Posted On June 28, 2021

CRT & Intersectionality with Dr. Josh Buice

by | Jun 28, 2021 | Tulips and Honey

For our 100th episode here on Tulips & Honey we have a very special guest joining the program today! It was such a privilege to have Dr. Josh Buice discussing CRT and intersectionality with me, it’s such an important topic. I’m so thankful for his explanations and the stand he’s taken against the Social Justice movement. I’ve added an outline for today’s episode, as well as all the links to books and resources mentioned by Dr. Buice.

TS 00:02:45 – Josh shares his testimony

TS 00:07:45 – How can we help make people aware of false converts in church?

TS 00:11:45 – Do you have any encouragement for pastors of small churches?

TS 00:13:20 – What is the Gospel?

TS 00:18:15 – What is CRT, Intersectionality, and Social Justice?

Cynical Theories by James Lindsey:

Intersectionality Score website:

TS 00:29:30 – How did you become concerned with CRT?

TS 00:35:00 – Sign the Dallas Statement on Social Justice:

TS 00:36:45 – What do you think about the SBC’s Resolution 9?

TS 00:44:00 – What is the difference between reparations and atonement?

TS 00:47:00 – Equity vs Equality by Just Thinking:

TS 00:49:00 – How do we address CRT slipping into our churches?

TS 00:51:00 – Should someone consider leaving their church if they continue teaching CRT?

TS 00:54:30 – Resources recommended for listeners/viewers to learn more:



3. Faultlines by Voddie Baucham:

TS 00:59:20 – What are some things/tactics you recommend believers use and some you might recommend we avoid using, when discussing CRT/SJW/BLM with others?

Ad Hominem:

TS 01:02:00 – Listeners Questions

TS 01:02:20 – Is it time to leave the SBC?

TS 01:08:30 – Any seminaries you can recommend that are standing against CRT?

The Master’s Seminary:


Grace Bible Seminary:

TS 01:10:50 – What are the subtle signs of CRT is seeping into my church?

TS 01:12:20 – Any materials that would help children understand CRT?

Westminster Kid’s Catechism:

Paul Washer’s Catechism:

Catechism blog resources:

01:16:30 – What do you have coming up that we can look forward to?


01:20:15 – How do you feel about pineapple pizza?

01:22:30 – How can we be praying for you?

Delivered by Grace:

For more information about Dr. Buice you can find him on social media:




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