Category Archives: Discrimination in the Church

How can South Africa effectively fight racism?

In a recent article, a debate in South Africa has resulted in a proposed prescription for fighting racism. The prescription focuses on transforming the history curriculum taught in universities and schools. South Africa must first transform the mindset on those … Continue reading

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Why the Founder Effect misguides the cause for racism?

In a recent article, an author presupposes that the Founder Effect is the cause for racism. This devotion has caused an atrocity.┬áIn the last few years, the very idea of telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the … Continue reading

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How should Black parents respond to Charleston shooting?

In a recent article, both Democrats and Republicans responded to the Charleston shooting from religious and political perspectives respectively. Those perspectives continue to elude the fact that such racist terrorist acts are rooted in racism in the classroom. What is … Continue reading

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How did racism in the classroom contribute to Charleston shooting?

In a recent incident, Dylann Roof has been arrested for the Charleston Shooting. The shooter was apprehended by police with no incident. The Charleston shooting could have been avoided with the elimination of classroom racism (Elcloomism). According to several reports, … Continue reading

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Can merging Christian denominations eliminate church discrimination?

In a recent article, US Churches Make Moves to Become More Diverse, Less Racially Segregated, two Florida churches in Jacksonville are merging together which will require them to eliminate church discrimination. The two churches, Ridgewood Baptist Church, a predominately White … Continue reading

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