As to your position that segregation is biblical, oh dear brother really now, is your knowledge of the Bible so lacking that you miss the point of Romans 10:12? there is no distinction between Jew and Greek; the same Lord is Lord of all and is generous to all who call on him.
Look at the example of Jesus. He welcomed, visited and offered hope and healing to all, Jew, Samaritan, Roman, Greek. The apostle Paul, in his ministry, visited and stayed in the lands and homes of people of many nations. For a Christian, there are no races, no nationalities, all are one in Christ, equally valued, equally love.
As to the legalism of CI (a legalism worse then that of the Pharisees whom Christ preached against)look at your own writings Andy. Look at all the times you say MUST, HAVE TO. CI teaches that races should be separate, yet Christ modeled the inclusive love of God. There is nothing in the teachings of Christ that support segregation. Now the Pharisees on the other hand preached that a true Jew should remain pure, apart for all others. Jesus certainly preached against that, even to the point of using (of all things) a Samaritan women as his first Disciple to go to a people who were despised and hated by the Jews of Galilee, to preach the love and acceptance of God for all people.
As to hatred not being preached here, what would you call the insults you throw around to people who disagree with you, and out of love are trying desperately to bring you back to true Christianity?
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