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‘Let’s Preach the Whole Gospel’: Q&A with Jemar Tisby on Bridging the Racial Divide

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Jemar Tisby shares how knowledge, prayer, and action can work in tandem to speak truth into often-misunderstood issues of race and justice.

 

 

 

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na, us citizens have the right to not like some one for any reason, Christianity and the bible have nothing to do with out lawing " I don't like you" or "I hate you". the law in the US is responsible for seeing that every citizen has access to the same privileges and public services. which has been accomplished, but you do not have the right by any stretch of the imagination to make someone not hate you. it don't matter for what ever reason.

 

even God reserves the right to withhold Himself, the revelation of Himself and what He has from those whom He doesn't care for.

 

this garbage goes on and on, like some merry-go-round. when its politically expedient to speak Christian values like everyone is Christian to gain a voice in the community and then say its ok to tolerate what's been coming down the pike for the last 60 years in the US as ok lifestyles is hypocrisy. the so called American Christian says one thing then votes another, or it wouldn't be so now, that doesn't really matter, its expected of human nature, but its a factor in this equation.

 

 

as far as the monuments in question, there is the view that no one will allow Nazi stuff be demonstrated in Germany after WWII, not because its evil, because the winner of the contest, has the say.

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