(VIDEO) Georgia Divinity Professor’s Prayer: Help Me ‘Hate White People’, Specifically, ‘The Nice Ones’

Rev. Dr. Chanequa Walker-Barnes

The Theology of Hate…

Mercer University is not only the oldest private school of higher learning in Georgia, it was also once formerly affiliated with the Georgia Baptist Convention. Wisely, the Baptists chose to officially cut ties with Mercer back in 2005.

As noted by the good folks over at Baptist News, the reason for the break (emphasis mine);

“Mercer has already moved away from the theology, doctrine and principles for which the convention stands.” The convention complained specifically about a pro-gay student group on campus and Mercer support for “non-Southern Baptist organizations.

Fair enough. After all, if you’re going to call yourself a Baptist school, a Methodist school, a Catholic school (yes, that was aimed at you Notre Dame and Georgetown), you with think they’d be faithful to at least the basics of their Faith.

Anyhow, the latest to come out of Mercer is associate professor of practical theology Chanequa Walker-Barnes.

You see, Chanequa just published A Rhythm of Prayer: A Collection of Meditations for Renewal. Within this alleged prayer book is something called “Prayer of a Weary Black Woman.”

And what a lovely devotion that is (sarcasm off). As reported by Breitbart.com (emphasis mine);

Mercer University theology professor Chanequa Walker-Barnes wrote a prayer in which she asks God to help her “hate white people,” specifically, “the nice ones,” such as “the Fox News-loving, Trump-supporting voters” who “don’t see color.” She published the “Prayer of a Weary Black Woman” in the book A Rhythm of Prayer: A Collection of Meditations for Renewal.

I want to stop caring about them, individually and collectively,” Walker-Barnes continued. “I want to stop caring about their misguided, racist souls, to stop believing that they can be better, that they can stop being racist.”

“Lord, if you can’t make me hate them, at least spare me from their perennial gaslighting, whitemansplaining, and White woman tears,” she continued.

“Grant me a Get Out of Judgement Free card if I make White people the exception to your commandment to love our neighbors as we love ourselves,” Walker-Barnes wrote.

Chanequa and I don’t have just a mild disagreement regarding dogma, nor do I want to say that her hate-filled, heretical drivel is just that. No, this chick isn’t just another highly educated imbecile.

This woman is dangerous in so many different ways.

Bottom line; our God of love has now become the Left’s god of hate… and Chanequa just legitimized it.

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