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Mark Dever Releases Video Pleading With People to Register for Conference Or It Will Be Canceled

by | Aug 17, 2023 | Abortion, Apostasy, Politics, Religion, Social Justice, Social-Issues, Video | 0 comments

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9Marks, better known as 9Marx, is an Evangelical Marxist organization founded by Southern Baptist pastor, Mark Dever and its sole purpose is to convert Evangelicals into social justice activists and, primarily, Democrat voters.

9Marks is responsible for advancing the narrative that white cops are out to kill black kids and has even used the coronavirus to stoke the fires of racial division in the Church. And, repeatedly, 9Marks has attempted to make the case that voting for pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, anti-Christ Democrats is perfectly acceptable for Christians.

 Mark Dever himself has stated that he doesn’t believe that Democrat-sanctioned abortion is as bad as Hitler’s Germany. The point is that they don’t actually care about abortion — they are mission-focused. Just like the Democrat party, they will do “whatever it takes” to accomplish their socialist agenda. This is why 9 Marks has admitted that identity politics is an ally and even teaches Sunday School classes on social justice, identity politics, and white privilege.

And last year, leading up to the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, 9Marks board member, Matthew Martens, was seen on Twitter liking and agreeing with multiple posts calling on Evangelicals to support the killing of innocent children in the womb as punishment for the crimes and bad choices of their parents. Here are a few screenshots of these likes:

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Now that we’ve unequivocally established that 9Marks is an Evangelical Marxist organization, let’s look at what has happened to them over the last few years. 9 Marks is scheduled to hold a conference at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary—a seminary barely lagging behind Union Theological Seminary (James Cone) in its social justice activism—along with Danny Akin, HB Charles, and others. Yet, apparently, nobody wants to attend.

According to Dever, only around half the people needed to make the conference happen have signed up, and they need 150 more people to sign up in the next few days, or they will have to cancel. Dever says he’s fine with canceling, but the reality is, if he were, he wouldn’t be putting out this video. If this isn’t a perfect example of the oft-repeated mantra of “get woke, go broke,” then nothing is. Watch:

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