Season: 13 Episode: 186
A popular belief circulating among the culture is that Christianity is a white man’s religion. This is one reason why the younger generations are reluctant to become Christians. They believe Christianity is used by white men to oppress and manipulate the vulnerable. While it is true that people have done heinous acts in the name of Christianity, the question that we get to the bottom of is Is Christianity a white man’s religion? Ty is on the show to answer this question using examples from Beyonce, early church history, and she tells the church how to change the minds of those who believe this way.
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Ty is the host of the Miss Tytus Jones YouTube channel. She is an apologist who speaks to those who claim to be Hebrew Israelites and shares how Christians can and should take apologetics to the inner cities. She works as a copyrighter for Cross Examined.
Tell us a little about who you are and what you do.
I recently started hearing people say Christianity is a white mans religion. Now, to me, I immediately am like – wait, Christianity started in Jerusalem, it originated in the middle east. What do people mean when they say that?
You gave a fantastic presentation for CIA this year and you used Beyonce as an example of what black people think of Christianity: Christianity is for white people and spirituality is for black people going back to their roots. What does this say about the identify crisis in America (besides the one related to gender)?
What do you find is a result of people believing that Christianity is a white man’s religion?
Are white people going to be successful in evangelizing to black people because of this narrative that Christianity is a white man’s religion?
You said there is a need for urban apologetics. What is that and how is it done?