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Will Leftist Evangelicals Demand Believers Get On Obama Bandwagon?

Essay By: FMeekins
Editorial and opinion


Just because some white liberals are going out of their way to vote for Barack Obama for no other reason than that he happens to be half-black, some within the Evangelical leadership are once again beating on their drums about congregations being too split along racial and ethnic lines.


Submitted:Apr 2, 2008    Reads: 75    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   


Just because some white liberals are going out of their way to vote for Barack Obama for no other reason than that he happens to be half-black, some within the Evangelical leadership are once again beating on their drums about congregations being too split along racial and ethnic lines.

However, it they are the ones noticing this, isn't that proof that those patting themselves on the back for their embrace of racial diversity are in fact the ones looking at the color of skin rather than the content of character?

So long as a church sticks to Bible basics and welcomes those showing up at the front door, what does it really matter if a particular congregation appeals more to a particular group of people?

Has anyone ever stopped to think that, provided so long as no one is blatantly mistreated or rights to affiliate and peaceably assemble not infringed upon, maybe God is pleased as after all it is believed He is the one that caused different racial and ethnic groups to come about to begin with as a protection against the human tendency to unify and lavish accolades upon pseudo-messiahs?

Before Evangelicals rally behind Obamaism as some kind of miracle cure to a contrived problem more in the minds of elites than actual practice, perhaps they should take a look at the kind of ecclesiology many of Obama's supporters in theological ranks would impose upon Christendom.

Though someone cannot be held accountable for every inappropriate comment that might fly out of the mouth of their pastor, there comes a point where if the congregant does not disassociate himself from a particular church by either speaking out against incorrect doctrine or, even better yet, by taking their religious dollar elsewhere, it essentially means that one is tacitly endorsing the stance taken by a particular ministry.

If that is the case, then those taking seriously the notion that the Gospel message is for all of mankind really need to take a look at the sort of thing Mr. Obama has no problems allowing to slide by (like the Che flag hanging in one of his offices) for nearly 20 years and even more closely at the heretical poisons poised to infiltrate the nation's houses of worship.

According to a transcript of the March 2, 2007 edition of Hannity and Colmes, the church where Obama attends does not promote universal values but is rather distinct in standing up for the "Black family" (not just families) and the Black value system (not universal values).

It should also be pointed out that this so-called "Black value system" heralded by religious liberals are not exactly the same characteristics the rest of us may be use to hearing from the pulpit week after week. The things making up the foundation of Obama's worldview sound like they come more from the pages of the Communist Maniifesto than the verses of Holy Scripture.

For example, prior to having its seditious radicalism exposed in the broader media, the website of Trinity United Church of Christ provided a ten point program which included some of the following points.

"A congregation working towards ECONOMIC PARITY." Ladies and gentleman, this is code for confiscatory socialism. I wonder if Obama's friends in emergent church circles and the like are willing to surrender their bank accounts and property or like most of their other demands, that is something to be imposed upon we doofuses sitting in the pews.

"A congregation seeking RECONCILIATION." That may sound nice, but in liberal circles that doesn't mean everyone striving to be polite to one another despite past hurt feelings but rather that Whites are suppose to stand up and ring their hands for being "White devils" as Lousi Farrakhan, a good friend of the pastor of this church by the way, calls Caucasians and to dig into our pockets to fork out reparations payments.

"A congregation with a non-negotiable COMMITMENT TO AFRICA" because as the preamble to this document reads before it mysteriously disappeared, "Africa is 'our native land'.". Well, if you are going to harp on the need for multi-ethnic congregations, why should Caucasians care about Africa as it is not our native land. If you were born here, that distinction belongs to the United States.

Frankly, why would any white person want to subject themselves to such nonsense? Furthermore, if a church propounded the so-called "White family" and so-called "White values", wouldn't it be lambasted as crypto-Nazi and the presidential hopes of anyone holding membership in such a den of doctrinal iniquity rightfully dashed?

by Frederick Meekins





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