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5 More Good Faith Debates from The Gospel Coalition

This week the blog is sponsored by the Gospel Coalition and they are pleased to announce a second season of Good Faith Debates, premiering on The Gospel Coalition’s YouTube channel weekly through March 19.

TGC debuted the Good Faith Debates video series with five episodes last year, featuring prominent Christian thinkers discussing contentious topics like gun control, the “woke” debates, the pro-life movement’s priorities, how to address racial injustice, and the usefulness of the term “evangelical.” Now, we’re releasing five more debates on some of the most divisive issues facing the church today.

Here’s the debate release schedule for Good Faith Debates season two:

  • Debate #6 (Watch Now): Should Christian Parents Send Their Children to Public Schools? | Jen Wilkin vs. Jonathan Pennington
  • Debate #7 (premiering February 26 at 4 p.m. ET): Should Christians Support Tougher Immigration Laws?| Matthew Soerens vs. Darren Guerra
  • Debate #8 (premiering March 5 at 4 p.m. ET): Should Addressing Climate Change Be a Public Policy Priority for Christians? | Brian Mattson vs. Jake Meador
  • Debate #9 (premiering March 12 at 4 p.m. ET): Should Churches Be Slow or Quick to Embrace New Technology? | Patrick Miller vs. Jay Kim
  • Debate #10 (premiering March 19 at 4 p.m. ET): Can Racial Reconciliation Happen Without Racial Justice Being Achieved First? | Darryl Williamson vs. George Yancey

When we keep the gospel central, we can disagree on lesser but still important matters in good faith. In the Good Faith Debates, we hope to model this—showing it’s possible for two Christians united around the gospel to engage in charitable conversation even amid substantive disagreement.

We hope you’ll consider joining the conversation on YouTube when these debates premiere (subscribe to TGC’s YouTube channel) or gathering with friends, family, or church members to watch and discuss the debates together at a later date (download free group discussion guide).

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