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7 CIVIL RIGHTS AND CHRISTIANIT suggested 16 . This was surprising that it was difficult for a few Christians to encourage reforms to take effect slowly or to get their hands-on things with the breeziness that the Lobbyist wanted. The Bible has been weapon of hope and victory for a long time. This was often seen as a legitimizing and persecuting tool when put in an improper pocket. Although other Christians have been largely reluctant to engage in civil rights problems, hardline segregationists are diverse critics of African Americans and, ultra-minority interests. Several segregationists have claimed that the Bible has revealed that God requires men to live in segregation based upon their Scripture reading. W.A. Gamble, assistant to the Mississippi Central Presbytery was a racist fundamentalist so he sought to put up his guard to preserve theological apartheid. The bulk of his claims were focused on concerns about interracial ties, such as his assertion that "the abolition of the apartheid legislation and the resulting mixing of races ... eventually would contribute to miscegenation" 17 . He acknowledged that interracial marriages would become normal by unification, that they would eventually produce children along such lines, rearing a population that God might object to. Segregationists, like Gamble, focused on the emotions of a person as opposed to on the facts of fact or rationality. Given feelings of race-blending, multiple concerns emerged that Scriptures were taken regardless of some direct relation to the topic at hand. The Word of Scripture is regarded by Christians as the Word of God and by people from various centers of view. For the people who wish to consider segregation to be being a chunk of God's will, one may find some segments that can be utilized to thrust such a arrange. For occasion, Acts 17:26 states, “From one man he made all the countries, that they ought to occupy the entire soil; and he checked out their named times in history and the boundaries of their 16 Stanford. (2018, April 4). Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story. Retrieved April 2, 2020, from 17 Taylor, J., & Lucas, S. (2015, February 6). Jim Crow, Civil Rights, and Southern White Evangelicals: A Historians Forum (Sean Michael Lucas). Retrieved April 2, 2020 from - historians-forum-sean-michael-lucas/
8 CIVIL RIGHTS AND CHRISTIANIT lands”. This segment, particularly the bit examining limits, is routinely utilized to illustrate that God made Isolation of minorities 18 . In either event, when brought into context, one can see that Paul genuinely contributed to the dignity the Greeks had, as if they were equal to anyone around them. Paul positions them in their true-blue position by exhorting them that God is the person who placed everything on this earth whom Adam conceives to all creatures, and they are no equal to others. Deuteronomy 7:3-4 is another verse utilized by the men, who try to legitimize

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