Kevin DeYoung wrote a 5,900 word review of the Kwan/Thompson book promoting reparations. He concluded the book's vision is one "where sin is White supremacy and salvation comes from a lifetime of moral exertion. It is a vision where the church's mission is to change the...
world and heaven is a world of art studios and co-ops. It is a vision where urban renewal feels central and the grace of the risen Christ feels peripheral. It is a vision filled with many noble aspirations, but one ultimately that depicts a future where the White guilt...
never dies and the reparations never end."

In their 9,800 word response, the authors lay it out bluntly: "Though we believe that he neither sees it nor intends it, Reverend DeYoung, in his review, methodologically centers whiteness at every turn."

Centers whiteness.
A phrase that can mean anything, or be used in any way. It is how CRT advocates deflect all criticism, silence all responses. No one can define "whiteness," because it doesn't exist in the real world. It is a method, a ploy, a means of propping up a narrative that has no heart.
I said it in 2019: there is no endgame in the gospel of the Woke Church. No redemption. No forgiveness. It is *designed* that way because its purpose is to divide and to engender separation. To break down. Only those who have forgiveness can unify and work together, you see.
By ridding the church of the means of reconciliation (all under the guise of "racial reconciliation" of course---double speak works in theology, too) the Woke set up a never-ending cycle of grievance and separation.

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