Tag Archives: racism

American history has been so sanitized that most people think about it in a “blahzay” (blasé) way, unshocked by its horrors. (For fresh insights search: Off the RACE Track book.)

Racism is the idea that certain physical characteristics set people off from other people creating a hierarchy of human value. Advertisements

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Finding hope in America’s racial problems

Through Christ, all walls of division have been torn down. Believers from every tribe and tongue are united by the blood of Jesus. A former Engaging Missions guest, Steve Simms, comes to talk about racial reconciliation. As ministers of reconciliation, … Continue reading

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Elvis, Tupelo, & race

My mother grew up poor in Tupelo, Mississippi, next door to Elvis. In spite of the strong Jim Crow (forced segregation) laws, they played with both black and white kids. My Southern parents raised me in Arkansas and Tennessee and … Continue reading

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E-race card

America needs an e-race card. A psychological app to erase the myth of race. When people are negatively labeled by their skin color, the race card is displayed on their body, like a giant tatto. Before there was race baiting, … Continue reading

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Is race a myth?

This week’s episode of Crazy Bible Stuff discusses one of the world’s biggest problems race. Is race even real?

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Where did disunity & divisiveness come from?

Who wrecked the unity, love, and harmony in the Garden of Eden? Well, Adam blamed Eve. Then Eve blamed the serpent, but the serpent didn’t have a leg to stand on. Even after raising so much Cain, the next generation … Continue reading

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You might be unracist if . . .

The vast majority of Americans claim (and believe) that they are not racists. However, in an unracist society, race isn’t an issue. You might be unracist if you look at faces and don’t see races. You might be unracist if … Continue reading

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