Voddie Baucham, a native of Los Angeles, is a former pastor and church planter who is now Dean of Theology at African Christian University in Lusaka, Zambia.
In this address, he warns of a "cultural Marxism" that is driving America by dividing people by race and other forms of identity.
While acknowledging the deleterious impact of multi-generational national sins, Mr. Baucham argues that racial resentments can be overcome through the grace of God.
His remarks, recorded at a Founders Ministries conference in 2019, have been condensed for this podcast.
Voddie Baucham's books include The Ever-Loving Truth: Can Faith Thrive in a Post-Christian Culture? (B&H Books, 2004) and Expository Apologetics: Answering Objections with the Power of the Word (Crossway, 2015).
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