WYFP? Don’t wake me, man!
I have written elsewhere on “wokeism”. The attack on the “woke” duck seems so bizarre in that it projectively attacks the object of hate on the grounds that bringing it to the public’s attention puts the hater to shame. Or worse, it highlights the privilege of the hater. This means that everyone must ignore reality and find solace in an institution that will support denial, perhaps even engage in the law for tort relief. It sounds like all those anti-CRT laws dealing with imagined misdeeds in the K-12 curriculum.
The unity of such churches means closing the conscience of a congregation because the discourse makes the dominant population uncomfortable. This is why the state of Texas would criminalize LGBTQ families for even admitting that their children have an intersectional issue. The only gospel is like dominion law, centered on intolerance.
Competitive amateur athletics can be an even more bigoted church with whiners whose fear of competition, including financial support, outweighs the ethics of their performative commitments. In a more pivotal example, the test of LGBTQ threats against the dominant gender binary occurred at the Ivy League swimming championship. trans woman Lia Thomas lost to Iszac Henig, a trans man (a person born female with an estrogen-dominant system) who was not on testosterone, and four cis women. I won’t amplify hate tweets with all the predictable taunts and fake trickery.
In an interview with Religion News Service, Strachan further explained that the awakening undermines the unity of churches by emphasizing racial and ethnic differences. The gospel, he said, erases these distinctions, while enlightenment pits people against each other.
“When you embrace a system like critical race theory or intersectionality that teaches you that people who are in the majority are fundamentally wrong – so, for example, that white people, by virtue of their membership in the white power bloc, have privileges, have responsibilities, honestly, when we don’t speak politely, are complicit in oppression – this distorts the gospel “, he said.
Penn swimmer Lia Thomas won a national title, making history for trans athletes in college sports.
Erica Sullivan, an Olympic silver medalist who placed third in the NCAA event, expressed her support for Thomas.
“All athletes, including transgender athletes, deserve to be respected and included,” wrote Sullivan.