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Blm Co-founder admitted the movement is based on witchcraft

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Arc F1, Sep 16, 2020.

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  1. Arc F1

    Arc F1 Let the righteous man arise from slumber Supporter

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  2. Arc F1

    Arc F1 Let the righteous man arise from slumber Supporter

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    There should be no more support from Christians. This is a dangerous satanic movement if this woman is being truthful.
     
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  3. GoldenBoy89

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    Clearly the socialist charge wasn’t working. Better go with “they’re witches!”
     
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  4. Arc F1

    Arc F1 Let the righteous man arise from slumber Supporter

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    This is coming from them. If we can't believe what the founders say then who do we believe?
     
  5. Aryeh Jay

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    There are groups out there that have rituals with cannibalistic overtones so I’m not surprised about witchcraft becoming a topic.
     
  6. GOD Shines Forth!

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    One need only read their "statement of beliefs" page to detect the Serpent's presence. Their doctrine is demonic, clothing itself as an angel of light. Those who know God's Word easily reject BLM, AntiFa, etc. God hates slander of authority, which these groups stink of. Our Founders had great respect for authority, they did not found America with a petulant, wrathful attitude and a raised middle finger.
     
  7. RaymondG

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    Are you saying that no Christian should support the idea that black lives matter, because of the background of a leader who promotes the same idea?

    Should we also not support the idea that Jesus Saves if we find someone that believes the same, who was a murderer or satanist?
     
  8. Arc F1

    Arc F1 Let the righteous man arise from slumber Supporter

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    I would say most of the people supporting the group know nothing more about them than the name.
     
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  9. RaymondG

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    It is mind-boggling, the multitude of threads created to tell us not to support the idea that black lives could matter......not totally surprising though.
     
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  10. Hans Blaster

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    Well good news then as witchcraft isn't real. Though we should be concerned that they are delusional.
     
  11. Arc F1

    Arc F1 Let the righteous man arise from slumber Supporter

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    Big difference between the idea "black lives matter" and the founders beliefs. They started the "say their name" to invoke spirits. Can you really support a satanic group and still say that you side with Jesus?
     
  12. HARK!

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    This article speaks of the co-founder.

    Should Christians support any organization that has a positive sounding name, yet is built on nefarious policies?

    If so, by what standard do we choose?
     
  13. LaBèlla

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    Christians should love their neighbors. There should be no discrimination based on hues or persuasions. But loving my neighbor doesn't mean I'm required to support secular organizations whose ethos and behavior opposes my beliefs. They're not one in the same.

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  14. Arc F1

    Arc F1 Let the righteous man arise from slumber Supporter

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    Nobody says black lives don't matter. We are talking about the group and their beliefs. You should look farther than just the name.
     
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  15. Arc F1

    Arc F1 Let the righteous man arise from slumber Supporter

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    In today's world many give up their beliefs and side with evil because they misunderstand what it is to love someone.
     
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    I don't know Arc F1, but I didn't read that in his post at all. There is a huge difference between believing that African Americans' lives MATTER and follow the organized group that practices these things.

    I believe ALL black lives matter, including the black lady interviewed for this article.

    I do NOT support a movement that practices these unholy things.

    It's like this Raymond. Remember Fred Phelps and his Westboro Baptist Church? He preached that God hated "[bless and do not curse][bless and do not curse][bless and do not curse][bless and do not curse]" and his family protested at the funerals of military personnel holding up signs saying "We glad he's dead" and other vile things. Remember that?

    I'm not the final judge, but Fred Phelps never ONCE showed a sign of being saved or being disciple of Christ. Never! He has passed away and I'm 99% certain that he is in hell. Maybe, just maybe he had a severe mental illness and couldn't help it - but I doubt that. I think he believed every word he spoke. In my OPINION - he burst hell wide open and his family will follow him there unless they repent of the hatred they spew.

    He claimed to be a Baptist preacher. I discounted him, his family, and their teachings as ANTI-God and ANTI-Christ. I did not discount Christianity and I attend a Baptist church that has nothing to do with Rev. Phelps and his false teachings.

    If the woman in the video is telling the truth, I discount her BLM group just as I discounted Fred Phelps and his organization.

    I do NOT discount the fact that ALL African American lives matter and matter the same as all other ethnicities' lives.

    There is a distinction there and a huge one.
     
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  17. JohnDB

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    Critical Race theory is definitely not something that Christians should ever support...
    (A major pillar of the BLM)

    There is no forgiveness for being born of a particular race should be the first clue.
    The "oppressed" has an imperitive to oppress the "oppressors" regardless of merit.
     
  18. RaymondG

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    Well look at what you wrote here:

    I agree with this statement..... Most people just read the name and agree, or disagree, with the idea that Black lives matter, and dont go any deeper than that.

    Now knowing this......if I now try to get people to not support it.....I do it knowing that the only thing that they support is the idea that black lives matter....and therefore, this is the only thing I would be trying to get them to not support.

    Why would one do this?
     
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    Witch Hunt!
     
  20. RaymondG

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    We should be consistent. If the failings of a leader should encourage others to not support the whole organization no matter how good its work or intentions.....Where does that leave the church organizations?

    should we shun every church organization after finding out that a single leader did or believe something we deem wrong? Or does this only go for organizations that support the protection of the lives of a group of humans born with a darker visible organ.
     
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