Southern Baptist Pastor Slips Head Up Own Ass, Wants to Destroy America

Pastor Russell Moore

Pastor Russell Moore, butthole.

by Ex-Leftist

3/31/2019

“Immigration isn’t just an issue. It’s an opportunity to see that, as important as the United States of America is, there will be a day when the United States of America will no longer exist. And on that day, the sons and daughters of God will stand before the throne of a former undocumented immigrant. Some of them are migrant workers and hotel maids now. They will be kings and queens then. They are our brothers and sisters forever.” – Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, in his article Immigration and the Gospel

Jesus was an illegal alien, so you had better start kissing some illegal alien ass! so says the globalist gospel of the modern zeitgeist, a gospel that didn’t exist until mass media coupled with corporate interests began working overtime to popularize the highly lucrative flood of illegal aliens into the United States for both profit and votes and who recently have had a flood of Christian clergy jump on the bandwagon in hopes of filling pews with more donors.

The Southern Baptist Convention is a basket case. Pastors like Russell Moore have turned being in the United States illegally into a form of idolatry that we must bow down to, regardless of how many laws are being broken, how our communities and infrastructure are stressed, how many unpaid bills are left behind, how many humans are smuggled, how many drugs are dealt, how many documents are forged, how many identities are stolen, how we’re disrespected by these people because like, Jesus and pity.

Christians who advocate this kind of crap follow a very narrow script of very limited, and out of context scriptural citations and endless reams of manipulation by invoking appeals to pity. Moore follows the script to a tee:

1.  He equates Biblical verses about a family or individuals sojourning as equivalent to millions – no, tens of millions – flooding borders like locusts for personal profit, having zero concern of how they’re harming the countries they’re flooding into and slowly destroying the social fabric of those nations. To follow, he inserts verses about Israel’s exodus from Egypt and the family of Christ temporarily fleeing Herod, thus completing the false picture that Jesus was an “illegal immigrant,” which Moore asserts repeatedly as if to wield an ideological bludgeon.

2. Moore also falsely equates the exodus of the Hebrews with modern concepts of immigration. What is described in the Bible is actually that God gave the land to the Hebrews after the sins of the Amorites provoked God into taking the land away from them (Genesis 15:16). Unless Moore wishes to assert that illegal aliens flooding our borders is a form of divine punishment, he has no argument. And indeed, the only mention of mass migration in the Bible is in fact in the form of punishment, such as in Ezekiel 25. Say to them, ‘Hear the word of the Sovereign Lord. This is what the Sovereign Lord says: Because you said ‘Aha!’ over my sanctuary when it was desecrated and over the land of Israel when it was laid waste and over the people of Judah when they went into exile, therefore I am going to give you to the people of the East as a possession. They will set up their camps and pitch their tents among you; they will eat your fruit and drink your milk. I will turn Rabbah into a pasture for camels and Ammon into a resting place for sheep. Then you will know that I am the Lord.” – Verses 3 through 5.

And again, in Deuteronomy 28:

The foreigners who reside among you will rise above you higher and higher, but you will sink lower and lower.  They will lend to you, but you will not lend to them. They will be the head, but you will be the tail.

All these curses will come on you. They will pursue you and overtake you until you are destroyed, because you did not obey the Lord your God and observe the commands and decrees he gave you.  They will be a sign and a wonder to you and your descendants forever.  Because you did not serve the Lord your God joyfully and gladly in the time of prosperity,  therefore in hunger and thirst, in nakedness and dire poverty, you will serve the enemies the Lord sends against you. He will put an iron yoke on your neck until he has destroyed you.

 The Lord will bring a nation against you from far away, from the ends of the earth, like an eagle swooping down, a nation whose language you will not understand,  a fierce-looking nation without respect for the old or pity for the young.  They will devour the young of your livestock and the crops of your land until you are destroyed. They will leave you no grain, new wine or olive oil, nor any calves of your herds or lambs of your flocks until you are ruined.  They will lay siege to all the cities throughout your land until the high fortified walls in which you trust fall down. They will besiege all the cities throughout the land the Lord your God is giving you.” – Verses 45 through 52.

That’s no love-in, folks.

In other words, the only instances of mass immigration in the Bible are by invaders. Yes, invaders. Nowhere does the Bible say to coddle invaders and roll out the red carpet for them.

Being overrun by another population is punishment, not a gift. Anyone that quotes the Old Testament in such a manner is intentionally blurring the distinction between the few and the millions. We are being overrun, make no mistake about it.

Further, the Old Testament makes it very, very clear that the inheritance the Hebrew tribes were given – the land – was given them by God, for their posterity, not to be given to or governed by tribal outsiders. This does not wash well with the pro-illegal alien crowd, so these verses are categorically ignored:

 “No inheritance in Israel is to pass from one tribe to another, for every Israelite shall keep the tribal inheritance of their ancestors.” – Numbers 36:7.

“Some time later there was an incident involving a vineyard belonging to Naboth the Jezreelite. The vineyard was in Jezreel, close to the palace of Ahab king of Samaria. Ahab said to Naboth, ‘Let me have your vineyard to use for a vegetable garden, since it is close to my palace. In exchange I will give you a better vineyard or, if you prefer, I will pay you whatever it is worth.’ But Naboth replied, ‘The Lord forbid that I should give you the inheritance of my ancestors.’” – 1 Kings 21:2-3.

“This is what the Sovereign Lord says: If the prince makes a gift from his inheritance to one of his sons, it will also belong to his descendants; it is to be their property by inheritance.  If, however, he makes a gift from his inheritance to one of his servants, the servant may keep it until the year of freedom; then it will revert to the prince. His inheritance belongs to his sons only; it is theirs. The prince must not take any of the inheritance of the people, driving them off their property. He is to give his sons their inheritance out of his own property, so that not one of my people will be separated from their property.’” – Ezekiel 46:16-18.

This was necessary to avoid the country being destroyed and handed over to invaders or large numbers of migrants. God created the nations and drew the boundaries of their habitation and expected it to be respected.

The Bible is not multicultural nor multireligious. God expects the few foreigners among the Hebrews to culturally and religiously conform (Exodus 12:48, Deuteronomy 26:11).  The Old Testament also makes it clear that God created the various nations and assigned the bounds of their habitation (Acts 17:26, Psalm 86:9, Proverbs 22:28).

The Bible also forbids foreigners from having control of the country’s government:

Choose some wise, understanding and respected men from each of your tribes, and I will set them over you.” – Deuteronomy 1:13

“When you enter the land the Lord your God is giving you and have taken possession of it and settled in it, and you say, ‘Let us set a king over us like all the nations around us,’ be sure to appoint over you a king the Lord your God chooses. He must be from among your fellow Israelites. Do not place a foreigner over you, one who is not an Israelite.” – Deuteronomy 17:14,15

 “Moses listened to his father-in-law and did everything he said.  He chose capable men from all Israel and made them leaders of the people, officials over thousands, hundreds, fifties and tens.  They served as judges for the people at all times. The difficult cases they brought to Moses, but the simple ones they decided themselves.” – Exodus 18:24-26

Again, this is necessary to preserve a country from being destroyed and handed over to invaders or migrants.

3. Moore cites vague verses about “executing justice” for the poor, the widow, the sojourner (singular), but does not give us verses that qualify his idea of that welcoming a stampede of millions of illegal migrants is the type of “justice” that we are obligated to execute, nor does he explain why personal responsibility and the 10 Commandments are oddly suspended in spite of the Bible’s many verses about moral culpability and not taking what doesn’t belong to you.

4. Moore tries to pull the white guilt manipulation card: “If our response to them is to absorb the nativism and bigotry of some elements of society around us, we are showing them a vision of what the Bible calls ‘the flesh’ rather than the Spirit. If our churches ignore the nations around us who are living in our own communities, we will reflect 1970s Bible Belt America rather than the kingdom of God which is made up of those from every tribe, tongue, nation, and language (Rev. 7:9).”

Clearly to Moore, to object to being financially taken advantage of by these bepedestalled illegal aliens is equal to be a bigoted nativist. He also assumes that the only ones who would object are white people – which is a racist assumption – and he aims his finger-wagging at them. Note here the invoking of secular progressive political catchwords – bigot and nativist – have no place in a theological discussion. This is a strong indicator that this man mixes progressive politics with faith. He is a viper. If the SBC had any sense, he’d be removed, but the SBC has no sense and has many, many more like him under their tent, wreaking havoc.

Worse yet, with all of his wokescolding, Moore’s not even consistent on this point in that he then agrees the border should be secured. Why would we secure the border when there are still tens of millions more kings and queens waiting to cross it??

5. Moore ignores whole-cloth the multiple commandments illegal aliens are breaking with a lame excuse: “It is easy to lash out at undocumented immigrants as ‘law-breakers,’ and to cite Romans 13 as reason to simply call for deportation and retribution. But this issue is far more complicated than that. Yes, undocumented immigrants are violating the law, but, first of all, most of them are doing so in order to provide a future for their families in flight from awful situations back home. Many of them are children (as our Lord Jesus was at the time of his immigration).”

This guy just brushed the 10 Commandments aside with “but.”

And what are the commandments illegal aliens break for which Moore is giving the wink-and-go-ahead? They include but aren’t necessarily limited to –

“You shall not steal.  You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his manservant, or his maidservant, or his ox, or his ass, or anything that is your neighbor’s.”

There is absolutely no excuse to chastise people who object, to tell them to ignore the Bible, to call them names, invoke racial guilt, and goad them into submissively accepting being financially exploited.

This man is a moron and a false teacher. Avoid the Southern Baptist Convention.

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