Short post, quick tip. The events of Charlottesville occurred on August 12, 2017. For a rare moment, the nation’s eyes were focused on white advocacy going into a Sunday. This gave pastors an unprecedented opportunity to virtue signal, as the Charlottesville government’s enabling of Leftist thugs was spun into a story about the rise of white supremacy and Nazism.
Two things: first, most churches post sermons online. Second, if you’re looking for a church where the pastor is at least indifferent towards Cultural Marxism, one way to do this without visiting over the course of several months is to check out a bunch of local churches’ sermons from August 13th. More than likely, the pastor addressed the events, and his handling of the event can give you an estimate of the degree of his cuckedness. A pastor who ignores it, or even better, said something intelligent about it – perhaps talking about violence on “both sides” being bad, or better, condemning antifa by name – might make a good candidate for a local church where non-masochistic views on Western Civilization might at least be tolerated by default.
Sermons don’t always stay online forever, so right now is a great time to assess these things. Download the 8/13/17 sermons and see if there may be a hidden gem in your community, a pastor who preaches a pure gospel and isn’t gaslighted by media hysteria.