Thabiti Anyabwile Wants Foreign Nations to Hack United States Elections and Commit Voter Fraud — Pulpit & Pen

In a recent outburst on Twitter, Southern Baptist pastor and race-baiter, Thabiti Anyabwile, suggests he’d be in favor of enlisting foreign nations to commit voter fraud, as he states,

If I were the head of state for an American ally, I would be working to convince other American allies to work together to hack the next election to choose for the US a normal president so we could return things to normal. The world can’t afford more of this.

Thabiti Anyabwile Wants Foreign Nations to Hack United States Elections and Commit Voter Fraud — Pulpit & Pen

9 thoughts on “Thabiti Anyabwile Wants Foreign Nations to Hack United States Elections and Commit Voter Fraud — Pulpit & Pen

      1. Truth2Freedom Post author

        “In 1988, a native North Carolinian named Ron Burns was a freshman in college. It was then that Burns first encountered members of the Muslim faith. Shortly thereafter, he converted to Islam. Burns grew up in a nominally Christian home as the youngest of eight children born to a mother who never married. He was the only child of his mother and his father. When he was thirteen years old, his father left his family; Burns did not have much of relationship with his father after that. Like so many youths who grow up fatherless in broken homes, Burns became an angry man. He began reading the literature of ’60s radicals, which was given to him by a high school teacher. According to Burns, this was like “giving fire to a pyromaniac.” Burns was drawn to Islam by what he has called “black nationalist ideology.” He resolved to commit to “black nationalist causes, the building of black businesses, the development of black communities.” Part of this commitment was changing his name to the very African-sounding “Thabiti Anyabwile” which is a combination of a Swahili term for “a true man and upright” and an Arabic term that means “God has set me free.” After college Thabiti Anyabwile got married and took a job as a community organizer at a non-profit. He was a respected man at work and in his community but something wasn’t right with his life…Islam. Anyabwile after wrestling with his faith came to reject Islam and embrace Christianity. However, even after having become a professional Christian minister, Anyabwile has kept his Black Nationalist Muslim name. Thabiti Anyabwile markets himself as a something of an expert in the black community and the African American church, going as to author a book entitled The Decline of African American Theology: From Biblical Faith to Cultural Captivity. Perhaps this is why he has kept his “blacker” name. Yet, Thabiti Anyabwile is no more Muslim or African than Farooq Asaad. Christianity is a religion that is supposed to overcome all ethnic barriers, making its adherents one nation in God’s church. Yet, Ron Burns of the American South (a Christian pastor) seems to still strongly identify with black nationalism and a radical social justice ideal.

        Ron Burns is currently the Pastor of Anacostia River Church in Washington, DC. In his professional capacity as a minister, he has been a strong advocate of the racial reconciliation movement pushed by the Ethics and Religious Liberties Commission (ERLC). Burns, sounding more like a liberation theologian than an orthodox Chrisitan, has spoken of Police officers as our enemies. He was included in a panel of other black social justice advocates, most of whom openly reject Christ, as co-belligerents in the black social justice agenda. In an article he wrote at The Gospel Coalition, he said the following, …” Read more:

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