Yes, God does not want Christian pastors to preach against racism from the pulpit in the House of God, which is the Christian church.
God does not consider all races as equal. This is very clear in the Holy Bible. God chose one race to be the Chosen Race. This shows God’s fundamental position that all races are not equal, and that is what God wants.
If God wants racial equality, then God would never have chosen one race to be the Chosen Race. God is same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. God does not want racial equality in the world.
Whatever your personal feelings about race or equality, it is important to know the truth that God does not consider all races as equal. More importantly, God does not want all races to be equal. This is self-evident in the New Testament as well as in the Old Testament.
The New Testament emphasizes that God chose one race (one nation), which is Israel, as the Chosen People (race).
All human beings go to Adam and Eve, but races became distinguished with ancestral fathers, so that Isaac became the ancestor father to the Israelites (Jews) and Ishmael became the ancestral father to Arabs, and so on.
God chose one race, the race that was created through the ancestral father of Isaac, Abraham’s son, because God does not oppose racial inequality, or racism.
It is wrong for Christian pastors to preach against racism from the pulpit because Jesus Christ and the Apostles never ever preached against racism, even though there was a lot of racism during the life time of Jesus Christ and in the New Testament world.
This is because God does not oppose racism. God supports a racist system in the world in which one race is chosen and made special over and against other races. This is what God wants in the world: God wants races to be unequal.
It is difficult to humble oneself to the Word of God and submit to God’s will, and that is why many so-called Christian preachers and TV evangelists end up loving the world and falling away into the world.