A pastor who runs ministries for the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) explained in a recently unearthed video that he doesn’t understand how his black friends can still love him as a white person, given how much pain, suffering, and anger the white race has caused them.
Randy Nabors coordinates the PCA’s Urban and Mercy Ministries for the Mission to North America, as well as the New City Network. He is also the pastor emeritus at New City Fellowship, which is a “cross-cultural ministry, attempting to live out the power of the Gospel especially in reconciliation and justice. It has focused on ministries of evangelism, mercy, economic development, indigenous leadership, and the radicalization of the middle class into justice discipleship. “
With critical race theory coursing through his veins, he explains during the 2018 Greater Love panel put on by Perimeter Church, choking up and voice cracking as he laments:
I live with a black woman who is angry at white people. And she…it’s hard for me to say this without being emotional...I feel her pain sometimes, and the black people in my life that I have come to love, they’re angry and they hurt deeply, and I don’t understand how they can love me.
And it’s interesting because I’ve met Christians who are native American. They hate white people, and they love me. And I’ve met Africans who hate colonialists, and they love me. But the pain, the suffering is real to them. And as a white person, one way to approach it would be don’t bring it up. Don’t mention it. Don’t make me feel bad. But that’s not the way the relationships have worked.
My wife loves me, thank God. But she in many ways feels the suffering of her people, and I’m really thankful that she does, because she’s not buried her head in the sand, she’s not tried to deny it. But the gospel, the grace of God has enabled her to love white people as individuals. And I think that’s healthy. Because history hurts. People have suffered.
Nabors: “I live with a black woman who is angry at white people…I feel her pain sometimes, and the black people in my life that I have come to love, they’re angry and they hurt deeply, and I don’t understand how they can love me.” pic.twitter.com/p3XmsZkrOA— Woke Preacher Clips (@WokePreacherTV) April 13, 2021
H/T to @wokepreachertv for the clip.
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