I recall attending a lecture in which Toni Morrison told the audience that America is most divided on Sunday mornings. I have always found it fitting that in the South black Christians and white Christians can attend church and talk about love, until it means loving a person of another color. My mom used to remind me of this while I was growing up in Montgomery, Alabama — a city full of racial hate. Because of this, my parents never embraced God. To this day, they both do not believe in the existence of a God or a magical man who walked the earth and died for hate, racism, and status. I am curious to ask my parents about Jena, Louisiana and the Jena 6 issue. Jena is an 85% white community divided by race. The vast majority of people claim to be Christians who attend church weekly. Question: Can a man who lives by the word of Christ enter the kingdom of heaven as a bigot? Probably not. Jim Crow is not in heaven.