Racism and Christianity: Having the Hard Conversations
Join Kristin as she speaks with Dr. Antipas Harris and Dr. Paul Meier, of our own Meier Clinics Podcast, as they discuss racism. Both are men who follow God’s path, one black, one white. They both sit down and have the difficult conversation about racism, how Christianity is impacted by it, and racism in our general lives. Hear these two incredible men, different in many ways, have a tough conversation that actually feels refreshing.
Dr. Antipas L. Harris holds a dual appointment as president-dean of Jakes Divinity School (JDS) and associate pastor at The Potter’s House (TPH), both located in Dallas, Texas. A brilliant thinker and prolific writer, Harris is advancing the vision of Bishop and Chancellor T.D. Jakes, founder of the fully-accredited, online seminary. Responding to the growing need for cutting-edge ecclesial leadership that transcends denominational lines, Harris’ mandate is to prepare today’s leaders for tomorrow’s Church.
Dr. Paul Meier is an MD, Psychiatrist, and an Ordained Minister who is the founder of the Meier Clinics. He has authored or co-authored over 80 books, mostly Christian self-help books like Love is a Choice and Happiness is a Choice, and also a series of Bible Prophecy novels, including The Third Millennium. He is the host of our very own Meier Clinics Podcast, you can find more of his podcasts available there.
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