by BBC World News - Hardtalk
January 5, 2021

Stephen Sackur speaks to an athlete who made a stand. Adam Goodes was a star player in Aussie rules football who quit the game after years of racist abuse.

by Got Questions

There is a tendency to look at slavery as something of the past. But it is estimated that there are today over 27 million people in the world who are subject to slavery through forced labor, sex trade, or as inheritable property. The question arises, though, why does the Bible not speak out strongly against slavery?

by Lainna Callentine, MD.Med 
April 10, 2018

Dr. Lainna Callentine became aware at age six that her skin was a different color than other kids in class. Get her unique perspective on how we, as Christians, should talk to our kids about racial differences.

by Nathan Jones
June 6, 2020

Jesus prophesied that in the end times there would be ethnos against ethnos - race against race. With all the anti-racism riots going on here in the United States, have we reached that end times sign?

by BibleStudyTools

Foolish interpretations of the Bible have created the misconception that God approves of racism and slavery. This is a collection of scripture quotes exemplifying God's command to 'judge not by appearance, but judge by right judgment.' Read these powerful Bible verses relating to the context of racism and prejudice.

by Ken Ham & Dr. Charles Ware

Most people do not realize how intimately connected the popular idea of evolution and the worst racist ideology in history are. This book reveals the compelling history of the effect of an evolution-based belief system on the history of the United States, including slavery, the Civil Rights Movement, and abortion.

by Dr. Dillon Burroughs

Scripture is clear all people are created in God’s image.

by Charles Gilmer

In current discussions of race relations the word love is seldom mentioned. Dr. King insisted love was the dominant or critical value by which we could overcome racial strife. The love he spoke of was a biblical love, one that is unconditional, unselfish and seeks the absolute good of another party.

by Martin Morrison

Only Christ can ultimately destroy the racial barriers, because only Christ can deal with the fallen human heart. You see, racism is ultimately a problem of the heart and only Christ can change our hearts.

by Daniele Luciano Moskal

In the name of Jesus Christ we come before You, asking Your forgiveness for being intolerant of one another because of the colours of our skin. Forgive us for tolerating prejudice in the household of faith.

by The Christian Working Woman

God wants us to see people as individuals, created and loved by Him, of equal importance and value. We must, by His grace, root out the prejudice within us so that we can show the world what God’s love is like.

by Focus of the Family Store

Amazing Grace tells the story of the remarkable life of the British abolitionist William Wilberforce - human rights activist, cultural reformer, and member of Parliament. At the center of this heroic life was a passionate twenty-year fight to abolish the British slave trade, a battle Wilberforce won in 1807, as well as efforts to abolish slavery itself in the British colonies, a victory achieved just three days before his death in 1833.

by Dr. Dillon Burroughs

The Bible has very clear instructions about dealing with racism.

by Ken Ham

A significant number of Christians would claim that such “interracial” marriages directly violate God’s principles in the Bible and should not be allowed.

by Answers in Genesis

The term race is often used to classify people based almost solely on physical characteristics. According to evolutionary ideas, these so-called races descended from different ancestors separated by location and time. However, based on biblical history, the term race must be incorrect. We are all one race, the human race.

by Liza Treadwell
May 23, 2016

Throughout world history, governments have violated and ignored the human and civil rights of their citizens. In some instances, they demonstrated this disregard through customs, etiquette, and racial caste systems that denied human dignity and respect.

by Eric Lyons, M.Min.

Those who are Christians, however, logically contend that since (1) God exists, and (2) the Bible is the Word of God, racism is morally wrong - completely ridiculous for the following five reasons.

by Juan Valdes
July 26, 2013

One way to stem the tide of racism is to educate people in God’s truth.  God  says we are all one race.  Adults must know this and believe it.  Then they can educate their children to be a generation in which racism is unacceptable.  Children are not born racist, they are taught racism.