It was the American experience of those three separate population components facing one another on a daily basis under conditions of manifest and enforced inequality that created the concept in the first place and endowed it with the assumption that those perceived "races" had very different sets of capabilities. Those thoughts are very influential and have become enshrined in laws and regulations. This is why I can conclude that, while the word "race" has no coherent biological meaning, its continued grip on the public mind is in fact a manifestation of the power of the historical continuity of the American social structure, which is assumed by all to be essentially "correct."
That is so true! And thank you for your encouragement :)
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And your other question pertained to who is righteous. Of course we go to God through Christ as our mediator. My righteousness is not from myself, but because of what Christ has done on my behalf. I think maintaining good fellowship with the Father is important. In Sunday School at my church we are going through 1 John and discussing the great fellowship we are afforded in Christ with God. It is a wonderful book to study.