God Finds Guidance

As many of you are likely aware, the Southern Baptist Convention recently peeled its tongue away from the succulent boots of “minority” tribalists to gasp in horror at white tribalism. The formal expression of this recoil taking the form of a resolution condemning the alt-right and all manifestations of white (exclusively) racism.

The SBC’s public policy leader, who has urged that southern symbols should come down as muslim migration should go up, took to twitter with a fairly concise position statement.

Satanic to the core. That doesn’t seem to leave much space for reconciliation. I’m certain Dr. Moore gave the matter sufficient reflection to consider and reject a more tempered assessment of the professionals and family men of the alt-right. In this case, satanic generally up to the vascular system simply wasn’t applicable.

Which makes me wonder how such sniveling unctuous opportunists as Russell Moore manage their portfolios of ludicrous hyperbole. If something so fundamental to human existence as taking an interest in your own people’s welfare is to be soberly considered as satanic to the core, then what of Christianity’s actual proscriptions? Are adulterers, liars, and makers of graven images also satanic to the core? If so, Satan’s shadow casts long on this Earth indeed. And not the least within the SBC itself.

But questions still linger. Would satanists also be satanic to the core? If so, Moore and the baptists leave the matter strictly to presumption.

What about the millions of atheists who reject God outright? The SBC offers no resolution on their depth of satanic penetration.

What about violent, repressive antifa? Murderous black supremacists? Or unapologetically racist La Raza? No SBC resolutions.

What of the militant Islam Christianity has been at war with for however many centuries? Well there is a resolution supporting the religious freedom of muslims to colonize Christendom. So their core seems well insulated from infernal saturation.

What about the tribe that does not revere Jesus as the son of God, but mocks him as a charlatan? What is the posture of devout southern Christians toward them? Well that would be unqualified support, obviously. After all, jews are as hostile to white nations as Russell Moore. And Angola-ness is next to godliness.

Apparently only pro-whites, who comprised the totality of southern baptists two generations ago, are imbued with Lucifer’s essence. That means one of two things: either Satan’s once fearsome malevolence has become as wan and insipid as the secular-sensitive mewling that now emanates from baptist pews; or a fickle, flouncing God has reconceived his commandments so as to attract accolades from the Washington Post’s editorial board. Certainly neither entity wields nearly the influence over southern baptists as their mortal critics.

One of those critics carried a great deal of cultural heft into the debate. A southern pastor, with the venerable antebellum name of Thabiti Anyabwile, fiercely excoriated his devil-marinated peers for their failure to denounce white (exclusively) racism on the first anti-alt-right ballot. This resolution was plainly laid as a submit or I scream racist mine by another black pastor. It was initially shelved by the committee as even the most myopic baptists could see the resolution would ultimately be used to damn all white conservatives. But Thabiti would have no part of such shameful half-toadying. It was time for tongues to return to boots. Said Pastor Anyabwile:

Any “church” that cannot denounce white supremacy without hesitancy and equivocation is a dead, Jesus denying assembly. No 2 ways about it.

And with that bolt of thunderous hypocrisy, the bladders of cuck multitudes emptied onto their shoes…

In an emergency late-night call, the participants of the convention returned to the assembly hall and Steve Gaines, the president of the Southern Baptist Convention, won approval to consider a new resolution on the topic Wednesday. After the convention voted yes to the new resolution condemning white supremacy and the “alt-right,” the assembly hall burst into a standing ovation from the 5,000 participants. 

Duke (the man who tabled the initial resolution) on Wednesday apologized personally to McKissic for the way the resolution was handled. He also made a general statement apologizing “for the pain and confusion that we created” and explaining that the committee was concerned that the resolution was giving the appearance they were hating their enemies.

No, Mr. Duke, the committee was actually concerned it was giving the appearance of not hating themselves. And that is what the resolution’s passage was ultimately intended to correct. I’m sure southern baptists can now count on glowing coverage in the future from the media’s apparatchiks. I mean they’ll still call you snaggle-toothed fundie hilljacks who conceal their bigotry rather than flaunt it. But that’s got to feel better than being called racists outright.

Though as you watch roaches and spiders take up residence in the pews where human posteriors used to perch, I wonder how many of you will ask yourselves why. Why families decreasingly choose church to absorb an hour of cultural cringing and constantly evolving liberal tropes, when those can be acquired with no effort at all from every other social institution. Madow and Salon offer a similar sermon, and both can be received while kneeling.

I suppose the only functional difference these days between the southern baptists and antifa is whether one is inclined to pray or fight for a third-world future. As for God’s thoughts on the matter–he’ll come around to the Post’s editorial position eventually.

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16 thoughts on “God Finds Guidance

  1. What is the sickness that leads elected church and public officials to continually go down this path of obsequiousness to leftist shibboleths? The rank and file of churches and the Republicans seem to in no way share these positions, yet our numbers and $ are consistently used in support of positions opposed to our interests. Getting elected to anything on the right must trigger a mutation of the gene sequence that encourages self abnegation.

    • This very sickness is one of the reasons I am not religious and despise organized religion. You don’t need to believe in some kind of magical sky fairy to be a moral man and raise a family. These institutions are no longer paragons of virtue their adherants claim them to be. They have gone from a last bastion of conserving white American heritage and are now a cudgel to be used against it. I didn’t think any religious institution could be worse about this than the catholic church, but looked like I may have been wrong.

      The last time I went to a church was for the baptism of a relatives child. REALLY didn’t want to sit through the mass, but it was either that or miss the baptism and I didn’t want to be an asshole, so I went. It was appalling. This was during the age of Obama, and when the african migrant shit was just starting to heat up. I left the church shaking my head in wonderment, unsure of what the purpose of if the purpose of this church was to worship this god/jesus person, or the state. Half the worshiping the state portion of the service seemed to be praising the useless cops for some form of nonsense or another, I guess they had done a really good job drawing chalk outlines around bodies or something. It blows my mind so many people in my family still listen to that shit. They also refuse to speak negatively about the fucking communist they now have as Pope. Its bizarre. All of these churches are now actively undermining them and their way of life, but they still show up and dutifully prostrate themselves every sunday. They give money to these churches too, who then use it to further undermine them, and combine that donation money with money from the government(which, I should add, also comes from them…) to import some more african squatters. Just wait until they start allowing their priests to gay marry, and reverse their position on abortions. My inlaws will probably fall in line with that too. After all, the Pope is infallible.

      And to think, I was in a good mood before I read this post and typed this response.

    • Because the upper echelons of all denominations have been completely taken over by Progressive Globalists advancing Globalism and Universalism (i.e. Marxism). That is not hyperbole. Check out Church World Service, the bios of denomination leaders, the mission statements and courses in seminaries, the behind-the-scenes new translation of the Bible (it’s coming), the normalization of homosexuality, feminism, turning the Gospel of John upside down, etc., etc., etc.

      It is the post-Vatican II (I know that’s RC, but all denominations underwent similar changes) Church that is Satanic to the core.

    • They live in terror of Jews waving Martin Luther’s certain pamphlet in front of them while stripping their congregations of every penny and converting their churches into payday loan centers and factories producing oxycontin.

      This is about sucking up to Jews.

  2. The traitors and cucks are a thousand times more loathsome than even their vile pets. This particular form of twisted insanity can’t vanish from the Earth fast enough — it’s quite depressing.

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  4. ” If something so fundamental to human existence as taking an interest in your own people’s welfare is to be soberly considered as satanic to the core…”

    Hmmm. I’m pretty sure the biblical God has been known to take an interest in His chosen people. So I guess

    But you are A CHOSEN RACE, A royal PRIESTHOOD, A HOLY NATION, A PEOPLE FOR God’s OWN POSSESSION, so that you may proclaim the excellencies of Him who has called you out of darkness into His marvelous light;

    Clearly Satanic to the core.

    The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree either:

    And a Canaanite woman from that region came to Him, crying out, “Lord, Son of David, have mercy on me! My daughter is miserably possessed by a demon.”
    23But Jesus did not answer a word. So His disciples came and urged Him, “Send her away, for she keeps crying out after us.”
    24He answered, “I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.”
    25The woman came and knelt before him. “Lord, help me!” she said.
    26But Jesus replied, “It is not right to take the children’s bread and toss it to the dogs.”

    Mind you. Jesus was a bit softer than his old dad:

    27“Yes, Lord,” she said, “even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their master’s table.”
    28“O woman,” Jesus answered, “your faith is great! Let it be done for you as you desire.” And her daughter was healed from that very hour.

    So, in conclusion, God is now Satanic to the core, and Jesus is just Satanic up to the vascular system.

    Glad we cleared that one up reverend.

  5. I see no hypocrisy with the SBC’s stance against the alternative right. They’re simply extrapolating what they think Saint Marx himself would say and want which isn’t all that different from what any of the others Jews in “our” holy book wanted for us; capitulation, surrender, self sacrifice and death. After all, if you follow their program you’ll be granted life eternal and a bridge in Brooklyn on the cheap. What a bargain!

  6. Here is a statement clearly and philosophically laid down which we can only content ourselves with flatly denying: “The fifth rule of our Lord is that we should take special pains to cultivate the same kind of regard for people of foreign countries, and for those generally who do not belong to us, or even have an antipathy to us, which we already entertain towards our own people, and those who are in sympathy with us.” I should very much like to know where in the whole of the New Testament the author finds this violent, unnatural, and immoral proposition. Christ did not have the same kind of regard for one person as for another. We are specifically told that there were certain persons whom He specially loved. It is most improbable that He thought of other nations as He thought of His own. The sight of His national city moved Him to tears, and the highest compliment He paid was, ” Behold an Israelite indeed.” The author has simply confused two entirely distinct things. Christ commanded us to have love for all men, but even if we had equal love for all men, to speak of having the same love for all men is merely bewildering nonsense. If we love a man at all, the impression he produces on us must be vitally different to the impression produced by another man whom we love. To speak of having the same kind of regard for both is about as sensible as asking a man whether he prefers chrysanthemums or billiards. Christ did not love humanity; He never said He loved humanity; He loved men. Neither He nor anyone else can love humanity; it is like loving a gigantic centipede. And the reason that the Tolstoians can even endure to think of an equally distributed affection is that their love of humanity is a logical love, a love into which they are coerced by their own theories, a love which would be an insult to a tom-cat.

    G.K. Chesterton

  7. I wonder if infiltrating religious institutions is a communist tactic? The former Catholic church could not be reached for comment.

  8. Pastor Anyaborigini: “Ooga booga, ooga booga, ooga Booga muh dik. No 2 ways about it.”
    So many problems in Western life can be solved with a swift “**** you, ******.” Most people today don’t realize the effectiveness, wisdom, and finality of this phrase; but if embraced by the right leader, I believe it has the potential to supplant the Gadsden flag and motto on bumper stickers of whatever vehicles our posterity will be flying to work two centuries from now.

  9. Really a brilliant piece. It’s a strange kind of cowardice or maybe extreme short-sightedness to debase yourself and your own culture to glean a sneering, ephemeral tolerance from the mob.

    The Catholic Church put itself in a vulnerable position with mismanagement of pedophiles. Oddly, decades passed without repercussions.
    A sea change occurred in 2012 with the case of Shawn Ratigan–a priest who was convicted of taking pornographic pictures of young children and sentenced to 50, yes 50 years.
    Bishop Finn became the first American bishop to be found guilty of failure to report an accusation of child abuse ( in relation to the Ratigan case)

    Around the same time, my own Catholic Church became quite focused on refugees–accepting, sponsoring and promoting. Every Sunday, out of all the causes in the world, praying for refugees became the greatest good.

  10. One of the items I didn’t mention is the increasingly common use of foreign children as Christian proving tactic. I read multiple twitter threads featuring dozens of church-cucks who smugly posted photos of their multiple african/asian/amerindian ornaments as if they were some kind of living vestments validating the parents’ benevolent bonafides. The direct implication being that christians who reproduce themselves are less in god’s eyes (and possibly even satanic alt-righters) for having not taken to bosom the humanity he carelessly discarded into the third-world.

    The intense maladaptivity of such malign theology can’t be overstated. The Shakers thought god wanted men and women kept separate. Maybe they were right, but there are no more Shakers to argue the point.

  11. It’s hard to lend credulity to such criticism, when it comes from people that have literally rewritten their bible to conform with their anti-christian, anti-white, SJW ‘core values.’ I doubt they can be saved, Many of these people will gleefully debase and genocide themselves into extinction, and it may be that the sooner they are gone, the better.

    The gender-inclusive, totally non-discriminatory, heavily-edited, peer-group-approved, text – loosely based on something roughly resembling the Word of God:

    https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/06/southern-baptists-embrace-gender-inclusive-language-in-the-bible/529935/

    I have long noted that people, like Russel Moore, accuse us of doing whatever it is that they are actively engaging in. This still seems to hold true, here.

  12. They might as well ditch the whole Gospel of John while they’re at it. It expresses such a pessimistic and negative attitude toward mutual tolerance and peaceful coexistence:

    “If the world hate you, know ye, that it hath hated me before you. If you had been of the world, the world would love its own: but because you are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you. Remember my word that I said to you: The servant is not greater than his master. If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you…”

    Surely they asked themselves, “Do we really want a Church whose leaders can’t have friendly, respectful prayer breakfasts with the likes of Farrakhan and Pelosi?” Sophisticated modern theologians know that tepidly positive headlines in the NYT can do far more to save souls than divisively preaching from the Gospels (which, now that they think of it, kinda sound a little anti-Semitic in a few places).

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