Neal Pollard Six months after the deadly shooting at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a similar attempt was made on the Chabad Synagogue in San Diego this weekend (4/27/19). Although Jewish people are not the only ones targeted in attacks toward religious and non-religious targets, hatred and violent acts against Jews are … Continue reading Consulting The New Testament For How To Treat The Jews Today
Neal Pollard I’m a child of the ‘80s, which, in south Georgia, seemed to be “post-racist.” Maybe it was the naivety of youth, but one of my closest friends, Greg Gwyn, was black. We were “Bird” and “Magic” (on the basketball court, at least in our minds). We were “Crockett” and “Tubbs.” We both rejected, … Continue reading Who Is Behind This “Race War”?
Neal Pollard It was reported on the news and all I heard was that the pop star turned bad boy, Justin Bieber, was baptized this weekend in the bathroom of a megachurch's building in New York City. As has often been the case, this event was surrounded by a sea of controversy involving the 20-year-old … Continue reading Bieber’s Baptism
Neal Pollard I rarely modify the word “Christian” with adjectives like red, yellow, black, or white. Occasionally, however, an event happens that threatens to divide God’s people of a racial nature. The recently ended George Zimmerman trial in the death of Treyvon Martin is one such event. It seems to me that so many children … Continue reading An Exhortation To White And Black Christians