Anti-whitism Spreads Through U.S. Churches

Unfortunately, anti-white prejudice has crept into almost every American institution, including the church.

“I would like to discuss this further as it relates to the church,” Allie Beth Stuckey says to Jeremy Carl, the author of “The Unprotected Class: How Anti-White Racism Is Tearing America Apart” and senior fellow at the Claremont Institute.

Stuckey maintains the narrative that “yes, white people, you are collectively responsible for what some black people at some point in history went through,” and “even among conservative evangelicals, this has been 100% accepted, celebrated, and glorified.”

Carl has observed the rise of anti-White discourse in a number of Christian-led organizations across the nation.

Carl says, “You’ve seen these kinds of issues emerge in these very prominent evangelical spaces.” I discuss topics such as Christianity Today, the Gospel Coalition, and Acts 29 Network, and it’s important to note that I don’t make generalizations based on my knowledge, nor do I wish to falsely accuse anyone associated with these organizations of engaging in these issues.

In a post on X, Brett McCracken, an editor at the Gospel Coalition, urged “white Christian leaders to defer to non-white and nonwestern Christian leaders.”

Stuckey remarks, “We see this kind of language all over.”

Carl claims that even the president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary acknowledged his racism and said he would continue to do so until his “glorified body is resurrected.”

Carl claims that it’s akin to sending out a virtue signal, since someone who genuinely practices racism—at least in the sense that it’s commonly understood—shouldn’t be in charge of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

None of them have acknowledged their mistakes, to the best of Stuckey’s knowledge.

“Well, I don’t think mocking white image bearers of God was the right thing.” These people haven’t apologized for their actions, she claims.

Carl chuckles, “I suspect that you will have to wait an extended period of time before you receive that type of apology.”

Author: Blake Ambrose

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