Did Jesus “curse” people and things? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Several people “cursed” in the New Testament, including Jesus. What does it all mean to us here and now? Are curses real today and if so, what do we do?
Racism can’t be dealt with without wisdom. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
We look at ignorance, prejudice, bigotry and racism with godly wisdom and our highest godly intentions.
Racism at its core is the wholesale devaluing of an entire race of people. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
A few weeks ago we began a conversation about racism and its origins. We talked about the mythical “Curse of Ham” which led to a mythical subduing of the black race. All of that said, we also looked at some history and effects of racism over the last 1500 years and asked plainly, does God show any kind of a racist approach to humanity? This week we want to continue looking at this difficult and sensitive subject through the lens of scriptural understanding and truth.
Racism – it is one of the hardest, most emotional and divisive subjects in our present culture. Understanding what it means, where it came from and how to deal with it are some of the many pressing questions that surround this issue. One of the utterly false reasonings that helped to provoke our modern day racial experience is “The Curse of Ham." What does it mean, where did it come from and how do we know that it is wrong? Let's find out!
In one way or another, prejudice has dominated human culture for thousands of years. Because prejudice is an internal characteristic, it is often hard to detect it until it has had time to develop and finally show itself in our words or actions. As Christians, can we be shielded from prejudice? Do the scriptures teach us how to avoid it or how to remedy its effects? Is prejudice ever a good thing? Stay with us this morning as we plunge into this wildly difficult topic and try to get a grip on a true Christian perspective.