One of the biggest distractions from the gospel in the Church is women — who think they’re theologians — running rampant in the Church telling the Church what they need to do. Beth Moore is one of them, but she’s just the tip of the iceberg. Rebellious women preaching, not just to men, but even to women — it’s not you’re calling. Go home.
Ekemini Uwan is one of the rising revolutionaries in this influential gaggle of rebellious women and effeminate men. Labeling herself a “public theologian” (whatever that is), while selling herself on the street corner of Big Eva (that’s the Evangelical Industrial Complex, if you didn’t already know), Uwan has incited racial division and hostility between blacks and whites in churches around the world — and has done so with the stamp of approval of progressive Evangelical outlets like The Gospel Coalition.
Uwan’s incendiary racism oozes from the open wounds of her self-inflicted anger-inspired bigotry and hatred of white people. While on stage at a recent women’s conference, she spews her venomous revulsion towards whites — causing a multitude of women to walk out of the room in disarray — as she contends that white people need to repent of their “whiteness.”
“Whiteness is wickedness,” she asserts after having already demanded that slave reparations be paid to blacks by white people in America. Uwan’s parents moved to America in the 1970s from Nigeria — Uwan has not one single ancestor in America affected by American slavery. Yet, she believes she’s entitled to reparations because of the color of her skin.
This is called racism.
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Ekemini Uwan is angry, racist, and unmarried. Let that sink in. In an article at Christianity Today, she writes,
I’ve never been in a serious relationship despite my desire to one day marry. God is teaching me to hold that desire loosely.
Perhaps if Uwan would spend less time traveling the country to practically vomit her racism in every progressive garbage can she can find, cloaking herself in the quagmire of her own racist filth, she might find that God actually desires her to marry — it’s what the Bible says. You know, be fruitful and multiply, better to marry than to burn with passion, etc.
Whether it be her racist indignation towards whites or her rebellion on stage preaching and teaching in front of Christians, one thing is for certain, Uwan is not an apostle, she’s not called to instruct the Church in anything, she’s not called to preach, and she’s not called to celibacy — she’s called to remain quiet (1 Timothy 2:12) and to submit to and learn from her husband at home (1 Corinthians 14:35).
Uwan is bringing shame and reproach upon the Church.
If you were to die today, where would you go? Heaven? Hell? Not sure?