As someone relatively unfamiliar with present-day evangelicalism, I took a dive into the Gospel Coalition’s website recently and was taken aback by what the organization advocates. What is most notable about the organization’s U.S. website is its conspicuous placement of items designed to allure and appease women, non-whites, and non-heterosexuals. Yes, I said non-heterosexuals. Look, this is simple marketing. It’s hard to come up with a reason to title a book review, “A Christian Case for Transgenderism?” other than to tempt readers to click on the article out of either shock and horror, or a desire to see transgenderism justified.
The hipster-style edginess of TGC is obvious in clickbaity titles such as “Which Kind of Monster are You?”, “Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Musicians?”, and “Marriage Is Built to End.” It’s as if the website’s proprietors were perpetually watching reruns of Seinfeld and Friends. Newsflash: the ’90s are over. Shock and edginess are mainstream, overdone, and passe. Which is why your critics such as the intelligent Twitter user @Woke_TGC are booming in popularity.
TGC hides its feminism and anti-white bigotry in plain sight with snarky panache. “Why Are Christian Women More Religious Than Christian Men?” asks a prominently-featured TGC article with a photo of a white man and white woman walking away from each other. In the first place, why did they pick a photo of a white couple, as opposed to a non-white couple? There’s plenty of non-white faces on their website, so why is this one of the only ones of white people? That’s simple: It illustrates their negative opinion of relations between white men and white women. To the question asked by the article (and dubiously answered within), could it be that “religiousness” is measured incorrectly? That wouldn’t occur to the cucks and ecclesiocrats at TGC. The article’s author dismissed the feminization of the church out of hand in favor of his gynocentric explanation that because a Pew study found that 9% more women read their Bibles weekly than men, therefore God meets with women more than men.
For decades (if not centuries) we’ve heard the problem is the feminization of the church—that the church’s music, messages, and ministries cater to women rather than men. But what if the problem—and solution—is more basic? What if women are more inclined to pray, attend church, and say their faith is very important to them simply because they’ve first taken the time to encounter God in his Word?
According to political correctness theory, it is “sexist” to assert that one gender is inherently superior to another. However, thanks to the exemption carved out for women, under political correctness the knife doesn’t cut both ways. It’s perfectly fine to deride men as godless louts and exalt the vaginally-privileged as literal angels.
The fact is that many men who depart from the institutional church do so because in its current state the church is blatantly antagonistic to every healthy instinct in their bodies and souls — and antagonistic to the Word of God, to boot. When the official institutions representing the Faith blame you for every social and personal evil and put you under the control of women and non-whites, guess what? It’s hard to stay engaged in those social circles or the activities that unite their members. To the evangelical churches’ everlasting shame, their anti-white and anti-male culture is driving white men away from their pews, the Bible, prayer, and the Lord Himself.
Speaking of not feeling comfortable in the church, TGC is keen on making sure that colored people never feel a pang of any discomfort, ever, anywhere. Its website features Russell Moore explaining in a convoluted way why he and all white Christians should assign blame to our ancestors for not being politically correct (but in such a finessed way as to keep his listeners coming to church and giving their money to the SBC). It features veritable pearls of wisdom from a random black “spoken word poet and hip-hop artist” as to how white churchgoers can stop themselves from thinking or acting in a way that might ruffle some black snowflake’s feathers. I mean, this stuff is straight out of the antifa playbook or 1984. These two video sermonettes might have come from a leftist, black, or other SJW website. But it’s on a site that alleges it represents the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
A Romanian believer who lived under Soviet rule attended the recent MLK50 Conference and saw it for the SJW festival it was.
As a first generation Romanian immigrant, I will not buy into this neo-marxist agenda. Been through communism when I was a child, came to America only to find its educational system is infested with communists, and now the church is being coerced into this.
— Daniel Marcu (@DannyMarcu) April 4, 2018
So did an old black pastor.
Listening to the speakers at this #MLK50Conference, I'm having a difficult time distinguishing this event from the conferences put on by Al Sharpton's National Action Network and Jesse Jackson's Operation P.U.S.H.
— Darrell B. Harrison (@D_B_Harrison) April 4, 2018
How is it possible that an organization allegedly concerned with the Gospel, as opposed to the 1920s-style social gospel that was part and parcel of theological liberalism, could dedicate so much of its time and energy to advancing the social gospel and cultural Marxism? It’s not as if it’s a one-time event. It’s a critical component of everything that TGC does. It’s part of their creed, if you will. TGC types can’t comprehend a legitimate, biblical faith that doesn’t include the feminine imperative and anti-white racism. At the MLK50 Conference, Moore unequivocally condemned his own white Southern kinfolk as sinners for not accepting black rule years ago. He conflated the Gospel with white genocide. People professing such beliefs are committed to eradicating European peoples and cultures from the face of the earth, including in the house of God. They’re throwing out thousands of years of European, American, Australian, and Boer theology and history in favor of the hordes of savages that our ancestors sometimes evangelized and sometimes defended their families from. They’re overthrowing the natural and biblical order of male rule in church, state, and home so that the sassy women in their lives will tolerate them and open their beds to them every blue moon.
In short, the Gospel Coalition really should rename itself. The Gospel of Jesus Christ takes second place to the lens of cultural Marxism through which TGC contributors interpret the Gospel. It’s not the Gospel Coalition, it’s the White Genocide Coalition.