On Saturday, one of the members of my church sent me these images of a “devotional” she found in Target. This kind of thinking is a direct result of CRT and is completely anti-biblical. I shared the first page on Saturday but let me now share the whole thing for context: pic.twitter.com/oiRxHQXY53— Ryan McAllister ? (@RyanTMcAllister) April 5, 2021
If you are Black, you can write anti-white screeds like this and have them sold at Target, Amazon and Barnes and Noble. You can have a Twitter and YouTube account. You can be a professor at Mercer University. See, that’s how systematic racism holds you back in our society.
“A book containing a prayer by a Black female author calling on God to “help me hate white people” is causing a lot of controversy.
The book, A Rhythm of Prayer: A Collection of Meditations for Renewal, was edited by Sarah Bessey and published in February and is available at major sellers such as Target, Barnes & Noble and Amazon. The passage in the book by Chanequa Walker-Barnes, “Prayer of a Weary Black Woman,” seeks spiritual guidance to stop “caring” about white people who inevitably perpetuate racism.”
Dear God, Please help me to hate white people,” Walker-Barnes writes. “Or at least to want to hate them. At least, I want to stop caring about them, individually and collectively. I want to stop caring about their misguided, racist souls, to stop believing that they can be better, that they can stop being racist.” …”
Isn’t it interesting how that works?
Do you know anyone who has the “white privilege” to say something like this and get away with it in our society? Paula Deen? Papa John? I sure don’t.
I’m pretty sure that I have also never said anything nearly as hateful as this in my entire life. I can’t imagine what it is like to have the mindset of someone who would pray to God to give them the strength to hate people of another race. And yet, I am supposed to believe that I am the “hater” and the “extremist” for simply believing things which used to be completely normal in this country like the idea that race and sex exist or which most Americans still believe like there are only two genders?