Professional, peer-reviewed papers about racism from the perspective of a recent creation, global Flood, and subsequent post-Babel migration within a biblical framework.
The life of American President Woodrow Wilson was reviewed, focusing on the influence of Darwinism and Wilson’s acceptance of a racist-eugenics worldview.
A Rwandan genocide of 1994 shows how a single group of people speaking one language and sharing the same culture were artificially divided into two races infused with Darwinism.
Charles Darwin’s (1809–1882) ideas helped to guide Social Darwinism, which was an underpinning of the Communist and the National Socialist (Nazi) ideologies.
The history of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study is a salient example of the negative fruits of Darwinian racism.
Over 100 innocent people were murdered to prove a theory that turned out to be not only wrong but based on an erroneous secular philosophy, namely Darwinism.
Attempts to apply Darwinian eugenics were part of the Nazi effort to produce a superior race in Germany.
Louis Agassiz and Alexander Winchell: Two Case Histories of Creationists Who Illustrate That Rejecting Genesis Influences the Acceptance of Racism
Theories that attempted to harmonize evolution and the Scriptures gave birth to, and perpetuated, a form of scientific racism based on Darwinism.
This review focuses on Korea, and the effects of racism on Korea from both Japan and China.
Before the traumatic devastation of the Nazi genocides, eugenics theory was widely accepted by both German and American scientists, especially in the pre-World War 1 era.
Racism on Answers Research Journal
These research papers in Answers Research Journal (ARJ) aim to consider racism from the perspective of recent creation within a biblical framework. These professional, peer-reviewed papers address issues related to the historical first parents from whom all humanity sprang, the population bottleneck at the time of the Flood, and post-Babel human migration. Our journal considers racism in light of creation, the evolutionary worldview, biblical scholarship, genetics, anthropology, the inerrancy of the Bible, early post-flood humanity, and the Genesis 10 “table of nations.”
The primary account of the dispersal of people groups after Babel is found in Genesis 10–11, where we learn that after the confusion of languages at Babel, people groups migrated away from each other based on language. These small groups became isolated. Due to founder effect, genetic drift, and environmental influence, certain physical characteristics became dominant in various groups. Genesis 10 contains the “Table of Nations” section, which shows where the grandsons and great-grandsons of Noah initially migrated.
In addition to this biblical evidence, we also have genetic studies which show us that the differences between all people groups on the planet are negligible and that we are all one race—the human race. Skin tone, eye shape, and other so-called racial characteristics are nothing more than variety within human genetics. Any misguided attempts to support racism with Scripture are riddled with error and insert evolutionary ideas into Scripture. While speaking in Athens, Paul said: “And he made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth” (Acts 17:26).
Therefore, as these ARJ papers will demonstrate, there is no basis for racism, as we are all united by a single forefather (Adam). Since we are all “in Adam,” we all have a sin nature and sin by choice. But we all also have hope. Jesus Christ came into the world as the Last Adam (1 Corinthians 15:45) to provide a perfect sacrifice for humanity’s sin problem. And by his blood, Jesus has and will continue to redeem “people for God from every tribe and language and people and nation” (Revelation 5:9).