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What Christians Get Wrong About Critical Race Theory – Part I

We must labor to understand and evaluate CRT in light of history, political philosophy, sociology, and theology—and the movement’s internal diversity.

We must labor to understand and evaluate CRT in light of history, political philosophy, sociology, and theology—and the movement’s internal diversity.

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Written by Nathan Luis Cartagena

Dr. Nathan Luis Cartagena is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Wheaton College (IL), where he teaches courses on race, justice, and political philosophy. Cartagena also serves as the faculty advisor for Unidad Cristiana, a student group working to enhance Christian unity and celebrate Latina/o cultures.