Calvin, Kuyper Staff Expose The Hopeless Works Burden Of “Antiracist” Christianity

(WokePreacherclips) Montage of an April 2021 webinar, “White Work,” put on by the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) in partnership with Calvin University and the Antioch podcast, in observance of the YWCA’s national campaign to Stand Against Racism.

Hopefully you can see this is a completely different religion than Christianity where works are everything and grace is nothing, where activism is eschatology and holiness comes from what demographic you were born into. In contrast, Jesus tells us: โ€œCome to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.โ€ [Matthew 11:28-30]

This edit was made from 15 clips with fuller context, which can be seen here:…

A small sampling from the transcript:

“White people, when we’re entering into paces where we’re going to talk about racism there’s this whole series of kind of mental gymnastics, or at least that’s what I experience, and so trying to prepare how do I be vulnerable and be honest and yet not center myself, not be performative. I just kind of want to normalize that level of anxiety.”

“It is such a huge part of trying to come alongside anti-racism work as a white person. It’s interrogating and over interrogating our own motives for what we’re doing.”

“The lie that I have come to believe is that I can empathize with anybody across racial and cultural lines if I just try.”

“When I notice myself thinking I’m a good white person, I’m learning to ask the question afterward does this mean I have an unreachable spirit?”

“There is a loneliness in doing this work. I know better at this point than to go to my friends of color and be like ‘oh this is so hard can you believe it?’

Editor’s Note. This post was created by Wokepreachertv and published on his YouTube page, with transcript provided by us.


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12 thoughts on “Calvin, Kuyper Staff Expose The Hopeless Works Burden Of “Antiracist” Christianity

  1. Today’s ‘woke’ church has little to nothing to do with Biblical Christianity – it’s merely sinful man’s neverending, self-obsession with creating his own religion. Unfortunately, we’ve raised a generation of biblically illiterate, undiscerning individuals who have been taught to follow their feelings and emotions, versus God’s precepts.

  2. Johnny ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€โšง๏ธ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ says:

    Except the fact that Jesus was a Jewish person of color who condemned racism as an unforgivable sin๐Ÿง

    Itโ€™s called brains. Racists and Republicans (I repeat myself) donโ€™t have them

    1. Johnny, I’m guessing you’re unfamiliar with the adage, “Sometimes it’s better to remain mute and have everyone assume you’re dumb than to open your mouth and prove it.”
      FYI: Jesus absolutely did not refer to racism as ‘an unforgivable sin.’ Also, Yeshua was definitely not a ‘person of color.’
      You’re every utterance continues to confirm your utter lack of biblical knowledge and the apparent fact that you are little more than a godless troll attempting to provoke real Christ-followers.
      (Insert tiny flags here representing the country I live in and my normal, non-deviant heterosexuality)

  3. These “people” are not suffering from white privilege …………………… they are suffering from affluent privilege ………………… being paid way to much money for their meager contributions to society. If you are feeling guilty ………………. go out onto the streets of Grand Rapids and minster to the people for whom you claim to be concerned. There is plenty of need there …………………. even in Dutch white Kent County. Share the gospel, share you faith …………………. if you have any, share your time, and most of all share you money. But for the love of God …………………. get out of the sterile environment you call a classroom and office. Calvin College has never been the same since they built the pedestrian bridge across the East Beltline. Now you can cross the street without being killed ………….. in total unawareness of those about you ………….. while staring at your iPhone …………………. your link to your false prophets in the secular world.

  4. cracks me up these people think the thing and people they’re fighting for actually supports them in partnership

  5. I already hated racism before it was called “anti-racism.” Even back when people who look like me were the usual aggressors, rather than the usual targets. Because Jesus called on all of us to love one another.

    But I hate today’s racism, falsely labeled “anti-racism,” even more than the old kind, because it is purposefully aligned with the demonic left, which loves everything God hates, and hates everything, and everyone, whom He loves.

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