I wonder how Ibram Kendi and the other racists who attack others with the accusation that they are racists might react to this teaching of Jesus the Messiah:

John said to him, “Teacher, we saw a man casting out demons in your name, and we forbade him, because he was not following us.” But Jesus said, “Do not forbid him; for no one who does a mighty work in my name will be able soon after to speak evil of me. For he that is not against us is for us.

St. Mark 38-40

The essence of Kendi’s published words are summed up in the notion that no such thing as a ‘non-racist’ exists. In order to be other than a racist you must be anti-racist. Kendi and his ilk recognize no middle ground, no freedom to self-determine one’s own assumptions and journey through this life.

Jesus’ words above proclaim that any man or woman who performs a good work in His name need not be a part of the disciple’s immediate circle. Because of the nature of the work performed in the Name of Jesus, it is inconceivable that the same man or woman can thereafter speak against that Name of Jesus. Therefore, the one who is not against them is for them.

Jesus employs the axiom by His conclusion. He, the Savior of all, proclaims that if such a man or woman is not against Him or those who bear His message, then those apart are for the disciple group. To Jesus the Jew, one’s race or the color of one’s skin simply do not matter.

Furthermore, according to the reasoning of the Logos made flesh, if one desires to and is following Jesus no matter the immediate social context, the self-declaration that one is not racist then calls upon us to follow the One who does not seem to be concerned about one’s ‘unearned privilege’ in this life at all, but more about what one does with what they are given, the very contradictory of CRT and Kendi’s hate-ridden reasoning.

We need be alert in this age of the ‘nones’, those without a religious preference and perhaps have abandoned the communio sanctorum or may never have been part of that, who nonetheless perform the works of Christ. Then bring them in…


What manner of disgusting theater was that on ABC’s “The View” Friday? Where was the Vice-President, who was scheduled to appear, moments before going live? And how long does it take to obtain the results of a COVID test? Then we must wonder out loud, veeerrry loudly, why the tests were not given earlier, as the participants do not arrive moments before air time either. Then we need to ask the backstage proximity of the two panelists to the equally backstage VP before they went onstage for the show. Additionally (I’m beginning to wear down), what is the likelihood of two of “The View’s” panelists testing positive for COVID simultaneously, considering Joy Behar’s insistence that she is not worried about either of them as both had been “vaccinated up the yazoo” or whatever.

To witness two of the panel removed without a word on live TV, then to endure Behar’s little ‘happy-dance’ beside the sole remaining panelist is beyond unsympathetic and bizarre even by current television standards.

Demand better, or turn it off.

Father David+

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