I Love America Too Much to Stay Silent

I Love America Too Much to Stay Silent

Nestride Yumga experienced real corruption and civil rights abuses in Africa. Then she came to America, the land of opportunity, education, and freedom. So when Black Lives Matter protests declared America guilty of systemic racism and injustice, she knew she had to defend her adoptive country.

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The Deeply Pessimistic Intellectual Roots of Black Lives Matter, the ‘1619 Project’ and Much Else in Woke America

I grew up in and served America in a time when we were taught respect for everyone. My mother was a Public school teacher and counselor, and taught us to be color blind; and although we were not particularly religious, it is also what Jesus taught  Matthew 22:39.

Unfortunately, that is no longer the America some intellectual elitist and others would have us live in. The following article lays out very clearly the path of destruction America is headed for. The question is what are we to do about it? – Mike

 

By John Murawski, RealClearInvestigations September 2, 2020

If much of the dire rhetoric behind America’s moment of racial reckoning seems from an oppressive world of a half-century ago, that’s because it comes from “critical race theory,” a decades-old philosophy deeply skeptical about the possibility of racial progress.

It turns up in the best-selling book, “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism,” in which readers are told that “white identity is inherently racist” and that “the white collective fundamentally hates blackness.”

Unrest in Portland, 2020: “Critical race theory” has shaped a generation of students who now hold sway in academia, the workplace, the media — and Black Lives Matter. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)

The New York Times’ historically revisionist 1619 Project, published last year and distributed to more than 3,500 K-12 classrooms, similarly instructs that “anti-black racism runs in the very DNA of this country.”

In Durham, N.C., a racial task force last month issued a 68-page report to city leaders stating that all social structures were designed to subjugate blacks, to privilege “the health of white bodies” and “to indoctrinate all students with the internalized belief that the white race is superior.”…

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Reflections on the Cancel Culture

In this 3 Part series (so far at least) Dr. Tom Nettles, uses his over 40 years experience as a historical theologian to look at the current cultural trend of the “Cancel Culture.”  He does so from a Biblical and SBC point of view, I feel pointing out the unbiblical and dangerous path this is leading the Nation and many evangelical down. – Mike


 

There is One Lawgiver: Reflections on the Cancel Culture

There is One Lawgiver: Reflections on the Cancel Culture

The suggestion has been made that we should say farewell to Jonathan Edwards in light of his having purchased a slave named Venus. A serious call also has been issued to remove memorabilia of James P. Boyce and the three men who helped found the first Southern Baptist Seminary. Those suggestions prompted a line of thought about our aptitude to dismiss the value of brothers and sisters in Christ.

It is not very easy—in fact, it is not possible—to say “farewell” to any person in the history of the world. God has created them all and each will have an eternity immediately proceeding from God’s judgment—his perfectly impartial, absolutely just judgment in which every mouth will be stopped and the whole world held guilty before God (Romans 3:19, 23). Only those who by faith have been united with Jesus Christ in his perfect righteousness culminating in his propitiatory death will be granted, by grace, eternal life. The rest will depart into eternal torment with the devil and his angels. Seeing that an eternity awaits every person in which each will be a vessel of glory either of justice and wrath or justice and grace, we cannot wish them away. Seeing that in sin there is no difference, we cannot point to others and imply by our attempt to dismiss them, “I am better than they.”…

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Part IIEdwards in the Hands of Social Justice
PART III, Removing Names: Deep Cleansing?

 

MLK, Jr. “We must NOT allow protest to DEGENERATE into physical VIOLENCE”

American Minute with Bill Federer

MLK, Jr. “We must NOT allow our creative protest to DEGENERATE into physical VIOLENCE”

“I have a dream … where little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls and walk together as sisters and brothers,”
stated Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., August 28, 1963, at the Civil Rights March in Washington, D.C.

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What Do We Do with Critical Theory?

“According to critical theory, the oppressed group automatically has moral authority, while the oppressor group does not. Someone who is a racial minority or a sexual minority of some kind is automatically a victim of oppression and has claims against oppressors and the unearned privilege that makes their life easier (and this part is critical) at the expense of their oppressed neighbors.”

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Today’s BreakPoint: What Do We Do with Critical Theory?

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Racism, White Privilege, and Christianity

JOHN STONESTREET WITH SHANE MORRIS

The question most central to defining a worldview, other than “Who is God?” and “What does it mean to be human?” is “What’s really wrong with the world?” It’s a tricky question, because there are a lot of things wrong with the world. The question is, what is the core problem that needs to be addressed in the world, the root cause of evil and human suffering, and what solution can be offered to fix it?

For example, we should want to see justice flourish and racism of all kinds come to an end, especially in light of our nation’s history and evidence that our African American neighbors are not treated equally before the law. But not everyone who talks about ending racism and creating justice means the same thing…

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Defining Social Justice & Cultural Marxism; Dr. Voddie Baucham

Cultural Marxism, Racism, Social Justice, Godless Politics, Godless Ideologies, Godless Media, Godless Universities (Seminaries and Other Schools), Etc., by Dr. Voddie Baucham

 


Related Resources:

The Bible’s Answer To Racism (The Table of Nations: Are There Many Races, or One?) by Dr. Voddie Baucham (Free MP3)

Are there many races, or just one? What role does or belief about Darwinian evolution play in our understanding of race? Is Darwinian evolution inherently racist? These are just a few of the questions addressed in this message.
Racism has a variety of root causes. However, none of these causes is more sinister than the misuse of Genesis. Not only does a proper understanding of this text disprove racist assertions made by some biblical exegetes, it also cuts straight to the heart of the Darwinian brand of racism that gave rise to such atrocities as the Holocaust. Though there are many ethnicities, this message argues that all human beings actually form a single race.

Evolution and Racism by Ken Ham (Free MP3)

Ken Ham is president of Answers in Genesis and cofounder of the 70,000-square-foot Creation Museum. This daily, 90-second audio program is also broadcast on over 500 radio stations.

 

 

News to Ponder (Various Sources)

Country Hall Of Fame Member, Charlie Daniels, Passes

 

 

 


 

The Obama Years Sowed the Seeds for the Current Societal Chaos

Lawlessness, the Murder of Our Children, and the Soul of America

Know Your Enemy: Undeniable Truths About the Left

Trump’s Last Call for the Middle Class

COVID and the CDC

The Police, Patriarchy and Feminism

Catch 45: Only Donald Trump Can Save Washington

The Gangsterization of the Democrat Party

Racism (Allegations) Run Amok

The Fallacy of Court Neutrality

Patriotism vs. Globalism in 2020: A Country Is at Stake

The Left and Borglum’s Legacy

 


 

Black Lives Matter’s Silence on a Champion of Racial Equality


 

Potential Biden VP Scrubs Shady Past From Internet

Soros’ Chilling Plan For 2020 Election Just Got a Powerful Boost

Never-Trump Lincoln Project Caught Lying About President’s July 4th Speech

Liberal Mayor Drops Bomb On Citizens Over ‘Police Brutality’

Trump Blasts Democrats, NASCAR, NFL and Fake News All In One Day


 

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Video: Sports Insider Jason Whitlock Warns NFL Owners for Caving to Play ‘Black National Anthem’ at Week 1 Games

Video: Michigan Gov Whitmer Says She Won’t Be Bullied…Threatens to “Dial Back” Reopening the State

Tucker Carlson Delivers a Barn Burner Calling Out Media and Democrats: “The reason the ruling class hates Trump is that they can’t control him”

Video: CNN’s Don Lemon Claims BLM Only Matters When It’s “Police Brutality” and Not Black on Black Crime

BREAKING REPORT: Shooting Up 205% Since Dem Mayor De Blasio Eliminates $1 Billion from NYPD


 

AP: Leftist groups demand major cuts to nation’s security and justice systems

Docs and nurses get ‘woke’ on spreading COVID-19

Bush officials back Biden, want ‘robust’ discussions again

Robert Knight: Imagining a vain thing

Town goes rogue, further expands definition of ‘family’

Hiring soared in May as mass layoffs eased

US general skeptical that bounties led to troops’ deaths


 

Obama Admin Hit With Lawsuit For Illegal Spying

Failed Mayor Blames Coronavirus For City’s Skyrocketing Violence

Surgeon Issues Warning To Anyone With ‘Normal’ Digestive Issues

President Trump’s Bailout Rescues Pelosi From Financial Ruin

Team Biden Praised Mt. Rushmore — Until Trump Visited


 

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Rushmore and the Two-Faced Left

At Nike, Uyghur Lives Don’t Matter


 

Top doctor explains why COVID reporting is not honest, reveals what the case spike is really about

‘This changes absolutely everything’: Glenn reads rediscovered ORIGINAL draft of the Declaration of Independence

VIDEO: Black Lives Matter activists — triggered by AR-15 giveaway — physically attack church members

CNN’s Lemon lectures Terry Crews over Black Lives Matter agenda, suggests not about equality of black lives

As Chicago is overtaken by violence, Mayor Lori Lightfoot blames guns and the coronavirus

CDC might stop calling COVID an ‘epidemic’ because of major drop in mortality rate

Authors of prominent study on race and police shootings ask for their study to be retracted


Conservative Freedom Network

Who Has The Most To Fear From Ghislaine Arrest

Atl. Mayor On 8 Yr Old Girl Killed

Armed Black Nationalist Group Promises Violence

Leftists Slam ‘Hamilton’ Creator

Terry Crews: ‘I Decide To Die On This Hill’


 

American Liberty Daily

NYC Councilwoman FREAKS On White Man Holding Black Child

Father Of Killed 8 Yr Old: They Say ‘BLM’, You Killed Your Own’

Biden Says He Is Going To ‘Transform The Nation’ If Elected

Confederate Battle Flag – History & Origin

Most do not know this about the Confederate Battle Flag.

CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAG: Origin, Design and Use

 

 

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From Riots to Repentance

They were the biggest gatherings, by far, but in Washington, D.C., where one reporter said it “felt as if the entire city had emptied into downtown,” the atmosphere felt different. Calmer. Despite the steady stream of crowds outside the White House, there were some signs of summer nights from simpler times. By dusk, there were ice cream trucks and little children playing on the grass. Strollers were parked outside restaurants where families were eating under umbrellas. In some places, people held hands and danced to street musicians — a far cry from the sounds of sirens and shattered glass the weekend before…

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Born-Alive Abortion Survivors: Just the Facts

On the 46th memorial of Roe v. Wade, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law the Reproductive Health Act which repealed legal protections for infants who survive abortion. The celebration of this law in New York City, followed by comments by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam which seemed to endorse infanticide has launched the question of born-alive abortion survivors into the conscience of America.

Congress and state legislatures across the country have responded to these radical positions by putting forth legislation to protect infants who survive abortion. However, Democrat politicians have blocked efforts in Congress and in state legislatures to pass the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act…

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Chinese Churches Can Reopen… If They Preach Party Doctrine

While coronavirus restrictions may be lifting for state-approved churches in China, many find themselves facing an even more dangerous situation — being told what to teach by an officially atheist authoritarian regime.

Catholic churches in the Chinese province of Zhejiang have been told by the state-affiliated Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association that Mass may resume this month provided churches preach “patriotism.” This instruction is deeply problematic. To the Chinese Communist Party, “patriotism” means pledging your loyalty to the Party, which is increasingly hostile to religion under the leadership of Chinese President Xi Jinping…

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Dr. Mohler on the Riots, the Church, and America’s Greatest Threat

Dr. Albert Mohler couldn’t have predicted when he started his book that the title would be so tragically appropriate. The storm is most certainly here — in the unrest of one man’s death and the uncertainty from 110,000 more. Most people, Dr. Mohler insists, have no idea about the deepest challenge we face. What is it — and what can we do about it? Find out in his interview on “Washington…

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Today in Church History – EXPANDED

Separation or segregation was  a result of the the curse of Babel (Gen. 11:7-9) Pentecost (Acts 2:5-11) broke down the walls of separation and brought people together through the Holy Spirit. Treating people different showing favoritism (James 2:1:13) racism is a sin against God.

Today it seems that all one has to do is disagree with someone else’s opinion to be labeled a Bigot or Racist. We we be wise to remember the bible has a much different view. It condemns all forms of bigotry and racism, by declaring 1) All are created by God (Gen 1:27) 2) All are decedent from Adam and Eve (Gen 1:28) 3) All are created equal in God’s eye (Gal 3:28) 4) Christ died for the elect (1 John 2:2) regardless of race 5) All people are equal in Heaven (Rev 7:9).

As a true believer it is our duty to oppose racism and bigotry at every level. At the same time we must never be afraid to stand up and argue for righteousness no matter what we will be labeled.  – Mike

Birmingham Blast: Why Children?

Birmingham Blast: Why Children?

It was this day, Sunday, September 15, 1963. The place was 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. The lesson for the day was, “The Love that Forgives,” based on Matthew 5:43, 44. “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I tell you: Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” A prayer was to accompany the lesson: “Dear God, we are sorry for the times we were unkind.”

The lesson would prove to be grimly appropriate. But it was never finished. At 9:22 A.M., before it could be completed, the church exploded.

Ten or fifteen sticks of dynamite planted under the back steps of the building erupted with terrific force. The explosion hurled yellow bricks through cars, shattered nearby businesses and smashed a fist of terror through the church. The rest rooms at the rear of the church absorbed the brunt of the blast. Nonetheless, the shock was sufficient to collapse the church rafters, shred pews and shatter windows. Members of this black congregation–wounded, bleeding, and blinded,–staggered into the street as rescue crews rushed to the scene. In place of hymns, screams and sobs and cries of protest filled the air.

An angry mob of blacks gathered. Black ministers called on them to pray for the men who had perpetrated this outrage. “We must have love in our hearts for these men.” But the anguish and bitterness of the moment spoke louder. The mob began to pelt rescue workers and police with stones as they dug into the rubble. Police fired over the head of the crowd to disperse them. Once again hatred prevailed.

Birmingham was no stranger to bombings. Since World War II, fifty had been directed against blacks. But none of the previous bombers had struck against churches. Or targeted children.

Today, children were missing. Fears turned to stark reality as the wreckage was peeled aside from what had been the rest room. One man uncovered the remains of his own granddaughter. Torn and mangled bodies came to light: little bodies, the bodies of four girls.

Denise McNair, Carole Robertson, Addie Mae Collins and Cynthia Wesley died. Seventeen other people were wounded. The death toll could have been much higher. Four hundred people were in the church at the time. Christ could only have grieved. He taught us to love our neighbor as ourselves, and yet the very churches built in his name were segregated and subject to mindless violence as men battled for political control of a race-crazed city. One reporter noted that Christ’s head in a stained glass window was blown off.

Klansman Robert Chambliss was convicted of his part in the crime fourteen years after the blast. Two other conspirators, Tommy Blanton and Bobby Cherry were finally brought to justice in 2001 and 2002 respectively.