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Reformed Theology in African American Perspective

In this special interview, we welcome Jemar Tisby and Phillip Holmes, President and Vice President respectively of Reformed African American Network (RAAN), to talk about their website, race, the church, and ways to put all these things together. Jemar and Phillip are both students at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi, and have founded RAAN with this particular mission:

…to fuel modern reformation in the African American community and with a multi-ethnic mindset by providing biblically-faithful resources, by connecting Christians who adhere to Reformed doctrines–especially African Americans, and by building theology in community from a Reformed and African American perspective as well as with others from diverse ethnic backgrounds.

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