- Dec 11, 2018
Across a series of seven studies, at team led by Steven O Roberts at Stanford University found that the way that we perceive God — and in particular our beliefs about God’s race — may influence our decisions about who should be in positions of leadership more generally.
However, there’s a big limitation here: these studies were all based on correlations between beliefs about God and beliefs about who should be leaders. That is, it wasn’t clear whether perceptions of God’s race actually cause people to prefer certain leaders or whether there’s something else going on that could explain the link between the two.
People Who See God As A White Man Tend To Prefer White Men For Leadership Positions
By Matthew Warren. American Christians’ beliefs about God’s race and gender may influence their decisions about who should be leaders generally.