Samuel Sey is a writer who

focuses on racial, cultural, and political issues, with biblical theology and an attempt to be quick to listen and slow to speak.

According to his website, he is also slow to write.

A few of Samuel’s themes are abortion, book reviews, Critical Race Theory, culture, and Christianity.

Abortion is commonly defined as the termination of a pregnancy by the removal or expulsion of an embryo or fetus before it can survive outside the womb. From a pro-life perspective (which is a superior perspective), the opposition to abortion is rooted in the belief that human life begins at conception and, therefore, the unborn baby should be protected.

Critical Race Theory (CRT) tends to identify people based on their race, reducing complex individuals to mere representatives of their racial group. Such an approach undermines the principle of individuality and perpetuates a divisive and reductive view of society.

It also promotes a binary and adversarial perspective on race relations, framing the world solely through the lens of oppressor and oppressed. Such an approach breeds animosity and division, hindering constructive dialogue and collaboration.

In other words, it generates hatred.

Samuel chatted to me about

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