Our Stories and God’s Providence, with Esau McCaulley

Esau McCaulley

+ Esau McCaulley, discussing his new memoir, reflects on the way we tell Black stories and how we make sense of our narratives for the glory of God.

Originally published

March 5, 2024

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Esau McCaulley

Esau McCalley is assistant professor of New Testament at Wheaton College and the author of Reading While Black and How Far to the Promised Land, among other works.

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