Race, Ethnicity, and the Gospel
Editor’s note: this collection of video, audio, and print resources is curated from Concordia Seminary’s Scholar archive (https://scholar.csl.edu). These open-access resources are free for congregations, ministries, and individuals to use for further reflection, study, and conversation.
1 Corinthians 7:29-35
Note: this was the first MLK Day after the police killing of Michael Brown in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.
1 Corinthians 6:12-20
Doing Justice: Paradoxical and Doxological Dimensions
Lutherans and Justice: A History of Quietism or Activism?
Freedom of a Christian: Lutheran Contributions to Human Dignity, Human Rights, and Social Justice
John Witte Jr.
Note: the three presentations above come from the 2012 Theological Symposium, “Doing Justice: The Church’s Faith in Action” (https://scholar.csl.edu/theo/2012/). Papers from this Symposium were published in the Summer 2013 issue of the Concordia Journal, available to alumni and subscribers through the Atlas database.
A Commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr.
Kaye Wolff, Kou Seying, John Loum, Eustolio Gomez, Allan Buckman, et al.
Diversity and Unity in a Multicultural Church
Perspectives from the Field II
Personal Perspectives from Ethnic Communities
Perspective from the Field “Spiritual DNA for a Multiethnic Church: 101”
Personal Perspectives from Ethnic Communities: African-American
Expressions of Hope, Part 2
Other Historical Resources
Opportunities and Challenges in Ethnic Ministry
Renewing Urban Ministries
Effective minority ministry in the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod
Mission and Ministry in the Trenches
Modeling a New Approach in Urban Ministry
Black and White Together : We Shall Overcome
Black Urban Ministry Part 2