Friday Forum Book Group — The Color of Compromise

On February 12, 2021, Adventist Forum held its Friday Forum Book Group with guest panelists Michael Nixon, Esq., Vice President for Diversity & Inclusion at Andrews University, and Scott Moncrieff, PhD, professor of English at Andrews University.

We discussed The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism by Jemar Tisby (published by Zondervan, January 22, 2019, 250 pages). Read Scott Moncrieff’s review of this title by clicking here.

This discussion was hosted by Adventist Forum Board Chair Carmen Lau and board member Alexander Carpenter. Spectrum Journal Editor Bonnie Dwyer and SpectrumMagazine.org Managing Editor Alisa Williams are conversation partners for the Friday Forum which seeks to promote community, value scholarship, and imagine ways for Adventists to live an abundant kingdom life together.

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To view our Friday Forum Reading List and Schedule click here.

 

Alisa Williams is managing editor of SpectrumMagazine.org

Image credit: Spectrum

 

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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/11065

I have become familiar with a similar format, having taken on-line courses via Zoom in education and mental health. In my continuing education courses there have been two main presenters and then comments/questions by the on-line participants/viewers. If handled the correctly it can be a good learning experience both for the presenters and the viewers. I think the Friday Forum Book Group was handled very well in a one-hour format. The moderator did an excellent “job” with the introduction to the book topic and allowing the group time to add their summary and viewpoints. My only “problem” was not setting myself up to take notes on some of the comments and quotes. It was well worth the time to view this Book Group presentation.

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