“That’s racist!” or “You’re racist!” are two phrases comfortably thrown around in popular culture today.
When African-Americans, Hispanics, or any minorities for that matter, are called disgusting words by a Caucasian person that we won’t publish here, you would certainly say that a racist act was committed, right?
Of course you would.
But what if that same action happened to a Caucasian person by a minority? Is it possible that minorities could be racists towards Caucasians? That’s what we’d like to find out, and we’re gonna use the Bible as a reference.
First, God created every single one of us. We are fearfully and wonderfully made, and we should never forget that. We can’t select what we’ll look like, what our race will be or who are parents are. We are just born, and are made special by God. Embrace your individual beauty!
In Revelation 7:9, John describes what he saw when he saw what Heaven would look like one day.
“After this I looked, and behold, a great multitude that no one could number, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb…”
Notice that it did not say that only Asians, Indians, Caucasians, or African-Americans etc…were seen in Heaven. It said those” from every nation, from all tribes and peoples.”
So when we treat someone who is different than us with disrespect, call them racist words (minority or Caucasian), or commit a hateful act, we are 10000% in the wrong. And yes, minorities don’t get a pass because they’re putting down the majority; Caucasians.
And if you have hatred for any other race, no matter what race it is, well, that behavior isn’t allowed in Heaven. Remember, anyone who accepts Christ as their Lord and Savior will be there. That’s it.
So no, there’s no such thing as “reverse racism.” There’s only racism, and that can be felt by anyone, of any race.
And God doesn’t have time for that in His Kingdom.