Tagged: Black America

Did Moses marry a black woman? Probably.

In Did Moses Marry a Black Woman? John Piper has a nice short discussion of Moses’ wife, and how Christians ought to view interracial marriage – which is, favorably, as long as they are in the faith – otherwise, we are disobeying the command and...

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Come on [black] people!

In Come On People: On the Path from Victims to Victors, Bill Cosby and Alvin F. Poussaint challenge black Americans, as well as all Americans, to take responsibility for their own destiny rather than playing the victim.  Those of us outside of the black community...

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Darwinism’s history of racism

Darwinists hate the common association of their pet theory with eugenics, not to mention it’s role in giving scientific validation to Nazi eugenics.  But the historical connections are unavoidable.  (BTW, the same goes for the eugenic roots of the murderous Planned Parenthood). Take, for example, the textbook that...

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Why Bill Cosby Is Right, by Juan Williams

Juan Williams, senior correspondent for NPR‘s Morning Edition and political analyst for Fox News, recently gave a 90 minute lecture at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and his lecture was included in Princeton’s University Channel Podcast, with the...

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Emancipation from the Liberal Plantation

African Americans are leaving the Democratic party in greater numbers because they feel that it’s liberal and anti-religious values don’t match theirs.  A new video, Emancipation, Revelation, Revolution, documents the history of black gains erased by Democrats after reconstruction, and shows many prominent modern blacks...

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Ascended Blacks Leaving the N*ggers Behind

Much has been made of late of the “N” word in black circles, and in the news.  For years, accomplished blacks have become pariahs in their black communities when they leave the victim mentality behind and take responsibility for their own success.  Unfortunately, when men...

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