What shall we conclude then? Do we have any advantage? Not at all! For we have already made the charge that Jews and Gentiles alike are all under the power of sin.

As it is written:

“There is no one righteous, not even one;
there is no one who understands;
there is no one who seeks God.
All have turned away,
they have together become worthless;
there is no one who does good,
not even one” (Romans 3:9-12, NIV).

The fact is that non-whites are often every bit as racist as whites, for reasons that have far more to do with the brokenness of human nature than any abstract system of white supremacy.

All Lives Matter

There was a time that where saying, “All lives matter” could be seen as a retort to, “Black lives matter” (although I suspect it was almost never meant that way).

If the father of Ahmaud Arbery can emphatically state, “All life matter,” then I think we can safely, together, exclaim, “All lives matter!”

“Let’s keep doin’ and making this place a better place for all human beings.”

“Love everybody.”

Amen Marcus. God bless you.

Creationism is White Supremacy?

Given this article, I am more scientific than Scientific American:

Allison Hopper damns creationism. It’s not that people have an honest, religious belief. Instead…

I want to unmask the lie that evolution denial is about religion and recognize that at its core, it is a form of white supremacy that perpetuates segregation and violence against Black bodies.

At it’s core, Christian religion is about Jesus, nothing more, nothing less.

Later, the author writes:
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I’m interested in people’s thoughts about this discussion of studies that were the genesis of microaggression discussions:

Please base your responses on the article’s merits, not whether you believe microagressions exist, are harmful, etc. I don’t think the post is attempting to argue one way or the another about that.

The scientific method is important to defend.

“Unspeakable Truths about Racial Inequality in America”

On of the problems that I’ve developed from the modern Internet is getting my information I small bites. It has hurt the number of books I read…and made me often only read the top of long articles (or just glance through them for key points).

I’m glad I fought that urge for this article by Glenn Loury. You should read it completely too: