As Expected, Baptists Second Vote Condemns “White Supremacy”

As reported here yesterday, the Southern Baptists refused to consider a resolution condemning the alt-right, a resolution promoted by a black pastor, the Rev. Dwight McKissic.

As also reported, the evangelical group was expected to take up the issue again after the liberal media pressured them to do so. It was presented by the press as a case of evil whitey oppressing a po ol’ Nigra.

Let’s see what the Southern Baptists passed.

Excerpt from HuffPo

The final resolution, unambiguously titled “On The Anti-Gospel Of Alt-Right White Supremacy,” finally went to the floor for a vote on Wednesday and passed.

The resolution condemned “every form of racism, including alt-right white supremacy, as antithetical to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” It didn’t mention the curse of Ham, which Duke said would be “redundant.”

McKissic said he was satisfied with the final resolution and hoped it would be a stepping stone for further action on racial justice. But he added that “until the convention repents the curse of Ham by name,” the denomination will continue to be haunted by its racist past.

“The damage was done by taking three votes on something that was a no-brainer,” McKissic said. “What’s the reason they couldn’t so readily say that white supremacy is wrong and the alt-right is evil? Many of us are asking that question.”

Click on the “continue reading” button to see the resolution and to read my brief commentary.


On The Anti-Gospel Of Alt-Right White Supremacy
Phoenix, AZ – 2017

WHEREAS, Scripture teaches, “From one man [God] has made every nationality to live over the whole earth and has determined their appointed times and the boundaries of where they live” (Acts 17:26); and

WHEREAS, The Psalmist proclaimed, “The earth and everything in it, the world and its inhabitants, belong to the Lord” (Psalm 24:1); and

WHEREAS, The Apostle Peter said, “God doesn’t show favoritism, but in every nation the person who fears Him and does what is right is acceptable to Him” (Acts 10:34–35); and

WHEREAS, Our justification before God is based on faith in Christ Jesus alone and not in our ethnicity (Galatians 3:27–28); and

WHEREAS, Scripture proclaims that Jesus is purchasing by His blood believers “from every tribe and language and people and nation” (Revelation 5:9); and

WHEREAS, Throughout eternity we will gather with a “multitude from every nation, tribe, people, and language” in worship of our risen Savior (Revelation 7:9); and

WHEREAS, The Baptist Faith and Message conveys that all Christians are obligated to make the will of Christ supreme in their own lives and in human society, opposing all forms of racism, selfishness, and vice, and bringing government and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of righteousness, truth, and brotherly love; and

WHEREAS, We know from our Southern Baptist history the effects of the horrific sins of racism and hatred; and

WHEREAS, In 1995, the Southern Baptist Convention repudiated “historic acts of evil, such as slavery,” committed “to eradicate racism in all its forms from Southern Baptist life and ministry,” and “genuinely repent[ed] of racism of which we have been guilty, whether consciously or unconsciously”; and

WHEREAS, In recent years the Convention has nominated and elected individuals from a variety of ethnicities, including electing our first African-American president in 2012; and

WHEREAS, In recent resolutions the Southern Baptist Convention called on “all Christian men and women to pray and labor for the day when our Lord will set all things right and racial prejudice and injustice will be no more” (2014); expressed continued grief “over the presence of racism and the recent escalation of racial tension in our nation” (2015); and urged fellow Christians to discontinue using the Confederate battle flag, acknowledging that it is “used by some and perceived by many as a symbol of hatred, bigotry, and racism, offending millions of people” (2016); and

WHEREAS, More than 20 percent (nearly eleven thousand) of our cooperating Southern Baptist congregations identify as predominately non-Anglo and for the last three years more than 50 percent of Southern Baptist new church plants have been predominately non-Anglo; and

WHEREAS, B&H Academic recently published Removing the Stain of Racism from the Southern Baptist Convention, highlighting our continuing need to root out vestiges of racism from our own hearts as Southern Baptists; and

WHEREAS, Racism and white supremacy are, sadly, not extinct but present all over the world in various white supremacist movements, sometimes known as “white nationalism” or “alt-right”; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, That the messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention, meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, June 13–14, 2017, decry every form of racism, including alt-right white supremacy, as antithetical to the Gospel of Jesus Christ; and be it further

RESOLVED, That we denounce and repudiate white supremacy and every form of racial and ethnic hatred as a scheme of the devil intended to bring suffering and division to our society; and be it further

RESOLVED, That we acknowledge that we still must make progress in rooting out any remaining forms of intentional or unintentional racism in our midst; and be it further

RESOLVED, That we earnestly pray, both for those who advocate racist ideologies and those who are thereby deceived, that they may see their error through the light of the Gospel, repent of these hatreds, and come to know the peace and love of Christ through redeemed fellowship in the Kingdom of God, which is established from every nation, tribe, people, and language.

Notice that the racism associated with Black Lives Matter was not condemned by the Baptists. There’s something wrong with a group of predominantly white people who cannot or will not see that hatred based on race and ethnicity is not unique to European-Americans.

Futhermore, this resolution would deny European-Americans the right to their own communities, while it clearly encourages nonwhites to have their communities.

This resolution, if you think about it, promotes white genocide. If not the actual murder of whites, then certainly the murder of white culture.

According to this document, the very existence of the girl below is racist.

And recognition of the sanctity of European-American lives is racist too.

If I were a member I would be leaving the Baptist church.

11 thoughts on “As Expected, Baptists Second Vote Condemns “White Supremacy”

  1. Disgusting. I guess that’s another church that’s totally converged. Let’s see how that affects their membership numbers!

    • It already has:

      “WHEREAS, More than 20 percent (nearly eleven thousand) of our cooperating Southern Baptist congregations identify as predominately non-Anglo and for the last three years more than 50 percent of Southern Baptist new church plants have been predominately non-Anglo…”

      Now, if you meant, let’s see how many whites will leave, affecting their membership, got it!

      • One of the big lies propagated by liberals is that “inclusion” is needed for church growth. How’s that worked out for the old mainline Protestant denominations? Their numbers have tanked. In fact the SBC was a big beneficiary of that consetative “flight “. Now that they’re converged, their numbers will tank also. And no, their ranks won’t be filled by new converts from the turd world. Ask the Republicuck Party how’s that worked for them!

  2. I just tried to google what racism means a bit, in the dictionary: the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races.

    Umm. How is that racism? And not realism? I guess even liberals or anyone else is racist when they think that blacks are better at sports and have a bigger penis, or that asians are smarter and have small penises. Every liberal has said that or endorsed it. But if you say that whites are smarter than niggers? Or muzzies? BOO RACISM! Fucking retarded.
    They also don’t have a problem being racist towards different types of dogs. Since it’s the exact same thing, some species are smarter than others.
    This racism thing is so stupid.

    • Hi Just Here. Admit to being a Racialist. That will stop them. Jews hate the word almost as much as “Jew Supremacy”… racialists accept differences but do not hate anybody just for these differences. That is what racists do.

      • Well actually, it’s in the dictionary that even if you acknowledge differences it’s racist. Maybe it changed in the recent years. So a racialist implies being a racist.

        Though i do agree that if you like your own race, it doesn’t mean you hate others. It just means you respect your differences and want to keep it that way. What’s wrong with that? I don’t understand what’s the problem.

        I mean, i do understand the white genocide part. What i don’t understand is why normies and sheeple see it as such a bad thing. Hitler was a white supremacist, well ok. Aren’t americans supremacists too when they say it’s the best country in the world or that they’re the best? How is that any different? And don’t they actually hate differences and diversity by imposing their values, through force or the media, on other countries? Worse than Hitler imo.

  3. I am pretty sure that Baptists, like Calvinists, believe that wealth on earth is a darn good thing and a sign that a person is blessed. Many Christians take the opposite tack that a camel cannot pass through the Eye of the Needle nor can a rich man go to Heaven.

    “McKissic said. “What’s the reason they couldn’t so readily say that white supremacy is wrong and the alt-right is evil? Many of us are asking that question.””

    I hate “white supremacy” with a passion. Most of those that use this term are Jews who hate whites. I do not want any responsibility for all the teeming coloured people in the world, let them look after themselves. I want white separatism and no more aid of any kind for tinted people. Trade only. No trade – no bucks and no food or medicine.

    What evidence is there that the alt-right is evil? Does this mean that Communism and Antifa are both good? Was Lenin good and Trotsky good? Surely they were evil. Lefties and Jews cheered when Trump bombed Syria – were they not evil? The alt-right was overwhelmingly against this attack.

    Having said this who defined the alt right anyway? The (((same shits))) that called Pat Buchanan a paleo conservative. Has anyone ever heard of a Paleo leftist or Paleo Communist? The (((media))) controls the words used and they control the narrative. These Baptists are obviously a bunch of turds in tune with the Jew World Order.

  4. Written as though only white people engage in those activities and the po’ old negro is ever the perpetual victim. I can’t accept Baptist doctrine to begin with and after this drivel certainly reject it.

  5. Their “Whereases” are in opposition to their “Resolveds.”

    WHEREAS, Scripture teaches, “From one man [God] has made every nationality to live over the whole earth and has determined their appointed times and the boundaries of where they live” (Acts 17:26);

    God “has determined every nationality all over the earth and the boundaries where they live.” If He wanted them to mingle, He wouldn’t have created nations, different languages and boundaries. He told those living there they must stay there.

    We shouldn’t take this decision by SBC lightly. Hatred against Whites is escalating at a rapid pace.

    • That’s a great verse to show that God foresaw the different ethnos living in different areas of the planet.

      The leaders of the SBC must be of the more “emergent” type churches since they weren’t using the King James Bible with that verse but a more “modern” version.

      “And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation…” (Acts 17:26 KJV)

      The sentiment is the same but “old timers”/Baptists are usually strict re KJV vs. modern versions.

      God was smart enough to realize that different cultures clash. I’m sure that’s why, when he interfered in the building of the Tower of Babel & confused their languages, He FORCED them to SEPARATE & SPREAD OUT across the earth, which was His original command to Adam which Nimrod & his hordes were not obeying in the years after the great flood.


      As a side note: The Baptists (like MANY denominations) ignoring “the bounds of their habitation” is the same way they ignore Paul’s verse re giving:

      “Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.” (2nd Corinthians 9:7).

      That verse alone shoots down their tithing lie, which WAS a requirement for ancient Israel in the Old Testament, & not for the post-crucifixion church body.

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