Amy Black

Wheaton College

Guest

Professor of Political Science at Wheaton College, an evangelical school in Illinois; author of Beyond Left and Right: Helping Christians Make Sense of American Politics and Honoring God in Red or Blue: Approaching Politics with Humility, Grace, and Reason

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Since this morning, when we first recorded our broadcast of To the Point, the Southern Baptist Convention  elected its first black president . The  Rev.

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The  Southern Baptist Convention , born before the Civil War in defense of slavery, was a bastion of white supremacists through the civil rights movement and into the 1990's.

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