Assistant Professor of Systematic and Contextual Theology and Associate Vice President for Diversity at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Walter R. Strickland II appeared in the below podcast (in 2016 I think, the video has been doing the rounds on social media) promoting the writings of black liberation theologian J. Deotis Roberts. There is a particularly worrying discussion from around 13:40mins about what it means to be saved and what is justice. Whilst in reference to James Cone's eschatology, in distinction to Roberts', the lack of Biblical clarity is very troubling. In the latter half of the discussion Strickland also appears to advocate a racialised understanding of God and "restoration". This is what is being taught in supposedly conservative seminaries. Along with the recent cover-up by SBTS and Al Mohler of self-professed racist Matthew Hall's outrageous statements it's clear something is deeply wrong in "conservative" Christianity.