Can racism be healed?

First appeared as a Web Original on September 3, 2020

I prayed on the day George Floyd, a Black man, died at the hands of a white officer while in police custody. My prayer went something like this: “What, Lord? What do I think? What do I do?” 

There was something especially unsettling about the nature of Mr. Floyd’s death. It was such a bold affront against humanity. Yet the broadcast of a death under similar circumstances, filmed on cell phones by witnesses, is something we have seen, heard, and read about many times before.

Injustice is not just an affront against humanity, it is a bold affront against God, divine Love.

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