Removing the Southern Baptist Convention’s Stubborn ‘Stain of Racism’

As a woman invested in the SBC’s progress, I find it unfortunate that Williams and Jones neglected to consider the influence and leadership of women in aiding the SBC to remove its stubborn stain of racism from its midst.

Kevin Jones and Jarvis Williams
Kevin Jones and Jarvis Williams. (Photo: Emil Handke Southern Seminary)

As a woman invested in the SBC's progress, I find it unfortunate that Williams and Jones neglected to consider the influence and leadership of women in aiding the SBC to remove its stubborn stain of racism from its midst.

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Written by Lanie Anderson

Lanie is a writer, student, and editor living in New Orleans. She is pursuing an M.A. in Christian apologetics, and is also assistant to the director of apologetics, at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Lanie blogs at lanieanderson.com.

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