Let’s just get one thing clear here, everyone:
Most modern Evangelicals are not Christians in any sense of the word.
They are heretics who took the faith of our ancestors and warped it into a modernist and materialistic mockery of what it once was.
They (mostly Boomers and Greatest Generation) took the teachings of Christ, added weird annotations to His words, substituted feel-good music and sugar-coated ideas of salvation for the old doctrines that taught repentance, true faith, and self-discipline, and mixed in a nice little bit of Jew-fed egalitarianism and Marxism for good measure.
What is now left is hardly even worth any White person’s time.
A group of prominent evangelical Christians are calling on President Donald Trump to take further steps to condemn white supremacists — specifically those in the alt-right — following the August white nationalist demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left one woman dead.
A letter that has been circulating privately among a coalition of pastors notes Trump’s efforts to denounce the white supremacists, but urges the President to go further in condemning the alt-right “by name.”
“This movement has escaped your disapproval,” the letter, obtained exclusively by CNN, reads. “We believe it is important for this movement to be addressed, for at its core it is a white identity movement and the majority of its members are white nationalists or white supremacists. This movement gained public prominence during your candidacy for President of the United States. Supporters of the movement have claimed that you share their vision for our country. These same supporters have sought to use the political and cultural concerns of people of goodwill for their prejudiced political agendas. It concerned many of us when three people associated with the alt-right movement were given jobs in the White House.”
Initial signers of the letter include Southern Baptist Convention President Rev. Steve Gaines, former SBC President Rev. Fred Luter and the Rev. T.D. Jakes, a mentor of Trump’s top spiritual adviser, Rev. Paula White. One member of Trump’s informal Evangelical Advisory Board, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, also signed the letter.
The White House did not immediately return a request for comment.
Just for the lulz, I’m going to provide the entire text of the letter – try to stay in a humorous frame of mind as you read, for it’s so cucked it should make you gag.
It’s going to be one of those ironic moments in history when our youth rebel against this sort of stifling Establishment religion just like their Boomer grandparents did back in the day.
The only difference will be that the children of today will turn to the very same philosophy that their predecessors abandoned in favor of suicidal equality gibberish.
Isn’t it funny how these things work sometimes?