About as often as people call for engaging in long-needed, long-avoided conversations on racial injustice, they lament the shape of the conversations actually taking place. The loudest, most unforgiving voices fill the arena, while others stay on the sidelines, either because they fear saying the wrong thing or because the whole problem seems too uncomfortable or intractable. It doesn’t have to be this way, says Isaac Adams, especially among those calling themselves brothers and sisters in Christ. Read the interview with Tim and Isaac over at Christianity Today.