The movement that is taking us, as a society right now, is exceptional problematic to Christians. We are being told to accept that everyone is mostly a member of certain classes, and that all the troubles of the world are caused by the classes at the top of the power hierarchy. Those classes at the top of the power hierarchies are irredeemable, and may not even know that they are doing wrong. We are told that the classes at the bottom of the power hierarchy are somehow more virtuous, and that they cannot commit the same sins that the classes at the top of the hierarchy cannot help but commit.
Think about this.
Power dynamics and not sin is the problem. Some people cannot repent and have their sin forgiven. Some people do not need to have their sins forgiven.
How is that reconcilable with Biblical Christianity? It is its opposite.
And yet, Christians are buying into it, and these ideas are starting to be taught in even the most conservative churches. Currently, the ...