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Many Christians want to stand for racial unity, but don’t know how. And many approaches to “racial reconciliation” can create more problems than they solve. Join Monique Duson, founder of Center for Biblical Unity, on a journey to a solid approach to racial unity, one deeply grounded in historic Christianity. Reconciled is a six-session Bible study for small groups, homeschool co-ops, or individuals will help you not only understand the biblical model for unity, but practical ways to live it out in your everyday life.

Lesson Titles

  • Lesson 1: What is the "Ministry of Racial Reconciliation"?

  • Lesson 2: Who Do You Think You Are?

  • Lesson 3: What Does It Mean to be Family?

  • Lesson 4: How Do We Walk in Unity?

  • Lesson 5: What Can We Learn from the Early Church?

  • Lesson 6: Whose Responsibility is Racial Unity?

Delivery: The digital version will be delivered as a PDF. The paperback version is delivered by Amazon.


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About the Author

Monique Duson

With a background in social service and children’s ministry, Monique Duson has worked with a diverse array of underserved communities, not only in her hometown of Los Angeles, CA, but also as a missionary in Cape Town, South Africa. After advocating for Critical Race Theory (CRT) for more than two decades, Duson experienced a series of events that revealed the contradictions between CRT and the historic Christian worldview. After earning her B.A. in Sociology from Biola University, Duson founded the Center for Biblical Unity to lead respectful and Bible-centered conversations on race, justice, and unity. Duson is currently working on her M.A. in Theology.

Endorsement by

J.P. Moreland, Ph. D

Distinguished Professor of Philosophy

Talbot School of Theology, Biola University

We are in the midst of a very serious period of cultural chaos, division, and instability. And make no mistake about it: The Church is our best hope for solving these problems.This guided study offers a hopeful way out. If you read and put into practice the ideas it presents, you cannot help but be an informed part of the solution to the honor of Jesus Christ and the good of our brothers and sisters. I am so grateful that this is now available.

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J. Warner Wallace

Dateline featured Cold-Case Detective, Senior Fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, Adjunct Professor of Apologetics at Talbot School of Theology (Biola University), and author of Cold-Case Christianity and Person of Interest

Monique Duson has given the church a unique and timely resource. While the culture searches for a way to address racism and inequality, Christ followers are struggling to evaluate Critical Race Theory in light of the teaching of Jesus. Reconciled: A Biblical Approach to Racial Unity will help Christians form a foundation for the unity we have in Christ as we come to understand the healing power of the Gospel.

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