Justin Giboney, a co-founder of the social Marxist organization known as the AND Campaign and a prominent The Gospel Coalition (TGC) contributor, says that a rejection of redemptive social justice is a rejection of orthodoxy. To phrase this in simpler terms, Giboney is essentially saying that unless you’re on board with the Marxist oppressor/oppressed ideology and its tenets of class warfare, you’re a heretic.
Yep, he said that–out loud.
But that was last year. Now, he has taken his ideology to its logical conclusion and called on churches to pursue reparations based on nothing more than skin color—because that’s the “biblical” thing to do. According to Giboney, during a recent “debate” at The Gospel Coalition, several Southern Baptist institutions, including Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, have acknowledged benefiting historically from slavery. Today, Giboney says that these institutions, churches, and organizations must find ways to support black and brown organizations without cultural strings attached.
In other words, Giboney says that the biblical thing to do is to practice the sin of partiality and support financial reparations for those people with a certain skin tone.