Blog » Black Lives Don't Matter More Than Anyone Else's
- Oct 20th, 2016 at 9:13 AM (CST)
In America currently we are suffeirng social unrest due to friction between the black community and the police. There seem to be too many cases of injustice, I agree. However, there is also too much hatred in the black community toward police.
I wonder how many people who call themselves Christians marched at a rally in Minnesota and chanted about the police, "Pigs in a blanket, fry 'em like bacon." Our culture seems bent on retaliation, whether by litigation, violence or defamation. There has been such a disconnect spiritually in the minds of cultural Christians that they cannot even see their own hatred, or worse, if they acknowledge their hatred they attempt to legitimize it.
Black lives don't matter more than anyone else's. That's my response leveled at those who would spew hatred without regard to respect of authority. I would state the same whether the demonstrators were Hispanic, Asian or European. There simply is no justification for return of hatred by anyone who calls themselves Christian.