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Unfathomable Love of Jesus Christ

Obama, Black Liberation Theology, and Christianity


“We are not so smart as He is dumb.”

So all the generations from Abraham to David are fourteen generations: and from David until the carrying away into Babylon are fourteen generations: and from the carrying away into Babylon unto Christ are fourteen generations.  Matthew 1:17 KJV

Black theology refuses to accept a God who is not identified totally with the goals of the black community. If God is not for us and against white people, then he is a murderer, and we had better kill him. The task of black theology is to kill Gods who do not belong to the black community … Black theology will accept only the love of God which participates in the destruction of the white enemy. What we need is the divine love as expressed in Black Power, which is the power of black people to destroy their oppressors here and now by any means at their disposal. Unless God is participating in this holy activity, we must reject his love.  James Cone, founder of Black Liberation Theology
  • My first brush with Black Liberation Theology was when the director of a program I was instructing attempted to cast the “blue eyed devil” out of me.  Thinking he had caught me off guard, but my knowing that “the blue eyed devil” was an Islamic aspersion regarding Anglos, I responded, “My eyes are green.  If you want to cast out the devil, then you’ll have to physically throw me out of the room.”  After subsequent research spurred by this unusual incident, I came to find out that the Blackness Movement, as Black Liberation Theology was then known, was a hodge-podge of Pentecostal Christianity, African spiritualism, and Farrakhan-inspired Islam, all centered on a persons skin color identified as “Black”.  
  • Barack Obama clearly states he was saved into the Christian faith 20 years ago.  However, closer examination proves that the church and pastor under which he was led to salvation, Trinity Church of Christ and Rev. Jeremiah Wright, maintain a paradigm of Black Liberation Theology.  The farther we delve into this questionable theology that, at its core, regards skin color as the measure of God’s justification or lack thereof, the more we can ascertain that it is not a system that would reflect foundational Christian beliefs.  It is, as I discovered back in 1990, merely a hodge-podge of spiritually sounding Black radical suppositions with no Biblical base.  In essence, Black Liberation Theology, or Blackness, is a cult, joining the Black Panthers with The Nation of Islam, using Pentecostal fervor as its excuse to deceive those Black Christians who continue the myth that all whites hate all blacks.  Like any other cult, Black Liberation Theology lies about its inner workings, and uses deception to recruit new followers.
  • If Obama was “saved” under such a theological system, he is no more a Christian than is a Mormon, for example.  Merely identifying one’s self as a Christian, going to church, and following form doesn’t qualify a person as a Christian.  Foundational to Christian salvation is the belief that Jehovah is God and that Jesus was born a Jew.  Neither Jehovah nor Jesus are Black; Cone’s initial unwarranted theology is in grave error concerning this issue. God exceeds skin color and, for all practicle intents and purposes, Jesus is Jewish, having ascended to heaven in his Jewish earth suit.
  • Why is it important to understand this aspect of Obama?  Because he represents a movement to usurp the true Christian Church, a movement that, at its base, would redistribute “white” wealth to the oppressed “black” minority, and move us into a totalitarian and revolutionary political system modeled after Stalin’s Russia; non-black Christians would be targeted for institutionalized oppression and possibly extermination. Black Liberation Theology is not about Jesus, it is about justifying a radical revolution that would overthrow the U.S. and its Constitution.  Barack Obama, having been allegedly saved and tutelaged in such a cultish church as Trinity under such a purveyor of lies as Wright, is no Christian.  There’s a reason he has not submitted his “Christian” faith beliefs to questioning by true Christian theologians; they would not stand.
  • Even in this flesh, the Bible says we are all one blood, there is effectively no race based on skin tone or national origin. (Acts 17:26)  The only race is the new race, Christians (1 Peter 2:9), the race of Jesus believers, not black, white, or any other skin tone.  Jesus believers must have a foundation faith based on Biblical pretexts and principles.  Those that don’t, who can’t align themselves with the Nicene or Apostles Creeds, such as Black Liberation Theology, Cone, Obama and Wright cannot, are not Christians.
  • Salvation is simple.  Believe that Jesus is the only begotten Son of God.  Believe he died on the cross for your sins.  Believe he descended to hell, was resurrected, and ascended to sit at the right hand of Father God.  Say a simple prayer of faith, “Jesus, I believe.  Come into my heart and be my Savior.”  The Holy Spirit will then fill you with God’s peace.  Start reading the Bible at John 1:1.  Go to a Bible believing church.  Tell others of what Jesus has done for you.

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