WUSSIFICATION: Bros Pose Like Gangbangers – Guess What They’re Being Accused Of

Cue the outrage in 3… 2… 1…

These preaching professors from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary posted a photo dressed like gang members and using their fingers as though they were guns. In the background, in graffiti-style lettering was the phrase ‘Notorious S.O.P’ (‘School Of Preaching’).

They have come under fire for ‘cultural appropriation’ and ‘racism’.

And guess who is one of the Chief — Whoops! That might be offensive to the Indiginous Peoples — one of the Primary Accusers?

The famous Race-Baiter, Shaun King (aka ‘Talcum X’).

Oh yes.

Shaun King — the white man that identifies as black — is accusing them of cultural appropriation.

And he’s doing that by actually being racist.

Many agreed with him.

Huffington Post columnist, Antonia Blumberg, wrote a scathing article calling it a ‘racist photo’.

The Washington Post called the photo ‘racially insensitive’.

One guy compared it to blackface:

Why is it that Liberals have absolutely no sense of humor anymore?

Some saw the photo for what it was intended to be and defended it to the hypersensitive leftists:

And here’s a pretty obvious observation that was the first thing that entered this ClashDaily Editor’s mind when researching the outrage:

Exactly!

This Twitter user continues to debate the Social Justice Warriors on Shaun King’s Twitter feed. It’s pretty hilarious!

So, rap is now exclusively a ‘black’ thing? Umm… Beastie Boys? Eminem? Vanilla Ice? Snow? Or is that all ‘cultural appropriation’ too?

Unfortunately, because of the backlash, the school has bowed to the leftist demands of convert or die issued an apology.

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary has “deeply” apologized for a photograph posted by faculty members on social media featuring some of the seminary’s preaching professors dressed as hip hop artists.

Among responses to the photo on social media were allegations it evidenced racial prejudice. Ensuing dialogue on Twitter included an invitation by Southwestern for Grammy-winning Christian hip hop artist Lecrae to lead a dialogue for the seminary community.
Southwestern President Paige Patterson called the photo “a moment of bad judgment” and promised to “redouble our efforts to put an end to any form of racism on this campus.”

A young preaching professor “does rap as a hobby,” Patterson said in a statement released to Baptist Press today (April 26). “He preached a sermon recently in chapel in which he included a section of rap,” he noted. “I thought that it was great, and the students seemed responsive to it. He has since accepted a pastorate; and, as part of his departure, his fellow professors wanted to awaken memories and in so doing to tease him. That is par for the course around here. The president encourages our people to laugh at each other rather than to risk taking ourselves too seriously.

“But, as all members of the preaching faculty have acknowledged, this was a mistake, and one for which we deeply apologize,” Patterson said. “Sometimes, Anglo Americans do not recognize the degree that racism has crept into our lives. Such incidents are tragic but helpful to me in refocusing on the attempt to flush from my own system any remaining nuances of the racist past of our own country. Just as important, my own sensitivity to the corporate and individual hurts of a people group abused by generations of oppressors needs to be constantly challenged.“..

…Allen told BP in an email, “There is no excuse or defense for the indefensible. Context or intent are immaterial when offense has been given. I apologize for a recent image I posted which was offensive. There are few issues in culture today more vital than racial reconciliation.

McCarty, professor of preaching and rhetoric, tweeted April 25, “I deleted a photo that our faculty did for a departing prof., [Vern Charette], who is famous for his raps. Dr. Allen speaks for all of us” in his apology.

Patterson noted, “In an effort to be humorous, we made a mistake and communicated something that was completely foreign to anything that any of us felt in our hearts. To say that we are sorry will not be sufficient for many. We understand. To each of those and to everyone, we extend an invitation to visit this campus unannounced and at a time of your choosing and witness the love of Christ extended to all indiscriminately and to the best of our ability to every individual who sets foot on the campus.”

Patterson’s statement included a recounting of his personal efforts to combat racism and stated, “If I intend to love God and follow His paths, the slightest tinge of racism must be eliminated.”
Read more: Baptist Press

Context and intent are immaterial‘?

So, it doesn’t matter what you mean, just how the other person receives it…?

No, that’s wrong.

And an indefensible position. You’re only responsible for your intent. Others are responsible for their reactions. Otherwise, we’d be constantly walking on eggshells and be completely incapable of any sort of honest debate.

You’d think a Rhetoric teacher would get that.

This was a group of profs honoring their friend and his hobby.

What’s wrong with that?

There are offense-mongers out searching for reasons to be offended — like Shaun King.

We can’t bow to everyone.

Because if we do, we won’t have any principles left.

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