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.”



More curated resources on black lives matter:

ARTICLE: Dear White Brothers and Sisters: Why #BlackLivesMatter Matters to You

Living in intimate relationships with people of color or at the very least speaking with people of different opinions is a must for Christians to work through racial issues says Natasha Sistrunk Robinson, the Assistant Director of the Center for the Development of Evangelical Leadership (CDEL) at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Sistrunk Robinson also explains three things to help white evangelicals know where some black people are coming from when they say black lives matter.

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