When churches are placed in communities that are multi-ethnic, they should not be content with mono-ethnicity. Jesus died for every tribe, tongue, and nation, and some of those tribes are in our own community.
Associate Professor of New Testament Interpretation (2013); Book Review Editor, The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology
Jarvis J. Williams has served as an Associate Professor of New Testament Interpretation at Southern Seminary since 2013. He’s published numerous academic works. Williams’s research focuses on soteriology (broadly defined) in Second Temple Judaism, the Second Temple Jewish context of Paul’s soteriology in Romans and Galatians, and the intersection of soteriology and race.