White Supremacy Tag Archive

In the previous post, I about how White Supremacy has impacted my theological views. In this second post, I address how White Supremacy has similarly impacted my views and tastes in music, both individually as well as in the corporate worship life of the Church.

First, a story. Continue Reading

Rev. Duke Kwon and Dr. Greg Thompson’s recent posts at The Front Porch (Here and here) have kicked up a lot of important conversation about White Supremacy; both it’s motives and methodology. In response, I want to share my story about the ways in which I’ve recognized how White Supremacy has invaded some of my views and attitudes. My hope is that by “going first” and sharing my story, others might see themselves in Kwon and Thompson’s writing and critiques, and receive them as a gift of love to the Church (as I have while I followed their work the last few years).

Here is how White Supremacy invaded my theology. Continue Reading