This is a long article, but well worth the read. Other denominations and non-denominational churches are on the same bandwagon.
Source: Racism in the PCA – The Aquila Report
Racism in the PCA – The Aquila Report
— Read on www.theaquilareport.com/racism-in-the-pca/
This is an EXCELLENT read!
Does Systemic Racism Exist? – The Aquila Report
Source: Does Systemic Racism Exist? – The Aquila Report
Blog Post – The New Segregation
— Read on www.gty.org/library/blog/B190506
Why Looters Loot | The Cripplegate
Source: Why Looters Loot | The Cripplegate
“These recent days have been sorrowful ones. The curse of the Fall has been three-dimensional in painful ways. Lives have ended that should not have. The great intruder of death has reared its ugly, uninvited head. Equally uninvited, has been financial ruin, physical injury, destruction of property, anxiety, fear, emotional distress, closure of stores and services, not to mention the virus. Truly these last few months have been replete with thorns and thistles. Some have experienced immense pain. Thankfully, our God is the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who gives great hope of Jesus Christ, he who will right all wrongs.
A few months ago, it was mentioned here that Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality (CRT/I) collectively, was being embraced by many within professing Christianity. At the 2019 SBC Convention, for example, it was insisted that CRT/I was merely a tool alongside biblical Christianity for the purpose of understanding cultural-sociological issues. However, as many proposed, CRT/I has proved far more than a mere tool subservient to biblical Christianity. That fact has become more clear in these most recent days. Rising up from the recent sorrowful events, we have seen what many understood, and warned of: Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality is not a tool, but an entirely separate religion. One could argue that it is America’s Newest Religion.”
Source: America’s Newest Religion | The Cripplegate
This is an open letter to Jonathan Steingard, Lead Singer of Hawk Nelson, from Pastor Gabe Hughes. It is quite lengthy. Pastor Gabe responds to Jonathan’s admission that he no longer believes in God, in it’s entirety and in great detail.
Source: An Open Letter to Jonathan Steingard, Lead Singer of Hawk Nelson