Another unarmed black man, with raised hands, was fatally shot by a white police officer.
I thought white police officers ought to protect and serve its citizens? Or is it only to protect and serve those who look like them and people of color they will treat as criminals?
This is troubling. This is disturbing.
According to the twin sister of the unarmed black man, with hands raised, who was fatally shot down by a white cop,
“We’re truly devastated. The entire family is devastated… That big bad dude was a father, that big bad dude was a son, that big bad dude was enrolled at Tulsa Community College just wanting to make us all proud, that big bad dude loved God, that big bad dude was in church singing with all of his flaws every week.”
I will continue to use this blog to blog against the evils of racism in this nation. It is a gospel issue. READ Galatians 2:11-14.
My white brothers and sisters, I see your passion against things like abortion. Rightfully so! But why not the same passion against racism, where people of color are being treated less than human?
You have the power to act! Why stand idly by and continue to do nothing, while innocent black men are being gunned down on the streets by white police officers?
According to the Apostle Paul, to be a racist is to go against the gospel of Jesus Christ. To be a racist is “not acting in line with the gospel of truth” (Gal. 2:14). I know you know this. Then why not act against this oppression and discrimination against people of color?
It’s time for the white American church to do something. And if she continues to display indifference and apathy toward these evil actions of white police officers, she will one day have to answer for this indifference and apathy.
In the end, however, I’m confidence that Jesus will right all wrongs–for he’s a God of justice (Isaiah 9:7).