Theology of Race and Ethnicity
What Does the Bible Say about Race and How do We Apply it to the Local Church?
This course aims to provide a biblical framework for racial unity and to apply that framework and biblical wisdom to real-life ministry scenarios within the local church, such as racial reconciliation, multiethnic churches, interracial marriage, and transracial adoption.
What You Get: This is a self-paced, asynchronous course containing 11 lessons. Lessons consist of video teachings, printable lecture notes so you can follow along, and homework assignments. You will have access to the course materials for 12 months.
Cost: $75.00 + textbook
Textbook: One Blood, by John Perkins
I found it so helpful to have a language to talk about Truth in love in a dark, blind, and deceived world. VERY ENCOURAGING. Thank you for your authenticity and for your faithfulness in your ministry.
This course will challenge and it will change minds. It did with me! It will also be a good preparation and first step on understanding and looking for reconciliation. Pastors and churches should take it.
I think that leaders in my church could benefit from this course to be better equipped to help our church not get sucked into CRT and to stand firm on the Bible. Thank you for teaching this course. It was a huge blessing to my learning and growth.
This class was a great place to develop a Biblical foundation for understanding these issues, and a safe place to ask questions and learn from others.
Ready to enroll? It's as easy as 1-2-3.
- Complete the online registration form and pay the tuition fee.
- You will receive a confirmation via email after the registration form is received.
- You will receive an email notice from Teachable within 3 business days once you have been officially enrolled in the course.
Questions? Email the Online Course Assistant.
This course is taught by Monique Duson (co-founder, President of Center for Biblical Unity) and theologian and Christian apologist, Krista Bontrager (co-founder, VP of Center for Biblical Unity).