offered as THEO 528
There are no prerequisites for this course.