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When Churches Embrace Movements That Teach “Whiteness is Wickedness,” This is What We Get

by | Sep 21, 2022

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The Church should be the conscience of society, speaking biblical truth to the lost and destroying arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God (2 Corinthians 10:5). One of those lofty opinions raised against the knowledge of God is Critical Race Theory (CRT). And instead of destroying that argument, many churches have embraced it.

In a nutshell, Critical Race Theory teaches that white people have embraced a system that they call “whiteness” or “white supremacy” that oppresses black people. In the eyes of those who have embraced CRT, all white people are guilty of racism because of their “participation” in the system that gives them “privilege” and “power” over other races. Therefore, white people, by the very virtue of their skin color, are seen as evil and wicked and, to many people, to be eliminated.

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While it is not surprising that the secular world would embrace such horse garbage, it’s sad when Evangelical churches also embrace it and perpetuate it. The fruit of this movement is not “reconciliation,” as many churches have claimed. The fruit is hatred, violence, and destruction all aimed at white people. And when it happens to children, this is what you get.

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