Racism and prejudice in Christianity

This mindmap illustrates why Christians should combat racism and prejudice.

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  • Created by: Beth
  • Created on: 12-05-13 13:35
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  • Racism
    • God created everyone in his image, not just one race, or one group of people.
      • In Galatians Paul writes that "there is neither Jew nor Greek" so we are all equal and "one in Christ."
        • Prejudice
      • Prejudice
    • We are told to "love our neighbours as ourselves." so we shouldn't discriminate against anyone.
      • In Galatians Paul writes that "there is neither Jew nor Greek" so we are all equal and "one in Christ."
        • "God does not show favouritism, but accepts man from every nation."
          • We are told to "love our neighbours as ourselves." so we shouldn't discriminate against anyone.
            • John 3:16 states that "God so loved the world." So we must love everyone in the world, of every race, and not show prejudice against anyone.
              • Racism
                • God created everyone in his image, not just one race, or one group of people.
                  • "God does not show favouritism, but accepts man from every nation."
                    • John 3:16 states that "God so loved the world." So we must love everyone in the world, of every race, and not show prejudice against anyone.
                    • The parable of the Good Samaritan demonstrates how different ethnic groups should help each other.
                • The parable of the Good Samaritan demonstrates how different ethnic groups should help each other.

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