God and racial differences
In response to the entry on the problem of black theodicy (the question of how to reconcile a black God with the evil that is suffered by blacks), a reader asks, Don’t we race-realist theists have a theodicy problem of our own? How do we account for God’s creation of different races with such different levels of ability? And what should whites do about hopelessly dyfunctional societies such as Haiti? I reply.
By the way, I really love the easy, soft-ball questions readers throw in my direction. It’s not exactly like Sarah Palin being interviewed by Bill O’Reilly, or Hillary Clinton being interviewed by Katie Couric.