We Have Not Abolished Racism

William Wilberforce didn’t abolish racism in Britain. John Graves Simcoe didn’t abolish racism in Canada. Thomas Jefferson didn’t abolish racism in America. Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation didn’t abolish racism. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights leaders didn’t abolish racism. Barack Obama’s election didn’t abolish racism. We have abolished slavery, not racism. We have…

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Moses or Marx?

If I change my positions on racial equality because evangelical leaders disagree with me, I would have been pro-slavery in the eighteenth century because of George Whitefield and a segregationist in the twentieth century because of Carl. F. H. Henry. Evangelical leaders do not hold a monopoly on truth. The Bible is innerant: they are…

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The Anti-Islamophobia Motion: An Alliance between Islam and Progressivism

A couple of months ago the Canadian government passed Motion 103, also known as the anti-Islamophobia motion. Some, namely the Liberal Party and the New Democratic Party, are downplaying the political ramifications of the motion. If we believed them, we would conclude that M-103 isn’t least bit threatening to the fundamental freedoms of Canadians. In…

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Black Lives Matter and the Gospel

I recently came across a response to my Black Lives Matter and White Privilege article by a writer from CultureWarReporters.com. And though the writer, Evan, is critical of my article, I actually really enjoyed his response. This is, of course, not to suggest that I agree with Evan’s conclusions or assumptions—which he humbly admits as…

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