Combat ‘Christian Privilege’

Combat ‘Christian Privilege’

The workshop will also discuss how Christians receive “unmerited perks from institutions and systems all across our country.”

The “Christian Privilege” workshop is one of 15 “free training opportunities” …

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Persecution is percolating.

Don’t be fooled by King County, Washington State Prosecutor Dan Satterberg or Washington University of D.C. they are inciting lawlessness and persecution against Christians.

On that day a great persecution broke out against the church at Jerusalem, and all except the apostles were scattered throughout Judea and Samaria. Godly men buried Stephen and mourned deeply for him. (Acts 8:2)

It will not just be Seattle’s King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg that will come after Christians to persecute …it will be all of mankind, womankind and itkind.

That such organized, deep-rooted hatred being illegal is just “So what” not only to King County Prosecutors of Washington State but also to The George Washington University of DC whose idea of “education” is more than well-rounded knowledge but “deep-rooted” bigotry.

 It will be hosted by Timothy Kane, the interim associate director for inclusion initiatives at George Washington University, according to his biography page. As interim associate director, Kane works to expand the diversity and inclusion efforts at GWU, specifically the LGBT community. He did not respond Monday to a request for comment. – The College Fix

Gee, Seattle Police storm-troop their gay-agenda with tazers, guns and bully tactics while Timothy Kane works on behalf of LBGT in order to spread roots deep and wide that destroy those they oppose with hatred, what a shock.

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Tuesday.03.April.2018

Article Reference

(thecollegefix.com)—Efforts by The College Fix to reach a campus spokesperson, the multicultural center and the host of the Christian privilege workshop were to no avail Monday afternoon.

The Christian privilege event aims to make people aware of the privileges that Christians have and “what is meant by privilege overall and white privilege specifically,” the event description states. Furthermore, the event will try to educate those of the “role of denial when it comes to white privilege” and the difference between “equality and equity.”

By the end of the training, the organizers want participants to be able to name “at least three examples of Christian privilege” and “at least three ways to be an ally with a non-Christian person,” the website states.

Organizers also want the participants to be able to describe words like: “privilege, Christian privilege, denial, quality, equity, Christianity, bias, unconscious bias, micro-aggression, ally,” the website states.

The workshop will last 90 minutes and will feature a PowerPoint presentation and Q&A.

It will be hosted by Timothy Kane, the interim associate director for inclusion initiatives at George Washington University, according to his biography page. As interim associate director, Kane works to expand the diversity and inclusion efforts at GWU, specifically the LGBT community. He did not respond Monday to a request for comment.

Kane, who has a master’s degree in divinity and theology, is “dedicated to ensuring that all types of diversity at GW are celebrated and meant to feel included in campus culture and student life.” Being a “proud gay member of the LGBT community” at the university, he hopes to “promote this kind of solidarity amongst the LGBT community, and work towards celebrating the richness of diversity here at GW,” his online bio states.

– The College Fix