This Year’s Best Book on Racial Reconciliation

Evaluated by R. York Moore

Outreach Resources of the Year: Racial Reconciliation

Now in its 17th year, the 2020 Outreach Resources of the Year honors the past year’s best books that emphasize outreach-oriented ideas and ministries.

The racial reconciliation category was evaluated by R. York Moore, national evangelist for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA and the author of Do Something Beautiful.


Intensional: Kingdom Ethnicity in a Divided World: D. A. Horton ...

InTENSIONal: Kingdom Ethnicity in a Divided World by D.A. Horton (NavPress)

Horton provides fresh language and metrics in the much-needed dialogue around race in America. InTENSIONal reframes what has become a tired dialogue around racial reconciliation, expands the conversation and roots it in a greater kingdom theology. With real and significant implications for mission in a divided world, this book emphasizes racial “conciliation,” which goes beyond reconciliation and affirms the inherent dignity and value of all racial/ethnic identities. Horton represents a fresh and powerful voice in kingdom conversations around justice in general, and ethnic conciliation specifically.

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