The title of the article is “The People in Christians’ Blind Spots.” But here’s the money graf:
After collecting two months of responses, Wright and his team spotted some patterns: Evangelical and Catholic churches didn’t have statistically significant responses between letter-writers with white-sounding names and those with black, Hispanic, or Asian ones. Mainline ones were much more troubling: “For every 100 mainline churches that replied to white-sounding names, 89 replied to black names, 86 to Hispanic, and only 72 to Asian,” Wright wrote.
I’m guessing this isn’t the response pattern that was expected.
Remember that mainline churches are far more likely to reject the inerrancy of the Bible as well as traditional Christian doctrine.
Maybe caring about what the Bible teaches about doctrine spills over to “life” more than we think!