Wow

https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-bannister/chick-fil-ceo-white-people-should-shine-blacks-shoes-show-sense-shame

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Author: Bryan G. Stephens

Bryan G. Stephens is a former executive on a mission to transform the workplace. He is the founder and CEO of TalkForward, a consulting and training company, utilizing Bryan’s clinical and management expertise to develop managers and teams in a corporate environment. As a licensed therapist with strong understanding of developing human potential, he is dedicated to the development of Human Capital to meet the needs of leaders, managers, and employees in the 21st Century workplace. Bryan has an Executive MBA from Kennesaw State University, Coles School of Business, and both a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.

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  1. Never. Why? I have nothing to apologize for.  I am Polish, first generation, my ancestors were slaves as well, they were serfs in early Poland. They were slaves/serfs for Russians, Germans and Austrians. That was a long time and several generations ago. To want reparations would be asinine.

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  2. I just saw this in another place. I figured somebody had a post about it here. Like Robert, I haven’t been back to Chic-fil-a since the last sellout. This just seals the deal. His father must be turning over in his grave.

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  3. By this time next year, how many shoes do you think Cathy fils will have personally polished (including his own)? I guess …  zip, zilch, zero, nada, bupkis.

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  4. Unfortunately, his kind of emotionalism over critical thinking is rampant in the church in the US. His misguided attempt at humility and service instead is perverted into a self-abasing devaluing of people that has no basis in Christianity. The idea that someone has to live in bondage to guilt for something they never did and must apologize to someone who they never did it to (or who it may never have even happened to) is antithetical to Christianity. He who the Son sets free, is free indeed. We are not to live in bondage to the sins of the past, especially others’ sins, because those debts were paid at the cross and redeemed when we accepted salvation through Christ’s resurrection.

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