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Beth Moore on Tweeting Spree Challenge to “Encourage” Anti-White Race Baiters

by | Nov 10, 2019

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Beth Moore somehow continues to find herself in bad company. And, as the Apostle Paul warned, we should not deceive ourselves, bad company ruins good morals (1 Corinthians 15:33).

Beth Moore is responding to a challenge by Bernice King, daughter of the deity of Christ-denying heretic, Martin Luther King Jr., to “encourage black friends” today.

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And, as no surprise, she has found herself praising some of the worst anti-white racists in the country.

Here is a list of some of the black people she’s praised today.

Ekemini Uwan, who goes by the Twitter handle, @sista_theology, is most well-known for her “whiteness is wickedness” comment. She is a staunch advocate of slave reparations and was once practically booed out of a conference when she made a bunch of racist anti-white comments in a room full of white women.

Next up, Jemar Tisby

Jemar Tisby is arguably the most racist black “Christian” in all of Evangelicalism. An Evangelical Jesse Jackson, Tisby is a staunch proponent of slave reparations and has even redefined the gospel to include reparations as “atonement” for past generational sins. Tisby has sated that working around too many white people can adversely affect your mental health. The kind of people that Jemar Tisby attracts leaves something to be desired as well — they are mostly foul-mouthed racists.

As the CEO of the popular black ministry, The Witness, Tisby employs such people as Ally Henny, a pro-abortion activist who was angry that there were white people in the movie theater watching a movie about Harriet Tubman, who Moore also praised.

The list goes on and on — all racist, race-baiting anti-white woke black people. But you know who wasn’t on any of her lists? Great theologians and pastors like Voddie Baucham, or even men like Darrell Harrison who work for Grace to You. Conrad Mbewe — one of the greatest gifts the African continent has ever seen in the way of sound theology and gospel-centered preaching and evangelism.

No, she won’t praise these men, because they don’t kiss her behind. They are real men of God, not effeminate pansy beta-males like the woke crowd. The kind of men that Beth Moore praises are the kind of men who will get on their knees and apologize on behalf of other men for sins they did not commit while pleading for her forgiveness.

Beth Moore is in a completely different world that is far from the Kingdom of God.


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