Category Archives: Biblical Theology

What the Bible Says about Racial Intermarriage

Our modern culture of diversity and inclusion is not opposed to racial intermarriage or any form of race-mixing. Increasingly, this lifestyle is promoted and accepted as “normal” in the media and entertainment industry, government policy, and churches. Fewer people of … Continue reading

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What the Bible Says about White Supremacy – Part 2

An honest, cursory review of history reveals that the past great civilizations were built by White people, the White race. Sumer (c.3100-2300 B.C.) Phoenicia (c.3000 B.C.) Egypt (c.3000-526 B.C.; founded by Menes, descendant of Ham—Psalm 78:51; 105:23,27) Assyria (c.2400-607 B.C.) … Continue reading

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What the Bible Says about White Supremacy – Part 1

Included in the list of pejorative, race-obsessed, buzz words intended to express a belittling connotation of criticism and disrespect is “White supremacy.” If you want to make White people cringe and cower, just let loose the racially-charged epithet accusing them … Continue reading

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What the Bible Says about Love

The Bonner County Human Rights network helped spearhead the “Love Lives Here” campaign last fall. A rally in one of the downtown parks in Sandpoint sprouted a small crowd of people as they listened to a few pep talks and … Continue reading

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What the Bible Says about Hate – Part 2

I was talking with a well-known and long-time journalist not long ago who had covered Richard Butler and also other “hate” groups and people in northern Idaho. Butler headed the Aryan Nations group at one time. The journalist told me … Continue reading

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What the Bible Says about Hate – Part 1

“Hate” is a popular and often-used word by those who advocate and promote multicultural diversity and racial inclusion at every level. Those who disagree with those ideals are the targets of the label “hate.” And people who “hate” are to … Continue reading

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What the Bible Says about Anti-Semitism

A commonly used tactical weapon employed by today’s Jews and ignorant professing Christians, as well as others, is the label of “anti-Semitism.” With the manufactured cultural backdrop of the “Holocaust,”1 anti-Semitic is assumed to mean anti-Jew. Should you criticize, expose … Continue reading

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What the Bible Says about Racism

Since there is no word in the Bible such as “racism” or “racist,” is there another word or concept that would be representative? To find out the answer, we have to determine what “racism” means. So, let’s do a little … Continue reading

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What the Bible Says about Race

It is widely assumed that all the different races and racial sub-types are not really individual races at all, but are all included in one race – the human race. Race in Secular Thought For example, modern-day anthropology, promoted by … Continue reading

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The Return of Jesus Christ and Modern Christianity

It’s nigh impossible to listen to a typical Christian radio station without encountering two of the most popular topics being taught. They are that Jesus is coming back at some point in the future and the central mission of the … Continue reading

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