Race Pop Quiz

Name ___________________________    Date _____________

1.  As a Christian, I believe in the social construct of race and that its power and influence are both natural and thereby inherent, both divine and consequently, supreme. True or False?

2.  As a Christian, I believe that the social construct of race is reflective of the image of God, is a part of my God- given identity and the means by which God has described humanity and ordered the world.  True or False?

3.  As a Christian, I condemn myself and/ or others because of the social construct of race, believing that the social coloring of skin and physical attributes define one’s identity, social value and purpose. True or False?

4.  As a Christian, I believe in the legalism of race and thereby, that some persons are unforgivable and undeserving of God’s grace due to the social construct of race and the beliefs/ practices/ experiences of those who are, according to race, the enemy. True or False?

5.  As a Christian, I assume a person’s guilt or innocence, character strengths and weaknesses, goals and aspirations have been determined by the social construct of race.  Thus, there is no need to get to know them or the facts.  True or False?

6.  As a Christian, I trust race when making decisions concerning familial, personal, professional, spiritual and romantic relationships.  True or False?

7.  As a Christian, I am disappointed with God’s creative choice in making me or others due to my belief in and acceptance of the social construct of race.  True or False?

8.  As a Christian, I have harbored hatred, bitterness, resentment and unforgiveness, believing it acceptable and justified because it is racially motivated.  True or False?

9.  As a Chrisitan, I believe in the social colored image of God.  True or False?

10.  As a Christian, I believe that  if God is not socially colored black/ white/ red/ yellow/ brown/ beige, then I will not accept God.

A Bonus Question for Extra Credit

As a Christian, I follow the commandments of race more religiously, more stringently than the commandments of Christ.  True or False?

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