Albert Mohler, the president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, endorsed the Williams and Woods’s piece with this tweet:
— Albert Mohler (@albertmohler) August 6, 2019
And then came the critical tweets:
As each day passes you prove more-so what @tomascol and other faithful men are warning us about.
— Jason Harris (@JasonHarris2819) August 7, 2019
Anti white, liberal incrementalist rhetoric like this ignore the many crimes committed by other races daily, deny whites an ethnic community that African Americans and Hispanics enjoy, and legitimize replacement level migrations.
— Jacob Dodson (@tradistjacob) August 6, 2019
The problem is that the gospel of Christ states the fact that all men are sinful before God. You seem to taint the gospel by putting the call of repentance for racism on only one group when the other group is just as culpable. And that only brings more tension.
— Gil Martinez (@gimar63) August 7, 2019
How is any faithful Christian supposed to heed the advice of this article in fighting racism and White Supremacy when you and your brothers are promoting such gross redefinitions of those terms––the very redefinitions by which the faithful are also being abused in the culture?
— Jacob Brunton (@JacobTBrunton) August 7, 2019
I am guessing that these tweeters endorse this video.
Jemar Tisby, author of Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism called them it out.
Al Mohler is nobody’s liberal, and neither are the writers of the article he shares, but look at the replies. In all this talk of white nationalism, we ignore Christian fundamentalism to our peril. There’s always a spiritual/religious element that gives authority to ideologues. https://t.co/HP77KlzzCY
— Jemar Tisby (@JemarTisby) August 7, 2019