This month we're taking a sermonic journey around the theme, "Whiteness Cannot Be Saved." "White" is not just a social construct, but it's a spiritual paradigm that operates on assumptions about God, the planet, and relationships. It assigns differing values to human beings and works to fracture our understanding of one another. To just engage white supremacy as a socio-political construct and nothing more is to underestimate its venom and reach.
We must confront "white", racism and white supremacy" as the spiritual enemy that it is.