Skip to comments.College Offers ‘Is God A White Supremacist?’ Religion Class [Swarthmore, Philly]
Posted on 01/19/2017 10:44:26 PM PST by Olog-hai
A Philadelphia-area college is offering a religion class to its students titled Is God a White Supremacist?
According to Swarthmore Colleges course catalog, the course will focus on representations of race in religious discourses and social practice. [ ]
Tariq al-Jamil, the head of the schools religion department, will be teaching the course.
(Excerpt) Read more at philadelphia.cbslocal.com ...
Professional predators raping young minds.
Do you get an ‘A’ for just saying “No”?
If the answer is yes, as I suspect it will be in that class, then doesn’t it mean that non-whites are pretty much f**ked?
The article has two comments. No one is even listening.
Dear Philadelphia-area college- God isn’t a white supremacist- He IS however a righteous judge- so ya may just wanna think twice about mocking Him like you are
Mussies doing the jobs that Ameticans wont
THE best summation I've ever seen. I'm going to steal it.
I am going to college right now and unfortunately this assault on Christianity is all too common on campuses these days
here, religion this..
love God, zero Hour....
Aeon’s Promise..eclectic Christian rock....
Shows that they do not know who God is nor that they have even the slightest understanding of how He is. Sad.
So we can scrape and bow to the false god of political correctness and pretend these truths no longer mean anything probative, or we can accept a set of facts which make clear God's affection for white folk.
Like we need more proof than, "Hey, He made us white."
Is Swarthmore a real college?
Al-Jamil needs to think outside the box. God is not a human. So, what does he think of Mojo?
They obviously don’t mean that. What they mean is: “All you Christians are evil racists, but we neck-slicing muzzies are nice people.”
I am not a believer in the Meiner/Blumenbach theory. That has led down very dark paths.
I do however believe in the Biblical account of the families of the sons of Noah as represented by Shem, Ham and Japheth. And the sons of Jacob (a descendant of Shem) are no more “supreme” above any other human, but were chosen for a specific purpose and were given God’s own law, which is not a privilege but a responsibility. There is also the promise given to the descendants of Ephraim and Manasseh, Joseph’s two sons; this prophecy is quite often glossed over.
I am glad. I have never heard of either of them or their theory. I merely watch, read, ask, absorb, discern, and, at times, comment upon that which I've observed.
They are the ones that came up with Caucasian/Mongolian/Negro as racial categories.
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