Dr. Reggie Williams :: How would Bonhoeffer respond to race in today’s culture?

  • “The question for Bonhoeffer is our ability to love our neighbor as ourself,” explains Dr. Reggie Williams, an Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics at McCormick Theological Seminary. Since Christ has already vicariously represented humanity, we must recognize the “God-loved humanity” of all people, no matter race or type. This often means helping minorities to recover their lost humanity. “Christ stands in for all of humanity before God.”

    Dr. Reggie Williams :: Bonhoeffer and Racism Today



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