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The Powers-That-Be Who Are Pushing Social Justice Within the Church are Not Christians


Many have been sounding the alarm for a number years, if not even decades, against this push for social justice. This is not a new thing. However, the latest attempt to overtake mainstream evangelicalism is.


Several of the authors in this book (Social Injustice) have been talking about cultural Marxism & the plan to infiltrate the church for a long time, including Brannon Howse of Worldview Weekend, Thomas Littleton, Andy Woods and Mike Spaulding. They’ve called this out before the rest of the church picked up on its rise.

One of the most important things that we have to remember is that this is not originating as a theological issue, but a political one. The purpose of this social justice push goes back many decades, and we’ve seen it implemented mostly behind the scenes or, at the very least, in the secular world.


However, over the last couple of decades we’ve seen it infiltrate the church, as well. But that’s been in traditionally more liberal leaning churches with leaders such as Rick Warren, Rob Bell, Brian McLaren and Tim Keller.

The current push in traditionally conservative churches is what has taken many evangelical leaders by surprise. More than likely, this coincides with the election of Donald Trump. Remember, the powers that be who are pushing the social justice movement are not Christians.


So the purpose of this push within the evangelical movement is to put Democrats in power and strongly oppose President Donald Trump. We are watching the spillover from the secular, political world into the theological Christian world.


This article is taken from the first book that I published called Social Injustice: Exposing the False Gospel of the Social Justice Movement, co-authored with Brannon Howse, Dr Andy Woods, Pastor Ken Peters and several others. Throughout this book, each of the authors takes a look at a different aspect of the social justice movement and compares it with Scripture. Order your copy today!






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