I find this "sermon" somewhat comical, and coming from the unprogrammed side, that's not an unusual attitude, since we don't do sermons that much (as a genre), nor even recognize "recorded ministers" all that much (some of us do). 

Nevertheless, I dive into the Bible from my own Quaker perspective, discussing the concept of races, which probably has something to do with racism as well.

[ I also sound like I have a cold, which I probably do.  My voice varies over my corpus of Youtube videos (I've been especially prolific since November of last year). ]

For an example of how I might link to said video, from "debate space", here's an example comment of mine (from today) on Medium, another haunt of mine.

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