If you haven't shopped at Target in a while you might be interested to see what they're selling in the "religious books" section of the store.
Target is selling a book that includes a "prayer" from a Black female author asking God to "help" her "hate White people."
The book titled "A Rhythm of Prayer" by Sarah Bessey, which contains passages from multiple authors, is on sale for $14.87 on Target's website and is listed in the store's "Religion + Beliefs" section and "Christian Life" subsection.
"On Saturday, one of the members of my church sent me these images of a 'devotional' she found in Target," Ryan McAllister, lead pastor at Life Community Church in Alexandria, Virginia, tweeted on Wednesday with photos of the passage in question titled, "Prayer of a Weary Black Woman" by author Chanequa Walker-Barnes, Ph.D.
McAllister added that the passage is "completely anti-biblical."
The passage is a prayer from the author, asking God to help her "hate White people" or "at least want to hate them."
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