Foundational U Podcast: Ep. 2 – Song of the Sirens pt. 2
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Sweeping changes are being forced upon the work place, industries, and institutions for gender and race quotas; all in the ideology of correcting the disparities in employment and institutional leadership.
These changes are forcing new rational in the boardrooms, human resource offices and hiring practices.
The best candidates and most qualified applicants are being moved to the bottom of the list in favor of hiring the correct gender and not hiring the dreaded Caucasian male.
The results of these practices are slowly being seen in diminishing competitiveness and scientific advances from the U.S. industry, education and craftsmanship of the workplace.
The ideologies of critical race theory and intersectionality are another song of the Sirens.
God created the first couple, Adam and Eve, in His own image.
They were the first parents of mankind. The entire human race has its origin and DNA from this first couple (Genesis 1:26-28).
Following the flood in which the entire population of the earth perished except three couples, Noah and his wife with his three sons and their wives, God repopulated the earth from these three families.
They were the sole survivors of the original parents and are now the parents of all human beings (Genesis 9:1-6).
It was God who scattered the people across the globe and initiated the various languages (Genesis 11:1-9).
The Holy Scriptures reveal God’s heart about racial prejudice in a very power way.
Miriam, the biological sister of Moses, was offended he had married a black woman of Ethiopia.
Miriam shared that bitterness with their brother, Aaron.
Out of the bitterness caused by the prejudice in their heart, Aaron and Miriam became critical and judgmental of Moses. They spoke about him in a demeaning way as a leader and they claimed equal status and equal authority.
God dealt with their racial prejudice severely (Numbers 12:1-16).
God knew there would the need for racial reconciliation and he gave the ministry of reconciliation and the word of reconciliation to his church and the foundation is that he reconciled to us through Jesus Christ.
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Other content related to this podcast: What is the Biblical Basis for Racial Reconciliation?
Listen to part one of this podcast here: Foundational U Podcast: Ep. 1 – Song of the Sirens
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About F. Dean Hackett
Dr. F. Dean Hackett has served in full-time Christian ministry since October 1971. He has ministered throughout the United States, Canada and Europe, serving as pastor, conference speaker and mentor. He has planted four churches, assisted in planting 15 others and currently serves as lead pastor of Living Faith Church in Hermiston, Oregon. Dr. Hackett founded Spirit Life Ministries International in 2001 to facilitate ministries in Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina and to open a training center for workers in those nations.