It is fascinating to see the way in which ideological equalitarians, including scientists, are reacting in precisely the way that they suppose the religious faithful will act when the scientific evidence appears to contradict their religious beliefs. "Stop," they beg, "just stop." And so much for that romantic notion that "many sociologists and anthropologists have argued for decades" about race being "a social invention historically used to justify prejudice and persecution".
We are all equal before God. If God does not exist, then there is no such thing as equality. That is the reality.
He correctly points out the hypocrisy of leftists who criticize Christians for denying Darwinism.
But when he says “we are all equal before God,” he's forgetting that during the era of slavery, exactly the opposite was said, that God endorsed slavery and that Africans were the descendants of Canaan, doomed to slavery because of the Curse of Ham.
The thing about religion is that it gives you a justification to believe in whatever you want. But science reveals inconvenient truths.