"I have read several white supremacists who deny that they are racist. They say that they are just trying to maintain a certain culture and history. This fails to understand that ethnicities have history and ethnicity, races do not. Calling it a 'white' culture and history, then placing that culture in opposition to other races, has the effect of undermining our unity in Adam." - Jesse Johnson
"There are two kinds of White supremacists. Some White supremacists cover themselves with white garbs. Other White supremacists cover themselves with White guilt. There [have] always been different kinds of White supremacists. White supremacists have never been a homogeneous group. They have always differed in motives. They have always differed in severity. They have always differed on policy. For instance, many White American abolitionists rejected slavery, but they did not reject White supremacy.
Christianity offers a shared hope. The last book in the Bible, tells us that Jesus died for every tribe, every language, every people, and every nation. That’s every imaginable way of confirming that no ethnic group is excluded from Jesus’ redemption. People at the Charlottesville alt-right rally chanted, “Jews will not replace us.” I’m not exactly sure what they meant by that, but when I read my Bible I see that one Jew actually died in our place, in order to make a place for us.