The Gospel Coalition’s (and Neo-Calvinism’s) Continual White Genocide Denial

The saints at the Gospel Coalition are at it again.

They are doing the Lord’s work, giving us flannel-shirt wearing LARPers the hottest takes on the extreme Gospel measures the niggers in South Africa are taking to rectify the extreme “injustice” of the totally evil apartheid imposed upon the passive, helpless, blacks by the aggressive, mean, white people.

For instance, Brett McCracken, a “senior editor at the Gospel Coalition” and resident of the zealously Christian multicultural state of California, has penned both a confused and obfuscating piece of travel literature that includes things about churches in it. Confused because he tries to reconcile his desire to insist upon racial egalitarianism being the bedrock of Christian ecclesiology, meaning white people must accept and deal with their institutional and demographic displacement because of Jesus or something. This belief is based upon the fallacious equivocation of soteriological egalitarianism with sociological egalitarianism.

McCracken attempts to reconcile the cliché meme of their being “no color line in heaven”, and therefore Christians being a fundamentally eschatological, brown and beautiful community, with his desire to see those filthy white people in South Africa get their land expropriated and systematically murdered, legally and informally, by a hostile black majority in control of the state. Or, as he puts it, the need for “social justice”.

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“Neither Jew Nor Greek”: Is Alt-Right Race Realism Unchristian?

Is it improper for a Christian to notice significant biological differences between racial groups, and to allow such knowledge to influence his thinking and behavior? Erick Erickson seems to suggest as much when he contends that the race realism of the alt-right contradicts biblical teaching, in particular Paul’s statement in Galatians 3:28 that “there is neither Jew nor Greek […] for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.” Erickson claims that this verse commands Christians to “transcend race” — in other words, to deny or disregard racial differences. But this verse and others like it clearly concern a sort of equality between Christians with respect to their salvation, not total equality between all people, or all races. Continue reading ““Neither Jew Nor Greek”: Is Alt-Right Race Realism Unchristian?”