A private Catholic university in Pennsylvania recently hosted a talk that aimed to explore how one “begins to create a different cultural foundation upon which to base one’s faith.”
The College Fix reports that Carlow University in Pittsburgh presented, “Rejecting White Christianity” on March 3. The event featured Miguel De La Torre, a professor of social ethics and Latinx studies at the Iliff School of Theology in Colorado.
De La Torre maintained that white people should “crucify their whiteness,” accept “hopelessness,” and encouraged people to “ethically lie” to correct past errors.
He started the lecture by criticizing evangelicals who voted for Donald Trump, according to a video of the event.
“When eight out of ten white evangelicals voted for a person who is completely against everything Christianity stands for, I don’t know what Christianity they are practicing,” De La Torre said. “But I want nothing to do with that Christianity.”
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SOURCE: CBN News, Andrea Morris