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Reader what y'all think? California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law legislation that recognizes a third gender option for driver’s licenses and birth certificates. Gender is no longer either male or female, according to the state of California. ‘It means that when somebody looks at my license, it’s not going to be as confusing to them.’ Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday signed into law legislation that recognizes a third gender option for driver’s licenses and birth certificates. Starting in 2019, Californians will be able to identify themselves as not just male or female, but “nonbinary.” The bill was one of many Brown left to the last day of the Oct. 15 deadline to either sign or veto.

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Jesus Take The Wheel:"when god sends your perfect white daughter a black husband"!


Reader, this deeply disturbs me. "The Gospel Coalition" wasn't even low-key in their racism here.  "The Gospel Coalition" posted an article called "When God Sends Your White Daughter a Black Husband" (the article is just as bad as the title) and they keep blocking critics of the article while allowing clearly bigoted comments to stay. Trump's popularity among white evangelicals has already shown us that the white American evangelical church is racist, and here we have another example. Stop worshiping white jesus. The weird line of drawing a disjunct between being a black man and a child of God.  In fact, she at one point says her son-in-law went "from black man to beloved son," as if those two categories were mutually exclusive.   And no admittance that this should basically be titled, "that time I found out I was a racist." Oh, and don't worry about talking about repentance. You don't need to repent of being prejudiced against black people.

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  1. Ann, I expect nothing less from TGC. This is not its first exposure of racism, and they have a nasty habit of blocking anyone who disagrees with them on social media, no matter how polite the response.

    Also, LOL about hurting poor racist Uncle Fred's feelings by rightly calling him a bigot. Using words accurately is how language works!

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  2. Drive By, I find this disturbing because I WANT them to be better. This is so disappointing.

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  3. Well, that was disgusting to read. I can't believe the article is trying to come across as if they aren't racist and it was so good of them to look past the color of his skin...GTFOH!

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  4. Ms. Ann, this article was demeaning and disrespectful to black men and legitimized racism from white Christians without giving any indication of repentance or need for forgiveness. If the language and ideas we have don’t honor and lift up black people they don’t need to be published.

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  5. Here is a good read:

    https://theartofuncertainty.com/2016/08/09/yes-its-racist-5-objections-to-the-gospel-coalitions-article/

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  6. In my opinion a very vague article, she doesn't say a thing about his personality, about love, I actually reread the article and I was left wondering what her daughter is like, what is her son in law like? It was too vague about their relationship. I get the feeling she is only happy because its the Christian thing to do, I want to know more about the daughter , I want to know more about the husband and his family. She said his mom wants the same thing for her child as she wants for her son as if that is some kind of groundbreaking revelation. There are too many things left out , but what is written in the letter makes it seem like its just about TOLERANCE.

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  7. OK....I can't resist any longer!! My question...what would you prefer the lady to say??? I REALLY DON'T UNDERSTAND WHAT YOUR POINT IS... DISRESPECTFUL? IN WHAT WAY? Please listen up. I have been married to a WHITE German woman (3 kids latter..all adults) for 35 years. Some of you are WAY off base...say what you will. I have personal experience... ALRIGHT!! Yes, my Father/Mother-In-Law loves me dearly as well as their grandchildren. So, yes, when I first started dating my wife while stationed in Germany with the military, her dad/mother was concerned. But not to the point by what you all are thinking. He was concerned that his daughter was marrying someone who loved her and was going to take care of her. Who wouldn't be concerned for their daughter?? The same principle that my preacher Dad wanted for me. NOT BECAUSE OF THE COLOR OF OUR SKIN. SO, would you want your daughter to come home with some "drug addicted looking" black/white/Hispanic/African etc, looking guy? I THINK NOT!! Also, my German Brother-In-Law married a German woman who had 2 kids from a.. wait for it....black man...BECAUSE he loved her and didn't care about what anybody said. So people, before you start talking, know the the facts of what you are talking about. I Love my family and my German extended family because God made it that way. May you find PEACE in your disappointment. THANK YOU!! In Christ Alone, RLR

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  8. OK....I can't resist any longer!! My question...what would you prefer the lady to say??? I REALLY DON'T UNDERSTAND WHAT YOUR POINT IS... DISRESPECTFUL? IN WHAT WAY? Please listen up. I have been married to a WHITE German woman (3 kids latter..all adults) for 35 years. Some of you are WAY off base...say what you will. I have personal experience... ALRIGHT!! Yes, my Father/Mother-In-Law loves me dearly as well as their grandchildren. So, yes, when I first started dating my wife while stationed in Germany with the military, her dad/mother was concerned. But not to the point by what you all are thinking. He was concerned that his daughter was marrying someone who loved her and was going to take care of her. Who wouldn't be concerned for their daughter?? The same principle that my preacher Dad wanted for me. NOT BECAUSE OF THE COLOR OF OUR SKIN. SO, would you want your daughter to come home with some "drug addicted looking" black/white/Hispanic/African etc, looking guy? I THINK NOT!! Also, my German Brother-In-Law married a German woman who had 2 kids from a.. wait for it....black man...BECAUSE he loved her and didn't care about what anybody said. So people, before you start talking, know the the facts of what you are talking about. I Love my family and my German extended family because God made it that way. May you find PEACE in your disappointment. THANK YOU!! In Christ Alone, RLR

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  9. RLR...I had some of the same thoughts as well. If we are supposed to be Christians, we have to personally account for our conduct and behavior. No doubt this woman was taught an ideology against blacls. And though she may not be perfect (none of us are), she at least esteem to develop an attitude where she recognized all mankind are from Adam and Eve. She then ascribed to sharing her personal feelings and thoughts, and sought to implement some practical things to live by. Any other criticism of this woman is judgmental to me. I pray the Lord continues to strengthen this woma, and give her boldness and courage in Her Faith. And much kudos to the white minister who married this couple. Him in the picture was more than a thousand words. God bless you RLR...

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  10. I read that blog piece. It was shockingly tone deaf. She presented her son in law's race as a burden to get over, erased his race, was very paternalistic when she spoke about his mother, and completely disregarded how her son in law may feel around bigoted family members and advocated continuing having them around. She also didn't even acknowledge any of the prejudices she carries herself.
    She may have been well intentioned, but it was bad.

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  11. Natasshia Roxanne HallThursday, 11 August, 2016

    I..just..can't. When I first read the caption I thought hmm maybe this a person who is being transparent about their racist ideologies and would like to speak about them in an effort to demystify the "race conversation". Then I realized I've got to stop giving people the benefit of the doubt and called a spade a ignorant, white supremacist, racist bigot.

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  12. The article has been removed from TGC’s website and replace with an interesting podcast explaining what could have been done differently, concerning the article.

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  13. I'm so glad they took the article down. I hope this helps the church see the need to keep having these conversations and have humility to see where we are affected by culture in ways we don't even realize and then allow the Gospel to penetrate those places in our hearts and bring about healing and greater love and unity amongst the body.

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  14. The biggest issue is, is it the will of God. Our opinions don't matter. Moses married an Ethiopian woman. Moses sister criticized him for it and was judged by God. "Whom the Lord join together, let no man put asunder."

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  15. I didnt have a chance to read the article before it was posted but from the description, I as a black woman am not offended. People are who they are and they hate who they hate. Spending even a small amount of time online or on social media will expose you to some hate filled words. But the sad part is we as black folks say a whole lot of hateful words to each other and there are some among us, even Christians, who haye the idea of interracial relationships. Lets have a real open discussion about it. As much as I want a resolution for the poor way black people and other minorities are treated, we cannot act like we are always without fault. If this article were written by a black mother about her new white daughter in law I wonder what the response would've been.

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  16. White folks always thinking they are the prize. When you have to write a blog about how to react to the black man your daughter brings home, it's safe to say you are pretty comfortable in your perceived white superiority.

    Maybe his mother wrote a blog too.

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  17. Moses was criticised for him thinking ABOVE hi.self by marrying a black woman... remember back then BLACK PEOPLE WERE THE ELITE. Everyone else worked for them or were slaves. It's reversed now in history so using today for back then we could easily think Moses was white and was being criticized for marrying LOWER than himself by getting a black woman but that isnt the case as the hebrews just escaped slavery themselves working for BLACK PEOPLE and then they though Moses thought too highly of himself to actually marry someone so outside of his class... a BLACK WOMAN. :)

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