The far left is moving into one of America’s more conservative seminaries this weekend, with a conference that will talk about the “undead beast” of race in U.S. churches.
The Leadership Development Resource Weekend is being held at Covenant Seminary,Â affiliated with the conservative Presbyterian Church in America denomination, which recentlyÂ began offering courses in Nashville, according to the Tennessee Star.
The conference, according to the report, isÂ “designed for and by people of color.
Last year it was run by Black Lives Matter activist Michelle Higgins, whoÂ toldÂ Religion News Service “the decentralized movement of Black Lives Matter allows local pastors or local groups to use the phrase to mean all black people are despised systemically in such a way that our country does not hesitate to refuse them proper health care, quality education or fairness in the face of potential arrest.”
The conference Web page includes a letter from Joel Littlepage, a pastor, who addresses his “white brothers and sisters” with his concerns that there is a “communal agitation” among them stemming “from the use of the word white itself: calling white people, well, white people, pointing out the social and systemic realities of whiteness in America, and being intentional about the balance of power and representation between whites and people of color.”
In “Scam: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America,” Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson â a true black leader whom many affectionately call “the other Jesse” â shows how the civil rights establishment has made a lucrative career out of keeping racial strife alive in America.
He callsÂ claims of reverse discrimination, against whites,Â “frankly absurd.”
The Star reported the conference will ask “white attendees to recognize that their participation ‘means hearing, repenting and listening…