The Christian philosopher and theologian Cornelius Van Til taught that beliefs have consequences. Those core things we hold to as true without evidence shape the way in which we see the world. We would call this our world view.
This is easily seen in the latest attack by people of color against white people. They believe that they are superior in all ways and that the only reason that they are not running things is because of “white supremacy” in the establishment.
This has bred a social justice and group salvation that borders on radical fascist lines. They teach that white people should have to pay for the oppression and crimes against blacks. And that white people are blinded by their whiteness to the injustice suffered by non-whites.
And now there is a class to help students to understand how best to dismantle this white society.
Heat Street reports
The University of Wisconsin-Madison will offer a spring semester class examining “the problem of whiteness” and “what it means to be #woke,” Campus Reform reports.
The course is being offered by the university’s African Cultural Studies department. According to an online description, students will be asked to examine “what it really means to be white,” and consider “how race is experienced by white people” in the United States and abroad.
“Critical Whiteness Studies aims to understand how whiteness is socially constructed and experienced in order to help dismantle white supremacy,” the description reads. “In this class, we will ask what an ethical white identity entails, what it means to be #woke, and consider the journal Race Traitor’s motto, ‘treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity.'”
The problem with this class is multifaceted. There is the race issue. There is no races. This sounds strange, but if we believe that every man is made in the image of God, then this would mean that we all have one earthly father in common; Adam the first man.
The next problem is the fact that to have this view, you must lay at the feet of all white people the woes of the non-white in the world. This is both illogical and factually incorrect. The next problem is like the last. To think this way, you would have to believe that only white people are to blame for the woes of non-whites in the world.
These are easily proven to be flaws in the thinking of these people. And the result of such hateful rhetoric is more hate.