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SBC President Tells MSNBC Hosts That The Bible Calls Us to be Woke

by | Jun 24, 2021 | News, Racialism, Social Justice, Social-Issues, The Church, Video | 0 comments

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During another interview with the godless MSNBC and several apostate hosts–from Roman Catholics to ex-Southern Baptists to Episcopalians–the newly-elected Southern Baptist President, once again, trashed and distorted Christianity, allowed the hosts to twist the Scriptures while he nodded his head in agreement, and even told one host that it’s “unfortunate” that “woke” is used as a pejorative in conservative circles since the Bible actually calls us to be so.

During the interview, one host mentioned that “if you really care about what Jesus thinks,” you’ll acknowledge that Jesus came to have fellowship and communion with sinners, including abortionists, to which you could hear Ed Litton in the background saying “that’s right.”

Later in the interview, the Episcopalian host came on and questioned Litton about being woke and racial reconciliation. Ed responds by saying that it’s “unfortunate” that “woke” is used as a pejorative since the Bible consistently calls us to “wake up.” He then goes on to list all of the things the woke movement stands for–such as shutting up and listening to people’s “experiences” so that you can “learn.”

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