Woke Christianity is Not Christian, It’s a Wicked, Anti-Christ Religion


Woke Christianity is the newest movement in the evangelical Church that is causing a wave of division unseen and unmatched in the history of the Church since the Protestant Reformation. Led by outspoken “woke” social justice warriors — like Thabiti Anyabwile, Eric Mason, Jemar Tisby, Russell Moore, and Kyle Howard — this movement has spawned a completely new religion in and of itself.

The movement has hijacked the Christian Church, disguising itself as a gospel-centered movement calling for reconciliation, it has done nothing but create division. While there have always been denominational differences, the true Church has been united around the essentials of sound biblical doctrine and truth — until recently.

I appeal to you, brothers, to watch out for those who cause divisions and create obstacles contrary to the doctrine that you have been taught; avoid them.

Romans 16:17

These men named above are the embodiment of Romans 16:17. The body of Christ has stood on sound biblical doctrine and its historic creeds, yet these factious men are hell-bent on sowing discord. Their ideology is not derived from Scripture, but secular thought rooted in Marxism and Critical Theory — which is designed from its core to tear down society. They have rewritten the gospel to include works, which include atonement for the sins of ancestors through acts of reparations and the notion that it is sinful to be “white.”

Thabiti Anyabwile — who has completely slipped into the realm of heresy — says that to oppose reparations is demonic. Worse, they have hijacked the pro-life movement — a biblical movement that calls for actual biblical justice — and have turned it into a crusade for social justice.

They are not after biblical reconciliation by any means. They are willing to turn over the entire history of the orthodox Christian Church, disposing of all of the great leaders and theologians of history, and replace it with a new “woke” theology rooted in James Cone’s Black Liberation Theology.


These false teachers, wolves in sheep’s clothing, must be purged from the ranks of the Christian Church. Those who support them or promote them must also be held accountable. They cannot be welcomed in Bible-believing churches and they must be opposed by any who desire to be obedient to the Word of God.

But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be accursed.

Galatians 1:8


  1. I guess you’re scared because a day of reckoning is coming!!! There will be a day when all you homophobic, racist fucks will have to answer! See you in hell!

  2. So when these men were preaching as you pleased they were considered brothers in the faith. Now that they are calling for justice they are “wolves” . That’s shameful of you to mischaracterize these men and women without presenting any biblical evidence or exegesis to the contrary of their message. You didn’t even discuss their actual message. You just used incendiary words like hijacked, reparations and liberation theology to make your point. I have a question. Have you reached out to any of these brothers to have a discussion on their actual teaching? Your actions don’t exemplify the standards of Scripture and for that you should be cautious. They are not preaching another gospel. They are speaking out against the ills of oppression, partiality within the church, and religious hypocrisy. Not one of them would say it’s a sin to be white or that you have to pay for the sins of your ancestors, as a matter of fact most if not all of them come from a traditions and denominations that are predominately white. My final question to you is: if your black brothers and sisters in the faith are weeping because of ill treatment due to the color of their skin, then brother as a Christian why do you tell them to keep it down instead of weeping with them? That’s the Christian thing to do according to that book you quoted (Roman’s).

  3. This is the most foolish excuse for staying stuck in white supremacy that I have ever heard. God rebuke you! This is the problem. Wow! Just Wow! For every Scripture inappropriately used to condemn them, there are Scriptures to affirm their prophetic voice.

    • They are not prophetic. They are at the least misguided and at the worst, heretics. Keep listening to these wolves and then in another 200 years when Blacks are still floundering, you will realize it was YOU who was the problem. Not any white man

  4. Schisms are an essential part of Christianity and Protestantism in particular. I fail to see why this is a controversial topic. There are many Christianities to choose from. Find one to your taste and own style of confirmation bias. Every Christian sect is doing exactly the same thing.

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