At this point in history, it is universally recognized inside and even outside the church that racism is a sin. This is a good thing, but it is sadly not the end of the issue. There are now two definitions of racism, one of which is Biblically sound, while the other is a dangerous lie. … Continue reading What is Racism and What Can Christians Do About It?
If you’ve never heard of the Sparrow Conference until now, you're not alone. I hadn’t heard of it either, until just last week, when I heard about Ekemini Uwan’s disturbing comments about how ‘whiteness is wicked’. The video was pulled already, so I heard about it on The Dividing Line, hosted by Dr. James White. … Continue reading Whiteness Isn’t Evil: A Response to Ekemini Uwan
In the last few years, there has been a surprising amount of controversy around race in the church. People are actually confused about how Christians of different races should relate to each other, because everything is stupid. The confusion centers primarily, if not exclusively, (at least in the U.S.) on how white Christians and black … Continue reading What Is The Role Of Race In The Church?
Recently, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary released a report detailing the history of racism at the institution, alongside a statement denouncing and lamenting said racism. In addition, the Southern Baptist Convention has denounced racism and slavery in an official statement. This is a good and necessary thing to do, distancing the seminary from the racist … Continue reading Reparations Are Not The Path To Justice