Racial Justice Part I
This course gives the student a good primer in understanding the insidious nature of structural racism and how it can infiltrate the church. Students gain biblical context and background for the historical patterns of sin that have led to people perceiving themselves superior to others dating back thousands of years. Participants get the opportunity to explore variants of evil that parade openly in society and sometimes masquerade in the church.
Dr. G. Steve Kinnard has been an evangelist and teacher with the New York City Church of Christ for over thirty-five years. He holds degrees from Freed–Hardeman University, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Drew University. Steve is the Dean of Bible and Professor of New Testament at the Rocky Mountain School of Ministry and Theology. He is also Adjunct Professor of Bible at Lincoln Christian University. Steve has written over fifteen books. These books cover various topics including: spiritual formation, social justice, the life and ministry of Jesus, novel on spiritual warfare, and the martial arts. Steve is the editor of Teleios, the journal of the Teleios Society. Steve has taught classes on every populated continent around the world. He works in the Hudson Valley, New York ministry with his wife Leigh. They have two adult children and two grandsons.