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Following Jesus, Facing Race: An Adult Education Special Event

By February 7, 2021February 19th, 2021No Comments

In order to make progress on race, we have to truly look into it, discuss it and discern how our faith leads us to speak about it with truth and respond to it with faithful action rooted in our beliefs. If we “face” race while following Jesus, we will truly be witnesses of the good news to a world made cynical by bad news.

Registration deadline – February 24. Can’t make it Saturday? Register for the event by Wednesday, February 24 and we will send you a link to the recording of Dr. Bacote’s presentation. Click here for online registration.


Dr. Vincent Bacote (Ph.D., Drew University) is an Associate Professor of Theology and the Director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College.He is author of Reckoning with Race and Performing the Good News: In Search of a Better of a Evangelical Theology(2020), The Political Disciple: A Theology of Public Life(2015), The Spirit in Public Theology: Appropriating the Legacy of Abraham Kuyper (2005). He has contributed to several books including Cultural Engagement: A Crash Course in Contemporary Issues (2019), The Church’s Social Responsibility (2015),and Black Scholars in White Space (2015).

He has been an assistant theology editor for ChristianityToday and has been a regular columnist for Comment( and has also had articles appear in magazines such as The Banner, Books and Culture, Christianity Today, Think Christian and re:generation quarterly and journals such as The Journal of Markets and Morality, Christian Scholars Review, Urban Mission and the Journal for Christian Theological Research. An avid tennis player, occasional bass guitarist and incessantly curious person, he lives in Glen Ellyn with his family.

Event Information

Saturday, February 27 | 9-10:15am on Zoom

Questions & Registration

Please register before February 24. Contact Pam Gilbert for more information or click here for online registration.