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Critical Race Theory, Intersectionality, and the Gospel




Tom Ascol

Originally published in February 2020

 Over the last several months evangelical Christians have been forced to think about Marxist concepts that, heretofore, were foreign to them. Due in large part to the infamous “Resolution 9” that was adopted by the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), language identifying those concepts, if not the proper understanding of them, has become somewhat familiar to evangelicals.

After all, the title of the SBC’s Resolution 9 is “On Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality.” The Resolutions Committee strongly rejected any critique of their resolution by the messengers present. They also dismissed my attempt to offer an amendment to it that would have made the resolution more explicitly theological and added warnings about the Marxist origins of the ideologies being promoted.


Please see the Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel

Resolution on the Incompatibility of Critical Race Theory
& Intersectionality with the BFM


Voddie Baucham & CRT

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