If you’ve been following the blog for a while, you know that, from time to time, I post biblically edifying, informative movies, videos, or documentaries on Tuesdays – ergo, “Movie Tuesday.”
Recently, my friend, Pastor Travis McNeely, released a six video series on Critical Race Theory featuring LSU law professor, Randy Trahan. In this series, Randy, a former proponent of CRT, describes his journey into – and out of – critical theory, explains what CRT is, and why it’s a danger to the church, particularly to Southern Baptists.
So, for the next few weeks, every Tuesday will be Movie Tuesday as we make our way through this video series. I would urge you to carefully watch each episode – especially if you’re Southern Baptist (if we actually have an SBC annual meeting this year, this issue is sure to come up) – so you’ll be informed and able to develop a biblical position on this egregious false teaching that is quickly spreading through the church.
Travis has developed a discussion guide to go with the videos, so as you watch, consider whether this might be a good series for your pastor to guide your church through, and pass it along to him.
Missed an episode? Part 1 Part 2
Maybe after three weeks of seeing a video on CRT in your inbox or newsfeed, you’re thinking, “What’s the big deal? After all, isn’t CRT just a helpful ‘analytical tool’ we can use for thinking about race and solving racial problems?”. In today’s episode, Randy helpfully explains that CRT is a big deal, and gives us nine reasons why.
Without further ado, here is part 3 of the series.