Critical Race Theory

A Second Conservative Resurgence in the SBC?

"Nearly two decades later, a new group of SBC pastors and laymen are calling for a second conservative resurgence. What’s this all about? Well . . . here is the short story. What are the critical issues you need to know? Since the Conservative Baptist Network, this new group, has identified Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Social Justice, let’s start there." - Jeff Straub

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“The New York Times is introducing revisionist history about race in America into classrooms across the nation without the normal peer review expected of educational materials”

"The [1619] project, a collaboration between the New York Times Magazine and the Pulitzer organization, has mushroomed into a movement to re-educate Americans with novel claims about how deeply racism is embedded at America’s core. As of February 2020, five public school systems had adopted the 1619 Project’s curriculum district-wide. Its free teaching materials had reached 3,500 classrooms." - W. Examiner

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5 Resources for Understanding Critical Race Theory & Intersectionality

"CRT/I have been around [since] long before 2019. I first encountered the ideas in an undergraduate philosophy class I took as a junior at a large state university in the 1990s. The premise of the class was that middle to upper-class white males, known as the 'dominant paradigm,' were largely responsible for oppression in American society, and thus, have less access to objective truth and must submit themselves to other paradigms." - Cripplegate

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Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality: “Helpful Tools?”

"The [Founder's Ministries film, 'By What Standard?'] begins with the vote on a controversial resolution at the 2019 annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). Resolution 9 passed, so the SBC adopted CRT/I as 'analytical tools [that] can aid in evaluating a variety of human experiences.'" - WORLD 

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Jeff Straub on Founder's Ministry documentary “By What Standard?”

"Fundamentalists may think that issues like these outside our movement will impact us little. However, it is in no one’s best interest to see the SBC surrender the ground gained in the Conservative Resurgence to cultural liberalism." - P & D

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