Roundup: Seven Early Posts on Ferguson

In the wake of the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson for the fatal shooting of African American teenager, Michael Brown, opinion posts are dotting the Internet landscape. Here are a few early posts about Ferguson, race, and the viewpoints of Christians.

The Ferguson Grand Jury Has Given Us Our Marching Orders (Thabiti Anyabwile, Pastor of Church Planting, Capitol Hill Baptist Church)

Ferguson and the Cross by Derwin Gray (Pastor, Transformation Church)

Five Ways to Pray for Ferguson by D.A. Horton (National Coordinator for Urban Student Missions, North American Mission Board)

Ferguson and the Path to Peace by Russell Moore (President, Ethics & Religious Liberties Commission)

Ferguson Response by Darrin Patrick (Pastor, The Journey in STL)

A Decision on Ferguson: How Should Evangelicals Respond? by Ed Stetzer (President, Lifeway Research)

Response to Ferguson Grand Jury’s Decision a Moral Test for All America by Al Mohler (President, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary)

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