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SBC Pastor Warns Race-baiting Woke Theologian, Jemar Tisby, of Hell. Where is Everyone Else?

by | Nov 17, 2022

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Southern Baptist pastor and president of Founders Ministries, Tom Ascol, warned Jemar Tisby today of his impending doom and place in “the lake that burns with fire and sulfur” today after woke social justice theologian, Jemar Tisby falsely accused a brother of promoting ethnic segregation.

Jemar Tisby is one of the leading agitators of the modern racial division in Evangelical churches in America. He regularly incites hatred and division between blacks and whites by indicting all white people with the inherent guilt of former white American slave owners simply by the virtue of the color of their skin and insisting that all white people are obligated to self-atone for their inherent sin through various and unending reparative acts.

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Tisby is an idolater of skin color. Sadly, he remains a slave to his identity in ethnicity and has been unable to find his way off the woke plantation despite multiple pleadings to flee. He is the epitome of self-oppression. There, he finds security and comfort and he, along with his colleagues at his organization, The Witness, will do practically anything to convince themselves to remain under its authority, including lying.

Jemar Tisby accused William Wolfe, an intern who works for Al Mohler at Southern Seminary, of promoting ethnic segregation. Wolfe has actually argued that the rightfully predominant culture in the United States is Anglo-Protestantism, to which all the leftists misrepresented and started throwing flames.

I wrote about that here. But the bottom line was that Wolfe was arguing in favor of historic Republicanism—but, you know, “that’s racist!” Here we are again today with Jemar Tisby, an accuser of the brethren, once again accusing Wolfe of racism because of his historic, conservative positions.

But here’s the bigger story. Finally, there is a Southern Baptist pastor willing to call Jemar Tisby out for his racist anti-Christ rhetoric. Tisby—who calls himself a Christian but works for one of the nation’s premier anti-White racists, Ibram X. Kendi, and recently brought on a pro-abortion pro-LGBTQ “pastor” named Jacqui Lewis to lecture the Church on how to be a better Christian—refuses to accept any conservative, straight, white male as a Christian simply based on the color of their skin.

But only one Southern Baptist leader is willing to call him out on it? The Southern Baptist Convention is filled with men who care more about their own positions and kingdoms than they do the souls of other people. Lo and behold, one might stir up a controversy by warning someone of the danger their soul is in.

Have I then become your enemy by telling you the truth? —Galatians 4:16

Jemar Tisby’s gospel is false, and Jemar Tisby leads many people straight to the pits of Hell. But so do the vast majority of Southern Baptist talking heads. Tom Ascol is a true leader and an outlier in the Southern Baptist Convention. Hopefully, more people will follow his lead, but Ascol doesn’t belong in the SBC and hopefully he will pull his church out.

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