By Mike Erre | Listen | 40m
Published in August of 2018
SUMMARY: Pastor and podcaster Mike Erre deftly answers this question (“Prove to me that the Bible says I must value black lives, and hate ethnic supremacy.”) that he received on Twitter using Biblical proof. Delivered in the style of a sermon.
KEY QUOTE: “If you hold the view that one race is superior to another you are literally anti-Christ. End of story. This isn’t a murky issue in the Bible. Part and parcel of the gospel of Jesus is the reconciliation of us not only to God, but to each other.”
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