For decades, the Salvation Army has prided itself on traditional Judeo-Christian values. Even as the mob awakened to attack it, the organization refused to waver in its unwavering convictions.
Before Christmas 2021, that seems to have changed.
Follow National rating, Salvation Army has released a new guidebook titled “Let’s Talk About Racism”. The book is reported to be flawed logic that persists, at the heart of leftist philosophy known as important racial theory.
In the book, the Salvation Army said it “regretly acknowledges that National Salvationists have at times committed the sin of racism and conformed to the economic, organizational, and social pressures that divide division.” Racism exists”.
The first part of that request is perfectly fine. Many people have committed the crime of racism, and that should be condemned wherever it happens.
However, equating racism with mere action is “appropriate” to American society rife with CRT lies.
The main idea of the CRT is that the institutions of the United States are inherently racist, and thus anyone who interacts with traditional American society acts in a racist manner.
On the face of it, this suggestion is a lie. The United States has laws specifically designed to prevent discrimination based on race, and anyone who engages in such discrimination is actually breaking the law.
It is true that slavery in America put black Americans at a disadvantage, and some of those effects can still be felt today. But this does not mean that Americans today deserve to be punished for the actions of their distant ancestors.
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NS Gospel, which the Salvation Army was committed to, was based on the ideas of grace and forgiveness. This is in stark contrast to the idea that white Americans should automatically be demonized for the sins others committed hundreds of years ago.
To make matters worse, the Salvation Army has released another document called “A Study Guide to Racism,” NR reported. It compares ideas based on the radical arguments of CRT advocates Ibram X. Kendi.
“The subtle nature of racism is that people without a sense of racism easily operate with the privileges, power and interests of the dominant nation, thereby unwittingly perpetuating injustice.” “, the document said according to NR.
In Kendi’s view, the only way to salvage this “unconscious bias” is to become “Against racism. ” While Kendi has tried to paint “anti-racism” as a good thing, it essentially reverses discrimination.
The guide of the Salvation Army acknowledged this fact by saying Martin Luther King Jr. the philosophy of “color blindness” is really racist in and of itself.
“Instead of trying to be color blind, try to see the beauty in our differences, and welcome them to your church and workplace,” the guide said.
“Being color blind also ignores the discrimination our Black and Brown brothers and sisters face and doesn’t allow us to properly address racism.”
In fact, MLK Jr. does not support ignorance of different cultures. Instead, he said race should not be a mechanism used to determine a person’s worth.
According to a critical race theorist, it’s actually a good thing when distinguish based on race, as long as the discrimination comes at the expense of white people.
Admit it or not, Kendi believes that the only way to address past injustices is to inflict more injustice. In accepting this position, the Salvation Army is acting in direct opposition to the teachings of the Bible.
In the Bible, God makes it clear that justice is only His to give. He speaks clearly against the idea of humans committing crimes against each other in an attempt to correct perceived injustice.
Sadly, these CRT lies are seeping into many American institutions. Even Christian Organizations like the Salvation Army cannot avoid the damage this dangerous philosophy can do.
https://www.westernjournal.com/ahead-christmas-season-salvation-army-shocks-nation-embrace-critical-race-theory/ Before the Christmas season, the Salvation Army shocks the nation with its critical race theory