Oh my, how are these men pastors??? How could he promote such a thing?
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Sorry for the source, but this is alarming. ... why would he keep this name?
“Anyabwile after wrestling with his faith came to reject Islam and embrace Christianity. However, even after having become a professional Christian minister, Anyabwile has kept his Black Nationalist Muslim name.”
These agenda driven churches should be independent. Not part of a denomination with a rich Reformed tradition. This is not a black/white thing in the least....
I would love more minorities and Islamic converting to the reformed Christian faith. But I would hope the conversion would include biblical priorities
This is a great comment! So you believe there’s a learned dependency going on, a dependency on some type of big brother and with civil rights the government to make things right. I’m ok with all of that. I believe intersectionality and critical theory takes things further. But if that’s where they believe it’s at, that’s fine. But the church will naturally resist such a direction. Tragically, the faithless left will be happy to take care of them ... take that how you will. I’d rather we all check what we can at the door and gather as one to worship our Lord & Savior - it’s what truly unitesI worked in the inner-city for 20 years..often the only white face in the building .. I also took some theology classes in the inner-city ...One of the things I learned was they view their church differently than their white brethren.. it was the local church that mostly ran the underground railroad, that sustained blacks after they were freed.. that fed them and housed them and met their social and "physical needs". We still see that to a great extent today where the members trust their pastor to "vet" who they vote for ... I doubt that coming to understand reformed theology will change generation thinking..