Racism does not happen by accident. It can be taught and exampled to young and unknowing hearts and minds. This is troubling. Even more troubling are the maladies of ignorance, prejudice and bigotry that must be present and flourishing to feed and sustain racist thinking and actions. As Christians, the mere thought of any of these things having a home in our hearts or minds should send shivers of distress and fear through our very souls. In Part I of our 2-part series on racism, we dissected these four elements with the eyes of knowledge and the mind of understanding. Next we seek to look at ignorance, prejudice, bigotry and racism with godly wisdom and our highest godly intentions.