I wonder if Russell Moore ever allows a pure Q&A session at any of his public appearances, or does he just act like his spiritual brethren in Antifa with their violent suppression of any free thought?
Because if he would ever promise to truthfully answer questions, I would like to ask him where exactly in the Bible does it condone the extermination of the White Race?
Does it say specifically that we are doomed to die, and does it explicitly encourage the importation of non-Christian terrorists into communities of God-fearing men and women?
I think not.
This weekend, white nationalists will descend on Tennessee, in both Shelbyville and Murfreesboro, for a “White Lives Matter” rally. As Christian leaders in Tennessee, we declare ourselves in resolute opposition to this expression of racism and white supremacy. We denounce and repudiate white supremacy as a work of the devil, designed to dehumanize and divide.
I guess Moore and his buddies have the secret Bible book of Kangz in their possession, and are citing verses like, “Niggas gotta git dem White wimminz, for dat is da kee to da flyin’ pyramid in da sky.”
Ideologies that declare the white race as superior are an assault against the Word of God, which declares that every human being is created in the image of God and worthy of dignity and respect (Genesis 1:26-27; 1 Peter 2:17; James 3:9). These ideologies stand in opposition to the gospel of Jesus Christ, which reconciles, in Christ’s body, people from every tribe, tongue, and nation (Ephesians 2:15; Galatians 3:28; Revelation 7:9).
Racism and white supremacy are, sadly, not extinct but present all over the world in various white supremacist movements, sometimes known as “white nationalism” or “alt-right.” History shows that indifference, by the church, allows such evil to flourish. We must not only declare racism to be wrong, we must oppose specific acts and movements that would degrade and dehumanize our brothers and sisters in Christ.
We call every follower of Jesus in the state of Tennessee to speak out against white supremacy, in all of its forms, and to pray and work for racial unity in our communities. We also pray for those who advocate racist ideologies and those who are thereby deceived, that they may see their error through the light of the Gospel, repent of these hatreds, and come to know the peace and love of Christ through redeemed fellowship in the Kingdom of God.
If an alien species decided to observe our religion from analysis of just the organized churches of the West, it would be perfectly understandable that they would come to the conclusion that Christianity is an enemy of the White Race.
But this is in essence false – the teachings of Christ do not hinge on the whims of Boomer cuckolds or preachers who were taught their Scripture with a Happy Merchant rubbing his gold dust-stained hands somewhere in the immediate background.
The Word of God is eternal and unchanging, and yet over the last couple generations we’ve seen interpretations fly all across the political spectrum – going so far as to condone virtual worship of those who seek to slaughter us all by both subversion and the sword.
No, even though the churches in our communities have fallen into levels of heresy and idiocy that would have sent our ancestors into an enraged frenzy, the Christians in our Movement need to remember that all is not lost when faith is concerned.
For the day will soon arrive when we will not only have to rebuild our politics, but will have to rediscover our spirituality as well.
And let us look on the bright side of all this – we now know beyond a shadow of a doubt how badly sacred teachings can be warped by corrupted and evil men.