My wife and I watched a video of a white police officer who stopped a black man for driving “under the speed limit” that took place in February 2020. Ace Perry had the good sense to turn on his camera phone to record the injustice. You must watch this:
The officer is an idiot and should be fired. Driving five miles per hour under the speed limit? There is no such traffic violation.
You don’t need the academic side of Critical Race Theory to tell you that what this officer did was morally and legally wrong. The officer was not applying the biblical standard of justice equally. Equal justice under the law is an American principle derived from biblical law. The sad fact is, many Christians have abandoned the basis for the principle, and Critical Race Theorists can’t account for equal justice under the law given their secular/materialist/evolutionary worldview. Even so, many churches are embracing CRT because they are ignorant of biblical law, or they don’t believe it applies outside the church. Modern-day Evangelicalism and Reformed Theology, generally speaking, have created a dual citizenship ethical structure with dual ethical norms.