One of the top tenets of Protestant churches is the sufficiency of Scripture. That is, only the Bible is binding, properly interpreted, not authorities in the church. Protestants used to fear Catholic immigration because it was thought that the authority structure of that church would undermine American democracy.
Cuck-Christian Russell Moore, however, is lately going way beyond any Pope in seeking to bind the consciences of Christians with his constant attacks on Donald Trump, including this latest denouncing the Donald’s very reasonable, and completely legal, proposal to cut off Muslim immigration. Writing for the likes of the anti-Christ New York Times and Washington Post, Moore is shilling for the globalists while being underwritten by the tithes of Southern Baptists, and when that paycheck’s not enough, the likes of George Soros. Moore is also leading the charge for the eventual acceptance of sodomy by the Southern Baptist Convention. Trump, whom Moore loves to hate, is the only public person I’ve heard use the word “sodomize” over and over again in public speeches – in describing an attack by an illegal alien on an American woman. Trump, whose true religious convictions are at best unknown, has more biblical courage than all of Mohler and Moore’s cuck-cult combined.
Moore is a sick puppy, to use a Trumpism. Any Southern Baptist ought to be demanding that his church cease any donations to SBC programs until Moore is fired. Someone should start a petition demanding Moore’s ouster.
The SBC, and other evangelical churches, are dying because they alienate men, who are the natural spiritual leaders of families. We Calvinists sometimes speculate on the “natives in deepest Africa” and what sort of extraordinary means of salvation God may offer, in His mercy, to those in such a situation who have never heard the gospel. The church today, with its cucking on race, feminism, and immigration, demands that the saving grace of Christ comes attached at the hip with a sick suicide cult of namby-pamby feminized “leaders” like Moore and Mohler. Does this even qualify as a gospel, when any sane person must reject the suicidal package offered by the modern church? Dabney said as much when examining the sick displays of Finneyism – his point being that any reasonable person would reject such a ridiculous practice of religion out of hand, meaning the very best people would be alienated from Christianity.
We can only hope that there is some measure of extraordinary grace at work today, for the reasonable unbeliever, the disproportionately non-religious conservative white who supports Trump, cannot but look at the church and gag. I have come to the conclusion that just as the political establishment must be destroyed by an outsider like Trump, so must the Christian religious establishment. We await the charismatic and forceful advocate of traditional Christianity who will drive the cucks out of the pulpits.