A House Without Walls: How Christ Unites His Ethnically Divided Church

by Dan Crabtree

Genres: Christian Living, Social Interest

ISBN: 9781649601216

284 pages

Price: $17.99

In light of the heart-breaking ethnic division rending America today, A House Without Walls seeks to foster multi-ethnic harmony in evangelical congregations by bringing Biblical clarity to current racial and ethnic conversations. It uses Scripture to answer some pressing questions of our day like,

  • “Are all people inherently racist?”
  • “Does the gospel include racial justice?”
  • “Does the Bible advocate for white repentance?”

A House Without Walls attempts to realign discussions about race under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, focusing on Biblical understanding and applications. It also includes extra-Biblical research explaining the language and logic of current conversations about race, with an aim towards confidence in engaging the prevalent cultural discourse on race.

The hopeful outcome of this work is unity among believers from diverse ethnic groups facilitated by this Scriptural study.


Dan Crabtree pastors at Immanuel Bible church in Springfield, Virginia, where he also serves as adjunct professor for the Master’s Seminary.