Mychal Massie on Black Liberation Theology Penetrating Evangelical Churches


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Brannon Howse: Joining me now is Pastor Michael Massie. We have breaking news tonight if it is to be believed, by Politico. They are posting on their website tonight what is said to be a draft. Likely some liberal has disseminated this draft in order to create a problem for the court and the justices. But they're reporting tonight that the initial committee majority is to pull down Roe v Wade. Again, unprecedented that Politico is reporting this tonight with someone leaking this draft. And again, this can create a lot of political problems and pressure before the decision is finalized. I've got you on to talk about something else, but you want to quickly respond to this, please, Pastor Massie?

Pastor Mychal Massie: Brannon, this is the first I'm hearing that. It's something that I would have to have more validation on than from Politico. My reflex is that it's something to engender panic and riot, to bring the elements that support abortion to the forefront, cause a significant problem ahead of a vote or ahead of consideration to muddy the waters and force the hand of the justices that are weak to not consider it being done.

Brannon Howse: Absolutely.

Pastor Mychal Massie: That's my thought. And I also take a somewhat unpopular position with the overturning of Roe. My feeling is that if Christendom were doing its job, it would not matter what the law was on the books. Because if Christendom were truly reaching people for Christ, as we are called to do what the law says would not matter. We see that with Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. We see that with Mordecai and Esther, and we go on and on and on. Overturning Roe is not my interest as such.

My interest is reaching people for Jesus Christ and having them live moral lives where the thought of murdering unborn children and now certainly born children in that I think it's 30 days or 32 days after the birth of a child it can be murdered if the mother decides that she doesn't want it. So, we're talking over a month. That's pure infanticide. Christendom needs to step up and stop sitting on the fences and fighting to overturn Roe. Christendom needs to become more proactive in reaching people for Christ and shoring up the family to do that which the Word of God compels us to do. I address Leviticus Chapter 20 specifically.

Brannon Howse: Let me switch gears quickly. In the moments remaining, we were talking earlier tonight about a controversy at a Mid-South Southern Baptist seminary where they asked Trevor Louden related to his film to leave the stage and would not allow them to show the film or the trailer part of the film. My book, Marxianity, came out in December of 2018. It's about exposing Marxism and Christianity merging. Much of this, of course, through people like James Cone and Walter Strickland's black liberation theology. In the four minutes I have remaining, tell me about the rise of this within our even mainstream evangelical churches today and your concern, please.

Pastor Mychal Massie: Well, black liberation theology is nothing more than Marxism in a different wrapping. It's intended to foment hatred and contempt for what Al Sharpton and others have called the white man's Jesus, which is blasphemous on its face. But again, Marxism being what it is, Marxism its intent is to destroy Christendom and destroy the church. Marx hated Christianity. This is to further have people of color, Americans believe that they are less than others and that the so-called white man is out to get them and do them harm, and they're using Jesus Christ to do it.

I find it interesting that one of the quotes by James Cone he's quoted as saying, "It is ironic that America, with its history of injustice to the poor, especially the black man and the Indian, prides itself on being a Christian nation." Well, that speaks to his dishonesty and hatred of truth because if it were not for people of good conscience and Christians specifically, slavery may well still be here. But certainly, the horrible treatment of segregation in the South during the Jim Crow era would still be taking place. And somehow, that goes conveniently ignored.

Also, Cone said, "In the lynching era between 1880 and 1940, white Christians lynched nearly 5,000 black men and women." That also is a lie because from 1882 to 1968, 3,446 blacks were lynched. If that's a concern, if lynching is a concern, then I would say to James Cone and those that support this terrible liberation theology, this hate sect, that they should fight against abortion because abortion is doing more to harm to the so-called nuclear black family than lynching and oppression.

Brannon Howse: Notice how you spell his name. Thank you, Dr. Massey, for being with us. We appreciate it.


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