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An interview with Jemar Tisby to discuss race, communism, and why we sometimes don’t like to talk about either.

Season three of Truce has been all about how the rise of communism in Russia impacted the Christian Church. As we approach the end of the season, I want to highlight some of the important takeaways.

One of them is that communism can be used as a scapegoat. That is used by some people to get the public to hate or disregard something they don’t like. That could be the COVID crisis or Black Lives Matter.

Our guest today is Jemar Tisby. He’s the author of the New York Times Bestseller “The Color of Compromise” and “How to Fight Racism“. He’s also a frequent voice on the Pass The Mic Podcast. You can access his Substack email list here.

Helpful links:

  • Article about the Wyoming Health Department official who resigned due to his denial of COVID 19.
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