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The Misleading Language of the Social Justice Movement

Intentionally mixing your church with black and white individuals may appear to be integrated, but if the Lord is not building His church, our cries for multiethnicity within any local church will be nothing more than social justice window dressing. Read More from Darrell Harrison:… Continue Reading …

Culture’s Tragic Redefinition Of the Term White Evangelicalism

As increasing numbers of professing Christians subscribe to a gospel of social justice – a fundamental tenet of which is the resurrection and prosecution of past sins committed primarily by white evangelical Christians against black people whether by commission or omission – the term ‘evangelical… Continue Reading …

Being Black Is Not the Most Important Distinction About Me

Much is being made today of the state of the so-called “black community.” Unfortunately, this is not breaking news. The truth is that we made much of the black community in the 1960s. …and the 1970s… …and the 1980s… …and the 1990s… …and… Well, you… Continue Reading …

How support for Donald Trump exposed the racism of the left

The question is a simple one: Does an American citizen who is legally registered to vote have the right to cast that vote for the candidate of his or her choice? Simple enough, right? Apparently not, as it depends on who you ask. The post-election… Continue Reading …

Why some who call for an end to racism don’t really want it

It seems the incessant noise about race relations in America is becoming more deafening with each passing day. The topic has become so ubiquitous it’s as if the very word ‘racism’ is the last one you hear before going to bed each night, and the… Continue Reading …