Matt Chandler recently joined a host of woke, anti-white racists at the heretical IF Gathering to denounce America as a demonic nation that has racism woven into its very foundation. Among his co-guests was Latasha Morrison, a racist person who once had an entire stadium of white students at a Campus Crusade (CRU) conference stand up and repeat a prayer of “lament” for being white.
During the panel session, Matt Chandler was asked “where do we go from here,” to which he replied:
“I think until we acknowledge that we’re dealing with some principalities and powers…we’re just going to talk. Until there’s a kind of a heartbreak that gets all of us asking the Spirit of God to break this thing that was woven into the foundation of the nation…theologically it was, in regards to the system to the system of structures, it was. In regards to the mindset, it was. So the quick fix here is for the Spirit of God, by the grace of God to destroy this principality and power that sits over us…”
By the way, do you catch how Chandler always culturally appropriates himself when he’s around black people? Did you catch the Ebonics?
While these leftists continue to complain that we “don’t listen to them,” they never actually make a case for this racism that still “sits over us.” Chandler complains that it’s “easier” to call him a Marxist than to actually deal with the rampant racism that’s “woven into the foundation of the nation” he accuses us of, but he doesn’t actually explain this. They never do.
The world, however, has explained what they believe to be the racism woven into the foundation of our nation and it includes such things as:
- logic and reason,
- rule of law,
all things that the secular leftist society has ascribed to “white supremacy.” So, if Chandler can’t actually explain where he thinks all this racism is, and he invokes the ideas and vocabulary Marxists, then yes, we’re going to label you a Marxist. That’s called “logic and reason.”
This foolishness that Chandler has embraced is extremely troubling as the Church is supposed to reject worldly thinking.