As such, let me share six ways that White Evangelicals, among others, can respond.
First, if you’ve never spoken up about some of the offensive things that Trump has said, this would be a good time to apologize for that.
Second, if you are in ministry leadership, affirm (or begin) a commitment to developing a multicultural approach that more intentionally elevates people of color.
Third, we must all speak for—and sometimes even join—those who are marginalized.Fourth, we must embrace the refugee, the immigrant, and people on the move.
Fifth, we must speak up and quickly condemn any and all racist comments flowing out of this election.
Sixth, we must elevate non-Anglo evangelicals.
You could not get more fleshly, more earthly, more unspiritual than that. Placing guilt upon a whole people that are not proven to be guilty is not only unjust, it is slanderous. To apologize for another man's sin is also wrong. To elevate anyone based on race is itself, racist. After admonishing racism among white Evangelicals, he turns around and pushes racism. Twice.
Joh 6:63 "It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh profits nothing; the words that I have spoken to you are spirit and are life.
And how does Scripture describe such wisdom as that of Stetzer and those puppeting the same liberal, racist, socialist nonsense?