Prominent Southern Baptist Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile, who changed his name from Ron Burns to identify with the Nation of Islam black nationalist movement, demonstrated in a recent tweet, that not even militant atheists such as the late Christopher Hitchens are off limits when it comes to gaining allies for his political agenda.
I did not think I would ever agree with Christopher Hitchens about anything. So I’m stunned to say that this, imo, is a very good, brief (10 min, so clearly not exhaustive) comment in favor of reparations with which I agree…
In the tweet, issued 9:38 PM – 3 Jan 2019 we see the following:
The argument the prominent late atheist makes can be seen in the following video. However, it should be needless to say that since Anyabwile claims a biblical worldview, where does he see common ground in this ideology (2 Corinthians 6:15)?
Editor’s Note: Pulpit & Pen has been warning about the repercussions and the end goal of the “racial reconciliation” movement for several years now (see here). The major proponents of this movement are not after true, biblical reconciliation. They are after entitlements.