Social Justice Warrior Turns the Resurrection Into a Race Issue

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The Evangelical social justice movement is anti-social and anything but just. It is in fact the most subversively unjust theological movement the Church has ever seen. And the people behind it will stop at nothing to advance their ideology.

Timothy Isaiah Cho is one of the most outspoken social justice warriors on social media — and that’s saying a lot. Cho’s rhetoric tops a never-ending stream of dumb social-gospel remarks that most people would find merely an annoying nuisance. Yet, somehow, a long line of social-justicians that forms somewhere near the gates of The Gospel Coalition and the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission’s headquarters line up to applaud every word he says. Much like the members of the Third Reich would stand in solidarity saluting as Adolph Hitler spoke, you’ll find the likes of Kyle Howard, Thabiti Anyabwile, and Anthony Bradley groveling at the feet of Cho.

Cho, just like Ekemini Uwan, is a graduate of Westminster seminary. He is also the editor of Faithfully Magazine and works for World Relief Southern California. I’m not sure if Westminster seminary offers a degree in social justice like Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary does, but it seems to be producing some of the world’s finest Marxists.

The social justice warriors, like any good progressive, will seize any opportunity they can to spread their poison. And Cho does just that on Easter Sunday morning. While most Christians are at church on Easter Sunday worshiping the risen Lord, Cho is turning the resurrection into a race issue asserting that denying the resurrection is a rejection of “women of color.”

Timothy Isaiah Cho Twitter Denying the bodily resurrection of Christ is a refusal to believe women of color. Confessing the bodily resurrection of Christ is treasuring the testimony of women of color. "He is risen!" says, "We believe you, women who bring us good news of Christ!" Cf. Luke 24:9-11.

While I’m sure echos of “amen, preach it!” can be heard for miles outside the doors of Kyle Howard’s home, to make the resurrection about race is actually to deny what the gospel is actually about. Seriously, of all the “women of color” who did testify to the bodily resurrection of Christ, how many of them denied it?


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This is nothing more than a prime example of the lunacy of the left-wing progressive Christian movement that’s boiling over at The Gospel Coalition and it’s many clones. They have truly exited the realm of reality and fully embraced their own insanity — and sadly, they think it’s normal.

If you were to die today, where would you go? Heaven? Hell? Not sure?




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