I'm grateful to the Perspectives Journal of Reformed Thought for featuring me as a guest writer on The 12 blog.
I wrote a piece, "Common Grace and Race," that addresses the topic of institutional racism and the Reformed/Kuyperian tradition. Here is a snippet:
While the Kuyperian tradition has claimed that common grace is operative throughout the whole world, it has often failed to recognize it across human culture. What would it mean to begin to unhook common grace from the legacy of white supremacy? To start, it would mean listening to and dialoging with marginalized voices. Additionally, it would mean recognizing the cultural contextualizations of Christian discipleship.
Read the whole article here.