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Self-Admitted Racist, Matthew Hall, Leaves Southern Seminary, Joins Apostate Biola University

by | May 2, 2022 | Apostasy, News, Politics, Racialism, Religion, Social Justice, Social-Issues, The Church | 0 comments

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The veil is being lifted one by one off of some of the most heinous criminal actors the Church has ever seen in modern history. There is no argument that the “woke church” movement has caused more division and strife and spread more false teaching than any other modern heresy, including the Word of Faith movement. The “woke church” movement has become a cult whereby its adherents evangelize with force.

The movement, which has been dubbed “racial reconciliation,” is rooted in Critical Race Theory. Critical Race Theory (CRT) emerged as an offshoot of Critical Theory, a neo-Marxist philosophy that has its roots in the Frankfurt School, and its methods are drawn from Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud. CRT teaches that institutional racism exists within every structure of society and that these structures are intrinsically designed in such a manner as to protect and preserve “white supremacy” in our culture. Further, CRT does not rely on factual statistics or objective evidence to support the theory, rather it relies on anecdotal evidence and personal experience.

This movement was largely popularized in the Southern Baptist Convention by Russell Moore who took office at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) in 2013. Moore began his crusade against “white supremacy” almost immediately, attacking conservatives on every issue ranging from border control to states flying the Confederate flag over their government buildings to hijacking the pro-life movement to include slave reparations and redistribution of wealth.

Discerning Christians began blowing the horn on this movement immediately, and though it took several years for people to actually begin to take notice, the veil began to be lifted off of these subversive actors one by one.

In 2018, the tides began to turn on Russell Moore as more and more people began to notice that Moore’s agenda wasn’t biblical, but political—and leftist. Ultimately, the pressure grew so much for him to resign that he had no choice but to do so. After he resigned, he landed at the far left religious media outlet, Christianity Today.

Others that the masses previously embraced but ultimately began to be unmasked included left-wing actors such as Beth Moore, Ed Stetzer, Thom Rainer, Trillia Newbell, and several others who left their various Southern Baptist Convention posts to join further left organizations. But the latest to join the mass exodus of the sociopathic left-wing is Matthew Hall.

Matthew Hall, the provost of and second-in-command at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, is leaving the school to join the rapidly-apostatizing Biola University. The announcement was made on Twitter last week by Sean McDowell, a Biola Professor:

Biola, which claims to be a Christian University, is home to many anti-biblical ideologies ranging from Roman Catholic mysticism to Marxism. Of course, among those complaining about the departure from the Southern Baptist Convention is the denomination’s resident race-baiter, Dwight McKissic.

Not all are pleased or convinced with the move, though. Some say that Matthew Hall should have been called to repent or been fired from Southern Seminary but instead it was simply a “cowardly” political move.

This also prompted a rather long Twitter thread from Michael O’Fallon of Sovereign Nations who explained that this move was likely a subversive attempt to “rehabilitate the woke emperors,” meaning Al Mohler, Mark Dever, Ligon Duncan, and Kevin DeYoung, who have recently been attempting to quietly rebrand themselves as anti-woke warriors against Critical Race Theory.

So who was Matthew Hall? Hall made headlines in 2019 when he went on a podcast to explain how the color of his skin inherently made him a “racist” and a “white supremacist,” and that he would have to live with that guilt for the rest of his life.

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