Episode 199: Antiracism vs. Compositional Diversity Part 2 of 2

This is part 2 of our two-episode conversation called Antiracism vs. Compositional Diversity: Why seeking justice matters to have true unity in Christian spaces. This live conversation was part of the Unlearn program offered at Calvin University through the Center for Intercultural Student Development. During this week, students, faculty, and the community are invited to educational events and forums to learn and have conversations designed to unlearn biases and promote Biblical antiracism. Jane Bruin, a friend and occasional guest on the Antioch Podcast is one of the organizers of this program. At the end of this broadcast, you will hear Jane as she vets questions from the audience that came in during this live event.

If you missed part 1 of this presentation, go back and listen to Episode 159… or just keep listening – the conversation has been a good one.

When we left off, we had just begun discussing the topic of antiracist worship design – asking questions about song choice, representation in worship, and looking at who gets to make decisions about how worship is done within a particular Christian space.

As we rejoin the conversation, Michelle continues the conversation with another provocative question.



The Next Worship: Glorifying God in a Diverse World – Sandra Maria Van Opstal