On Human Race: Racism
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Racism is not a sin. The modern-day ‘sin’ of racism was invented in the 19th century and then imported into the churches from the decadent and decaying culture. If you think that racism is a sin, then you have been misled.
In this episode, we go over the history of the term "racism" — where it originated and how it entered our modern culture — and take a look at how Satan is using it to destroy the Church. This is the culmination of our series on race and the most important episode in the series. This episode may make you uncomfortable, but the truth is worth the price.
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- Racism and Overcoming the Idolatry of Babel [YouTube]
- "Racism" in Webster’s Dictionary (1828)
- If you want to read the resolution from the second half of this episode, it can be found in the proceedings of the 2019 convention, which can be found here.
- Magnus Hirschfeld [Wikipedia]
Some discussion of sexual matters, but not in explicit terms.
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One Reply to “On Human Race: Racism”
Thank you for covering this. I have been seeing this on my own but didn’t know how to best explain it