By William H. Perkins, Jr.
Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission
In this season of ugly racial accusations, the viciousness of which in many cases has not been experienced in decades, it’s inspiring to hear about people of different colors and backgrounds coming together for the common good—and to know that Jesus Christ is the reason.
Jena, Louisiana, was the scene of boiling racial tension just last year. A series of incidents at the local high school culminated in an assault against a white student, and six black students were arrested. Never shy about exploiting a situation like this—and seldom interested in the details—national news media descended on the small town and stirred the bad blood that already existed. Read More