Racism is a real thing, and as Christians, we need to take this sin seriously when it pops up, as with any sin. We can no longer allow the conversation about racism to be highjacked to advance political purposes. This is not an issue of politics, this is an issue of righteousness, and for that, we need Christ.
How Not to Fight Racism digs down to the foundations of contemporary ideas about what it means to be ‘anti-racist’. Where do these ideas come from? How do they measure up to Scripture?
Luke Hulley is convinced that the modern anti-racist agenda is not only ineffective at bringing reconciliation, it is a deadly poison that is further destroying any hope of healing happening cross-culturally. Therefore, the heart behind this booklet is to get the conversation about racism back onto a Biblical foundation and to warn the church how not to fight racism. This booklet is written for anyone passionate about justice and ridding the world of the scourge of racism.
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