Jesus Christ’s Apostles were arrested and killed by a democracy (a democratic form of government). The Roman Empire (like the American Empire) was a democracy that emphasized religious tolerance and fought religious intolerance.
In fact, US democracy is modeled after the Roman democracy.
The two democracies share fundamental similarities, such as religious pluralism and tolerance, which the apostles of Jesus Christ attacked in their fulfillment of the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. For the New Testament, there is only one true religion, which is Christianity, and other religions are attacked as being false religions.
St. Peter and St. Paul emphasized that Jesus Christ is the only God, and that all other religions are false religions. This offended the Roman Empire, which emphasized religious liberty and respect for all religions. Thus, the democratic government in the New Testament time arrested St. Paul and St. Peter for hate crimes against other religions in claiming that they are false religions.
Exclusivity of Christian salvation offended Roman democracy as it does American democracy.
Democracy is fundamentally opposed to the New Testament, which emphasizes that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation and that all other religions go toward Hell.
True Christians will stand against religious pluralism of democracies and stand with the New Testament and emphasize that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation.
True Christians in America wil push to make America a distinctively and overtly a Christian nation.
The Puritans in the New World did not allow other religions. American Founders did not want non-Christian religions on American soil.
Yes, God will punish churches and church members and the pastor when the church fights racism in Sunday worship services.
God is a racist who chose one race to be special over and against all other races. Racism is not sin. Therefore, God will punish churches which stand against God’s Will. Fighting racism is not what God wants the churches to do.
Fighting racism hurts Gospel work of churches. Jesus Christ never ever fought against racism during His earthly ministry and even participated in racism in His society. Racism is not sin.
Churches that go against the ministry of Jesus and fight racism stand against Jesus Christ. God wants every true church to fight homosexuality as St. Paul did from his pulpit preaching in the New Testament.
It is wrong for churches to fight racism, which is NOT sin.
Fighting racism from the Sunday pulpit angers God, and God will punish every church that fights racism in Sunday worship service.
Every church member in a church that fights against racism in Sunday worship service will be punished by God for preaching another Gospel. Racism is not sin. God is a racist. Bible never condemns racism.
Yes, God does not condemn racism. Racism is not sin. Therefore, churches that fight racism stand against the God of the Holy Bible.
God is a racist and that is why God chose one race as the Chosen People. God is a racist. Racism is not sin in the Holy Bible. Churches that fight racism are churches that submit to Satan and not to the Holy Bible. Fighting racism is NOT the mission of the church of Jesus Christ! Jesus Christ never ever condemned racism even once during His Earthly Ministry because racism is NOT sin.
It is important for you to leave the local church that fights racism, because that church is submitting to Satan and not to God. If racism were sin, then Jesus Christ would have condemned it!
It is the obligation of all churches to submit to the Holy Bible.
Yes, evangelical preachers who preach that racism is sin will go to eternal damnation in Hell, because they are standing against the Word of God. Racism is not sin, according to the Holy Bible.
Jesus refused to preach against racism, although racism was rampant in His day. In fact, Jesus participated in racism of His society by calling a Syrophonecian woman a “dog” in effect. That is the racist term that Jews used against Syrophonecians. Jesus participated in racism because racism is not sin.
“I warn everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: if anyone adds to them, God will add to him the plagues described in this book, and if anyone takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God will take away his share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book.”
Racism is not sin. If an evangelical preacher calls racism sin, then that evangelical preacher is changing what the Bible teaches. That evangelical preacher is a false teacher and will go to eternal damnation in Hell, unless he repents (turn away from his false teaching to correct teaching of the Bible).
You must leave the church where the evangelical preacher preaches that racism is sin, because he is a false teacher and is in open rebellion against the Word of God.
Christian pastors who do not condemn homosexuality from the pulpit on Sunday mornings are not good servants of Jesus Christ. Both the New Testament and the Old Testament explicitly call for exclusion of homosexuals from the assembly of the believers (excommunication, capital punishment, etc.). A true Christian pastor wil preach against homosexuals on Sunday mornings as St. Paul did in his sermons.
A Christian pastor who condemns racism from the Sunday pulpit is in the wrong. Racism is not sin, so singling out racism to target from the Sunday pulpit preaching is against God’s Will. God chose one race to be a special race, and this is clearly a racist act by any definition of racism. God is a racist. Jesus Christ explicitly called Jewish race superior to Samaritan race or Syro-Phoenician race. Jesus Christ is a racist by any definition of racism in any discipline. Jesus Christ never condemned racism during His ministry. It is important to submit to the Word of God, whether you like it or not.
Yes, it is wrong for Christian preachers to preach against racism from the Sunday pulpit because racism is not sin. God never ever condemned racism in the Old Testament or in the New Testament.
Jesus Christ never ever preached against racism during His earthly ministry, even though there was a lot of racism in His society. This is because racism is not sin. If racism were sin, then Jesus Christ would have preached against it. It is important to submit to God’s Will, however you like it or don’t like it.
God has revealed Himself and what He wants in the Word of God, which shows the Will of God. God does not want Christians to preach against racism in the House of God, because racism is not sin, according to God, as revealed in God’s Word, the Holy Bible. In other words, every preacher who preaches against racism is preaching against the Will of God as revealed in the Holy Bible. Anyone who preaches against racism is not a faithful servant of the Word of God. A good and faithful servant of Christ preaches from the Word of God, the Holy Bible.
Every Christian preacher who is a true servant of Christ must follow the Holy Bible. He must preach the Word of God, not words of the world. World condemns racism, but Jesus Christ never ever condemns racism The Holy Bible never ever condemns racism, because racism is not sin. Every true servant of Christ must submit to the revealed Will of God as found in the Holy Bible.
All of the 12 disciples of Jesus Christ were Jewish because Jesus Christ considered Jewish race as superior to other races, because God chose Israel as the Chosen Race.
Choosing one race as special is by definition racism. Jesus Christ is a racist. The Holy Bible never condemns racism, because God does not consider racism (one race being more special than others) as wrong. Can you find a single verse in the New Testament that condemns racism? You can’t because God does not consider racism (the concept of superiority of a race) as wrong.
God does not support democracy or the concept of equality of everyone. That is why the Old Testament never supported democracy, even though Greek democracy existed at the time of the Old Testament. God supported hierarchical social and political structure in the Old Testament in which people are not considered equals.
In the New Testament era, God did not support democracy which existed in the Roman Empire throughout the writing of the New Testament and the Early Church.
Jesus Christ pro-actively taught against democracy in spirit by preaching about the Kingdom of God, which is innately hierarchical (having different levels of status) in nature in the New Testament. Jesus Christ never embraced democracy or the concept of the equality of all human beings. Because preachers are human beings, they often are influenced more by “democracy” than by the Word of God (the Holy Bible) and go in the wrong direction (vis-a-vis the Holy Bible).
Holy Bible never condemns racism, but human beings often go against the Bible and try to make God something He is not. Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is wrong, if it says that racism is sin, because God does not consider racism as wrong.
Not only is it wrong to say that racism is “sin”, it is against the Word of God. Sin is what God says sin is, and not what democracy says it is. Because even so-called evangelical preachers are loving the world and trying to be like the world, the United States of America is going in the wrong direction. Such so-called evangelical preachers must repent before God, because when they stand before God in the Judgement Day, they will be punished for going against the Bible and preaching that “racism is sin”.
There is a reason why America is in such a moral mess; it is because Christian preachers go against the Holy Bible and its teaching. Preaching against racism is wrong, and that is not want God wants from His servants. Jesus Christ never preached against racism, even tough the whole society was “racist” by today’s definition, explicitly.
Jesus Christ considered the Samaritan race (“multiracial”) and other races as inferior in the New Testament. In fact, in the Christian ministry of Jesus Christ, Jesus Christ set an example for His disciples by denigrating a Syrophoenician woman as a “dog” and proclaiming that the Jewish race is superior because Jews are chosen.
Jesus Christ again upholds the racial superiority of Jews by telling a Samaritan woman (mixed racial marriage) that salvation is from the Jews and never correcting her perception of social inequality between Jews and Samaritans.
Jesus Christ never tells a Samaritan that they are equal to Jews, because Jesus Christ does not support the concept of racial equality. Jesus Christ affirmed the “racist” (considering one race as superior to others) structure to the Samaritan woman by testifying that “salvation is of the Jews” (that is, Jews are the Chosen Race, superior to all other races).
Jesus Christ was interested in supporting and sustaining the racist structure in His society and fought against any notion of equality of races, because God never considers all races as equal. Otherwise, God would never have chosen one race as the Chosen Race.
If you join a group that believes that Jews are the Chosen Race, which is a race more special than any Gentile race, then you have joined a racial supremacy group.
True Christians can join groups that believe in racial superiority of one race over other races. Thus, yes, true Christians can join the KKK or the Aryan Nation. Bible does not forbid racism or believing in racial superiority of one race over others.
Being a true Christian is believing the Holy Bible and following the Holy Bible. Opposing homosexuality is what the Holy Bible states that true Christians must do. Not being racist is not something that Jesus Christ ever taught. In fact, Jesus Christ said many racist things. Mark 7:24-28 shows that Jesus Christ treated the Syrophoenician woman in a racist way by saying that Jews are people and Syrophoenician race is like dogs. Jesus Christ being a racist and not condemning racism in the New Testament shows that racism is not sin, according to the New Testament:
24 Jesus got up and went away from there to the region of Tyre. And when He had entered a house, He wanted no one to know of it; yet He could not escape notice. 25 But after hearing of Him, a woman whose little daughter had an unclean spirit immediately came and fell at His feet. 26 Now the woman was a Gentile, of the Syrophoenician race. And she kept asking Him to cast the demon out of her daughter. 27 And He was saying to her, “Let the children be satisfied first, for it is not good to take the children’s bread and throw it to the dogs.” 28 But she answered and said to Him, “Yes, Lord, but even the dogs under the table feed on the children’s crumbs.” (Gospel of Mark, Chapter 7)