Blackness Has Become A Commodity

Blackness was once considered a curse, now it’s considered a commodity. Just as intellectuals from decades and centuries ago created white supremacy to label black skin a curse, many intellectuals today have created critical race theory to label black skin a commodity. For that reason, blackness has become one of the most valuable items on…

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A Hundred Years Ago In Minnesota

Eighty-eight days ago in Minnesota, George Floyd was apparently killed by police officer Derek Chauvin. And eighteen days afterward on June 12, a black man named Max Mason was posthumously pardoned for a crime he didn’t commit.  Max Mason didn’t receive a pardon because of what happened to George Floyd eighteen days earlier in Minnesota….

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Why Reformed Christians Are Vulnerable To Social Justice

Many young Christians didn’t learn how to understand justice from Scripture. So in college, they learned how to understand justice from culture. And now, they think injustice is justice. And they interpret Scripture through culture, not culture through Scripture.  That’s why many professing Christians are more committed to Black Lives Matter than Biblical theology. But…

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Do Not Repay Racism For Racism

My white girlfriend recently said to me: “Sam, thank you for never making me feel bad about being white.” She said that because in 2020 my skin colour isn’t the most controversial pigment in our relationship—her skin colour is. Our culture in 2020 doesn’t tell me to feel guilty about my skin colour. Our culture…

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