Resistance From Every Nation

The opening sentences of Paul Kjoss Helseth’s article Elect From Every Nation are very odd to read. One will stop to re-read the first few words thinking they have missed something when he says, “Principled opposition to the pursuit of ‘racial reconciliation’ in the church…” How could someone be opposed to racial reconciliation? It seems nonsensical, like having “principled opposition” to human happiness. What is more shocking, he believes that such opposition can be “evidence of eagerness to safeguard the primacy and sufficiency of the gospel.” This is because we “have already been reconciled to God and to one another by the Cross of Christ.”
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