Fake Jesus is not Lord

Jesus is conservative, period. And anyone who attempts to make the case otherwise does not know Him or understand His word. To clarify, I am not saying that Jesus is a Republican, but Jesus is conservative—he is the absolute standard of conservatism.

Jesus is not woke. Jesus does not support abortion—he is not cool with people in his church having “differing opinions” on it. Jesus does not approve of the LGBTQ movement or call on Christians to stand up for LGBTQ rights like our former Southern Baptist president, JD Greear did. Jesus is not a socialist, a communist, or a Marxist—he does not chant “Black Lives Matter.”

And Jesus does not support progressive ideologies cloaked in Christian garb, either.

from The Dissenter



4 comments on “Fake Jesus is not Lord

  1. jilldomschot says:

    I agree with the article but wonder if he’s taking Beth Moore out of context and missing her point just slightly. But I’m not the world’s living expert on Beth Moore, so I could be wrong

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    • Chado says:

      I should think Beth M. would come across as pretty weird to a believing Catholic, no?
      Or perhaps just irrelevant…

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      • jilldomschot says:

        Sure, she’s a little weird. She’s not irrelevant. She’s a bigwig Christian. Her face used to be all over the christianbook.com catalogs that came in the mail (I ordered homeschool materials from them). Now I find myself defending her because there’s something even weirder about the vitriol aimed at her when, as far as I know, her theology is mainstream Christian. What it sounds like she’s saying in that Tweet is in order to stop any positive changes from occurring in an organization like the SBC, all one has to do is paint it as liberalism. It doesn’t matter if it actually is. Just say it is and the leaders will close ranks. It’s like a code word for them to stop listening and refuse to do self-examination.

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      • Chado says:

        I have little patience for Evangelicals who want to embrace social justice lingo and social worker jargon (and I say that having been a social worker!). I really don’t know that much about Moore . . . I just liked the quote about Christ being a true conservative. She seems to be another frustrated Lib-Prog wannabee talking in the name of the church.


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