A speaker at an evangelical Christian college urged students to accept the views of Black Lives Matter and consider themselves as having benefited from white privilege while looking to the Palestinians for inspiration in how to get along with one’s adversaries.

The Rev. Christena Cleveland, a social psychologist who teaches at Duke University School of Divinity and authored the book “Disunity in Christ,” brought a message of reconciliation and “love without exception” to Biola University in Los Angeles last week.

At a conference titled “Love No Matter What: Politics, Sex, Race and the Way of the Cross,” Cleveland touted the contributions of Black Lives Matter and said Christians should be more loving and accepting of the LGBTQ community, Muslims and others who don’t share their particular vision of biblical truth. READ MORE