Does Systemic Racism Exist?

The conflict over slavery was: is it right or wrong? The conflict over segregation was: is it right or wrong? However, the conflict over systemic racism isn’t: is it right or wrong? The conflict is: does systemic racism exist or not? That is a fundamentally different question. Americans are not divided over whether systemic racism…

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5 Non-Black Americans React To George Floyd’s Murder

I’ve asked 10 Christians—5 black Americans and 5 non-black Americans—to share their reactions to George Floyd’s murder. Some people believe black Americans and non-black Americans—especially white Americans have entirely different reactions to injustices against Geoge Floyd and black men. But as you read in part 1, and as you’ll see in this article, part 2—these…

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5 Black Americans React To George Floyd’s Murder

I’ve asked 10 Christians—5 black Americans and 5 non-black Americans—to share their reactions to George Floyd’s murder. Some people believe black Americans and non-black Americans—especially white Americans have entirely different reactions to injustices against Geoge Floyd and black men. But as you’ll see in this article, part 1, and tomorrow’s article, part 2—these individuals have…

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Is Racism Worse Than Murder?

We probably wouldn’t know Ahmaud Arbery’s name if he hadn’t been killed by two white people. When black people are victims of alleged murder, our reactions are often measured by the skin colour of the perpetrators. When the level of outrage over injustices against black people is precipitated by the level of melanin in the…

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Hardship and Friendship

Sometime last year, I walked out of a building to walk unto a bus. That’s what happened—that is what must have happened. I just don’t remember it. I don’t remember pushing the building’s door to walk out. I don’t remember my steps before I walked unto the bus. I don’t really remember much about that…

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Identity Politics Is A Threat To The Pro-Life Movement

Identity politics is a threat to human rights and the pro-life movement, especially in Christian circles. Last year, I shared a tweet saying: “One of the biggest indictments against the social justice movement (or the identity politics movement) within evangelicalism today is that it hasn’t produced a greater passion against the biggest human rights violation…

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