Prejudice is not simply a “black and white” issue. There are many kinds of isolation between groups based on age or tastes, physical and mental challenges, levels of education, denominational doctrine, gender, politics and ideology, economics, as well as race and nationality.
While I wrote this post for my newspaper column twenty years ago, the divisions within society and even the church have grown only wider, deeper and more intense. And we are all guilty of some form of prejudice—whether blatant or subtle. I have to admit I am extremely prejudiced against those who are prejudiced.
The essence of prejudice boils down to . . . [continue reading].