Racism—A Failure of Faith, Hope, and Love
Mark Robinson: Racism—A Failure of Faith, Hope, and Love. Simply put, racism is a form of partiality that falls short of the law of neighbor love. As such, it is an ancient sin that doesn’t require new modern categories to understand and address but a continual, fresh recognition that our commonality and solidarity is grounded in realities (i.e. the image of God) that transcend humanly defined notions of race.