Race, Cross and the Christian
By John Piper (Crossway)
A 2012 Outreach Resource of the Year

“An increasingly diverse and cynical society will no longer find credible the message of God’s love for all people as preached from segregated pulpits and pews. That’s why an increasing number of ministry leaders today are addressing the question, “If the kingdom of heaven is not segregated, why on earth is the local church?” In Bloodlines, John Piper joins the conversation—and draws attention to the growing movement. However, rising dissatisfaction with pragmatic models of homogeneity, and any subsequent pursuit of a multiethnic church, cannot be fueled or hastened by idealism alone. Rather, intentionality demands personal introspection, sound exegesis and humble theological reflection, as well as the exercise of extraordinary faith, courage and sacrifice. In Bloodlines, Piper delivers on all these fronts.” —Mark DeYmaz, from the March/April 2012 issue of Outreach magazine

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