Skip to content

Why is 11:00 on Sunday Morning the Most Segregated Hour?




Is the church responsible for racism? Is the church becoming too woke? How do race and religion fit together? Learn from (Pastors Keith Simon) and (Patrick Miller) as they discuss this topic and address these questions. Interested in more content like this? Scroll down for more resources and related episodes, including (What Is Critical Theory?) and (George Floyd, Race, Protest, and the Bible). Like this content? Make sure to leave us a rating and share it with others, so others can find it too. Use #asktmbt to connect with us, ask questions, and suggest topics. We'd love to hear from you! To learn more, visit our (website) and follow us on (Facebook), (Instagram), and (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO and @TenMinuteBibleTalks.  Outline 0:25 - COVID-19 vaccine 3:30 - Douglas Murray on race: (The Church of England's New Religion) 8:10 - NT Wright's response to Douglas Murray: (The Word of God) 9:40 - History of race in the church 10:45 - 1667: (The Key Slavery Statutes of the Virginia General ) 14:10 - Early church's attitude towards slavery 15:35 - Father Tolton 19:05 - Richard Allen and the (African Methodist Episcopal Church) 26:15 - How are we addressing these issues as a church? 28:10 - The KKK, Woodrow Wilson, and church ministers 33:10 - Billy Graham and passive, moderate Christians 35:20 - Civil Rights Act and political realignment 37:00 - Why is 11:00 on Sunday morning the most segregated hour? 39:50 - (What Is Critical Theory?): analytical tool vs. comprehensive worldview 43:30 - (Reading While Black) by Esau McCaulley 46:10 - (Bernie Madoff) conundrum 51:00 - Where are we today?: Baseball analogy 53:40 - NT Wright on how the Bible addresses race 56:25 - (Galatians 3.28) and (Revelation 7.9): What the church should look like 1:06:50 - Subscribe. Rate. Share. Social Facebook: ( Instagram: ( Twitter: ( Passages Galatians 3.28: ( Revelation 7.9: ( References "The Church of England's New Religion" by Douglas Murray from The Spectator: ( "The Word of God" by NT Wright from The Spectator: Support this podcast