Believe me, prejudice is an ugly thing.
A question that many including me, have been voicing, where are the White Evangelical pastors voices denouncing the acts of violence by racists, White nationalists, White supremacists, neo-Nazis, as demonstrated in full view on the world’s stage this past weekend in Charlottesville, VA, where their rally was held. As a reminder, 80% of self-described evangelical church members voted for Donald Trump to be our next US president?
How can these pastors take on the the mantle of the Christian faith while being silent on the sin of racism in their midst?
Here’s the rest of the story…
On August 12, 2017, Jemar Tisby for the Washington Post penned the following report, “After Charlottesville, will white pastors finally take racism seriously?”
“(This past weekend) white supremacists assembled in Charlottesville for a public demonstration of hate. They held torches and chanted phrases such as “White lives matter!” and “Jews will not…
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