Season: 8 Episode: 103
Samuel is committed to taking on racial, social, and cultural issues with Biblical theology. We discuss the abortion rates of black babies, CRT, and how white women are the biggest contributors of the social justice “gospel”. Samuel explains why he is slow to write but ever fervent in standing for truth. Follow Samuel on his page at Slow to Write.
“It doesn’t matter what color your skin is. If you’re a Christian, you won’t be liked because you bear the name of Christ.”
“If you think you’re not the right color to speak the truth, the enemy is deceiving you.”
“We are all brother and sisters in Christ.”
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Samuel blogs at SlowToWrite where he is committed to addressing racial, cultural, and political issues with biblical theology and an attempt to be quick to listen and slow to speak. His words have been featured on: StatementOnSocialJustice.com, TheBlaze.com, Relatable With Allie Stuckey, Founders.org, Desiring God.com, and more.
I started following Samuel more than a year and a half ago and was impressed with his courage to take on tough topics. Nothing is off the table with Samuel when it comes to biblical truth and addressing bad ideas in our current culture. I am honored he took time out of his busy schedule to come on my podcast. Samuel, welcome to the show.
Tell us about yourself and what you do at Slow to Write.
You speak into the social justice movement in the church often. In fact, that’s what drew me to your account. Why are you so passionate about it?
I’ve taken on the topic of CRT and people are starting to catch on. However, schools in American teach CRT. What is the danger of CRT and what can Christians do about it?
Do you think black and white people think differently about social justice and CRT? I feel the main contributors to this “gospel” are white women who want to appear to be sensitive. Do you agree? If not, how does it appear from your perspective?
One thing I don’t hear often enough is how Planned Parenthood is a huge contributor to racial injustice. I appreciate you bringing this up in the past. Planned Parenthood contributes to racial injustice. Will you tell us how?
You are currently writing a curriculum on CRT. Tell us about it and how we can get it.
Please tell the listener how they can find, follow and support your ministry.