Southeastern Seminary is “woke.” Danny Akin, its president, is “woke.” The Southern Baptist Convention — well, it’s “woke.” “Woke” is all the rage these days and if you’re not “woke,” you’re not with it.
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) has an “Office of Kingdom Diversity” — a program that hosts events such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X read-ins. It exists to promote liberal ideology such as “white privilege,” “white guilt,” and a general indignation toward a predominantly white society and its culture. In other words, it exists to teach seminarians that to be white is shameful and “whiteness” must be eradicated.
The whole idea of “whiteness” the inherent guilt upon which atonement must be made has made its way throughout the entire spectrum of Evangelical-dom. Matt Chandler,
Eric Mason, another close friend an ally of Matt Chandler has taken his “
Jemar Tisby is another exceptionally outspoken proponent of “white guilt” theology and has called on white people to atone for the generational sin of racism by various methods including monetary reparations and affirmative action. It is a cycle upon which satisfaction will never be met.
In a recent Kingdom Diversity podcast, Jason Cook and Courtlandt Perkins discussed “the challenges and joys of pastoral ministry In a multiethnic church and shares if pursuing multiethnic ministry is worth it.” The main crux of the entire podcast was
Southeastern has gone completely off the rails with their “woke” theology. The fact that the color of one’s skin should be the determining factor of one’s qualification to lead a congregation says much more about the people pushing that ideology than it does the rest of us. The hatred toward people because of skin-color is much more prevalent on the “woke” side than it is the “non-woke.” The sad thing is, the vast majority of these people are in so deep that it is unlikely they will ever see the vast hypocrisy of their own position.
If you were to die today, where would you go? Heaven? Hell? Not sure?