Clarence Thomas: The Wrong Kind of Black Man

In reflecting on the recent United States Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality[1] of affirmative action in Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College[2] and, more specifically, the subsequent, though not surprising, incendiary treatment by liberals, particularly black liberals, of Justice Clarence Thomas, I’m reminded that Thomas, despite having overcome …

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Equity or Equality?

  If a king judges the poor with truth, his throne will be established forever. — Proverbs 29:14 The Old Testament provides an excellent, though rather disturbing, example of the distinction between equity and equality.  It is found in 1 Kings 3:16-28, which records the account of two mothers, both of whom are prostitutes (v. …

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A Few Words About Justice

Against the backdrop of various media reports concerning the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, and the subsequent manifold calls that his alleged killers be brought to justice, as a black Christian who has been following this developing story in background, I felt compelled to offer the following commentary. I am of the opinion that the church …

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