A growing trend of Christians and Church leader social justice activists endangers Jesus’ message
In 2015, after same-sex marriage was legalized in America. A new wave of political power changed the social landscape. Far-left-liberal ideology spread all over the world.
First, Satan deceives Christians leaders into abusing grace. Priests, pastors committed pedophilia, adultery, and some suicide. Then Christians joined the bandwagon of social justice. Satan uses “guilt” to turn Christians into activists.
Liberal Christians sense the guilt, and Churches felt the need to apologize to the Black community. Ironically, Black Christians say it’s ridiculous unless “you’re racist yourself.” [Watch Candice Owens]
Satan uses “guilt” to turn Christians into activists.
Atheist countries more affected by COVID-19.
“Guilt” turns Christians into moral activists
Christian-owned Chic-Fil-A’s CEO Dan Cathy washed feet of Blacks as a sign of remorse. Christianity Today pleaded for Black reparation. How about churches apologizing for Filipino discrimination, who were also early settlers in America?
In Hollywood, music, and education, Satan no longer hides. He has used every avenue to distract people from what Jesus is calling us to do.
Social justice is not the same as Biblical justice
Professor Voddie Baucham explains ‘Social justice isn’t the same as Biblical justice.’ He warns woke Christians drawn into a new “progressive religion.”
“People outside of America think that we are the most oppressed people in the world… it sickens me… that somehow we are weak and impotent and can’t do or be anything unless white people do it for us,” said Dr. Voddie Baucham.
It digress the message of Jesus
Jesus said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life” (John 8:12). Many people are in darkness, and when He said in verse 9:5, “as long as I am in the world,” conjuncts with the Great Commission.
Jesus had a limited ministry on earth; he warns the same for Christian leaders to wisely use their opportunities. “Night is coming when no one can work” (John 9:4). Satan is diverting the attention of Christians.
Jesus commands us to love one another, and it starts by sharing the Gospel and pursuing discipleship. Christ didn’t bother with activism; it takes away time for what truly matters.
- If we want a better community, start with personal responsibility instead of collectivism.
- If your support for racial oppression is merely in social media, it means nothing.