Allie Beth Stuckey of the Blaze Media Group and Megan Basham, culture reporter for the Daily Wire, discussed a recently marketed Bible Study that portrays itself as Christian Centrist with the goal of fostering Christian humility at the ballot box. Sounds great, right? Only it’s backed by long-time Planned Parenthood and LGBTQ funder The Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.
The name Rockefeller was ubiquitous with American industrial success around the turn of the 20th Century, with its patriarch John D. Rockefeller amassing enough wealth to be called the richest man in the world at one point as he sat atop Standard Oil. He would use his largesse to not only develop the modern-day pharmaceutical industry but also cunningly put money into tax-sheltered philanthropic foundations, which allowed his family to massively affect American society.
One of his pet projects was then nascent Planned Parenthood at a time when eugenics was becoming popular. Eugenics is the practice of selective breeding in order to genetically improve the quality of the human race. However, in the hands of racists, this can mean fewer people from racial groups they don’t like. His champion, Margaret Sanger, has since been outed for her secretly stated goal to reduce “the negro” population as well as other undesirables, or as Sanger award winner Hillary Clinton might say, “basket of deplorable.” They continue to get funding, and though they’ve walked back their connection to its founder, Planned Parenthood still aborts black babies at a disproportionate rate nationally.
RPA also has given large amounts to the LGBTQ movement over the years and, in many ways, can be credited for its expansion. Their purse strings are long and deep, giving to a variety of causes, some $500 million per year to 70 countries. No longer content to influence American society, the Rockefeller mission is global. How global? They also donated the land to the United Nations, and its latest heir, David Rockefeller, bragged about his plan to dissolve America in favor of a global one-world government.
So churches should keep this in mind as the new After Party bible study is marketed far and wide. Mrs. Basham informs us the packaging is pretty, and the message appears benign and even responsible, but the first red flag is who is behind it. Having sat through the study, she warns not to be fooled by the many platitudes and slogans continually repeated, notably in the absence of scripture. She noted on more than one occasion, the not-so-subtle message was “voting Democrat is Christian,” even using images of pro-life sign holders as the narrator warns some people may be certain about their views but simply aren’t because Christianity is apolitical, while also being ironic apparently.
Also raising red flags are Curtis Chang, David French, and Russell Moore, all Big Evangelical names with squishy liberal middle sections. Chang and French were vocally pro-vaccine to the point of even coercing Christians to take it under threat of killing their neighbor if they didn’t. Moore, once head of ethics for the Southern Baptist Convention, has been found to promote Critical Race Theory and denounce those who don’t. All three were or are vocally anti-Trump, claiming he has become a false idol while pretending to be apolitical.
This is the group that has packaged a slick new study intended to manipulate the Christian vote prior to the election and positions themselves as having no political motivation while quietly whispering to conservatives, “Did God really say?” (insert conservative Christian political view here).
The watchtower calls for watchmen, however needing as many as we can get we owe a thanks to these courageous sisters for standing on guard as the enemy of the church continues to masquerade as an angel of light and political diplomacy.
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