One of the most astonishing and disturbing trends in evangelicalism over the last few years is the significant number of leaders and organizations that have succumbed to the pressure of the “Woke” mob to join them in their attacks upon the so-called “White” culture and traditional Christianity.
One of the most astonishing and disturbing trends in evangelicalism over the last few years is the significant number of leaders and organizations that have succumbed to the pressure of the “Woke” mob to join them in their attacks upon the so-called “White” culture. Organizations, such as The Gospel Coalition, and leaders of the SBC, among many others, have gone on record as supportive of the objectives of BLM, CRT, and other leftist groups. Voddie Baucham, in his powerful book, Fault Lines, highlights the dangers to the Church inherent in such actions.
The errors in this are not difficult …
I’m half white and half black. My melanin doesn’t change my worth or my propensity to sin. Yet we live in a culture where we are told that our skin color confers upon us a status that is fixed, assigned by an elite class of humans who call themselves “scholars.” They want us to see everything through the broken lens of “race”—a human construct that has only served to dehumanize us throughout history. As a person with brown skin, I reject my assigned “status” and refuse to see everything through that distorted prism.
Posted in CRT/Racism/BLM, Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged African American Policy Council, Alexis McGill Johnson, Booker T. Washington, Brad Sears, Charlie Dates, Critical Race Theory, Democrat Party, Dr. Carol Swain, Friedrich Engels, Henry Bomberger, Karl Marx, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Marxist Critical Theory, New York Times, Planned Parenthood, Ryan Bomberger, Ryan Scott Bomberger, Voddie Baucham
It’s a curious phenomenon that racists rarely see their own racism—the plank in their own eyes. That was true during the long, torturous days of slavery. It was true during the long torturous days of Jim Crow laws. It was true during the Civil Rights Movement. And it’s true now. No, it’s not conservatives who are spreading racism while remaining blithely blind to it. It’s Ta-Nehisi Coates, Robin DiAngelo, Nikole Hannah-Jones, and BLM who are spreading racism like manure throughout our cultural system. And it’s racist Ibram X. Kendi who sees himself as “anti-racist” and wrote,
Posted in CRT/Racism/BLM, Faith, Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged Anthony Esolen, Black Lives Matter, Critical Race Theory, Derrick Bell, Ibram X. Kendi, Jim Wallis, Nathan Cartagena, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Robin DiAngelo, Sojourners, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Thomas Sowell, Tommy Curry, Voddie Baucham, Wheaton College
In light of recent events that have led to racial unrest, protests (both peaceful and riotous), looting, and calls for sweeping societal changes, Dr. Voddie Baucham asks the question that every Christian today must consider and answer: “Is the Bible sufficient for racial reconciliation?”
In his 2019 address at the Southeast Founders regional conference, Dr. Baucham relates his own experience and approach to racial reconciliation and contrasts the “new hermeneutics” and “new canon” with the supremacy and sufficiency of the Bible for all matters of faith and practice. Drawing from Ephesians 2, he proclaims that God has already broken down …
In Genesis 1:27, we are told that “God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him …” Moses is very clear. God did not say he created humanity and then divided us by categories. All men and women are created as a singular race that is a direct reflection of the unity of triune God himself. There is absolutely nothing here that suggests otherwise.
There are a lot of really bad ideas swirling around our culture right now. (That headline is one of them.)
Among many bad ideas, I am concerned about the things being embraced by various people and groups in a manner that has been termed “virtue signaling.” If you have not heard of this, think of Nike’s new commercials decrying racism, as if the whole world was eagerly waiting to know what a shoe company thinks. After all, we all know that the shoes we wear impact how we speak and behave towards each other. We must …
One of the unfortunate side effects of the coronavirus pandemic has been the cancellation of numerous conferences and other events. With the benefits of technology, many of those events have been able to take place online. The full experience may not be the same, but at least we don’t have to miss out completely!
Posted in Education
Tagged Carl Kerby, Cheri Frame, Dan Lietha, Elizabeth Urbanowicz, homeschooling, Illinois Christian Home Educators, Jeff Lewis, Kelly Crawford, Ken Ham, Kirk Smith, Krisa Winn, Nancy Bjorkman, Sonya Shafer, Voddie Baucham