SBC's National African American Fellowship speaks out against, "delegitimizing and dismissing the lived experiences of African Americans."

NAAF "has released a statement addressing recent statements from the SBC Council of Seminary Presidents. It’s an important statement, that will merit response from the SBC seminary presidents, and consideration of SBC leaders." - C.Today

Related: NAAF, Ausberry call for unity around essentials, ask seminary presidents to help defuse racial tensions

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Mark_Smith's picture

Rejecting CRT does not mean you reject that there is racism in the SBC and America, and systematic racism as well. IT means you believe CRT is a terribly flawed perspective based on 20th century Marxist, neo-Marxist, and socialist sociological theories.

Aaron Blumer's picture

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Agree!

It's that disappearing nuance thing again... or disappearing middle. It's all over in public discourse, these days. We don't have to be all-in for CRT or all-in for racism denial.

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