Christopher Morris says he doesn’t want to be known as a “token black.” Nor does he want anyone to think he’s been duped into subjugation. “I’m a Grayfriar,” proclaims Morris, 34. . . .
“A professional historian would be totally humiliated.”. . .
In the midst of our current controversy with our local intoleristas, some of you many have wondered about the League of the South, and what our connection to that organization actually is. Steve Wilkins, whom you know, has served as a director for the organization. . . .
But in this matter, the Christians who owned slaves in the South were on firm scriptural ground. May a Christian own slaves, even when this makes him a part of a larger pagan system which is not fully scriptural, or perhaps not scriptural at all? Provided he owns them in conformity to Christ’s laws for such situations, the Bible is clear that Christians may own slaves. . . .