The Round Rev: ‘Decider’ of who IS and who AIN’T “Christian”

He’s done stuff like this before.  But our state’s really BIG bundle of, um, “joy” is exporting his socialist-stepin-fetchit act to the national stage:

A disturbing pattern has emerged since the Washington Post first reported that four women accused Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of offenses ranging from the creepy to the criminal. People in Gadsden, Alabama, where Moore worked in the District Attorney’s office three decades ago, say it was “common knowledge” that Moore pursued teenagers when he was in his 30s. Locals told the New Yorker that they recall being told than the local mall banned Moore for the same reason.[…]

Aaah.  Small town gossip.  *That sure is mighty Christian to be repeating stuff like that.*

[…] Accusations of criminal assault are difficult to prove in court and the statute of limitations in these cases has since passed. But Republicans outside of Alabama have started to back away from Moore following the allegations; They have chosen to believe the accusers.

Moore’s base, on the other hand, continues to support him despite the evidence. For many of them, this is matter of faith. Jerome Cox, the pastor of Greenwood Baptist Church in Prattville, Alabama, told NBC News he would be supporting Moore because “he’s done a lot of good for the state of Alabama… Everything else is for the Lord to sort out.”

This is not Christianity. Rather, it is an extreme Republican religionism that stands by party and regressive policy no matter what. It’s not the gospel of Christ, but a gospel of greed. It is the religion of racism and lies, not the religion of redemption and love.[…] 

*Oh, so George Soros and the gang at Pullen Memorial shoving you out in front of the cameras to attack Republicans and conservatism while clad in your Sunday-best vestments IS NOT an abuse and misuse of Christianity?*

MORE:

[…] It is unlikely that any of Moore’s accusers can definitively prove that he sexually assaulted them 30 years ago (a point the defiant former judge knows well). […] 

Can’t prove it?  Why dwell on it? People can SAY anything.  Being able to prove it in a court of law is at the heart of our democratic system.

MORE: 

[…] But even before these allegations made national headlines, it was clear that Moore’s policy agenda endangered the children of Alabama and this nation.This man, who wants to be Alabama’s next Senator, wants to repeal Obamacare, making it health care inaccessible for millions, in Alabama and elsewhere. He has said Islam is a “false religion” homosexual conduct “should be illegal.” and curtail equal protection under the law for gay and transgender people. Moore supports a tax plan that would hurt the poor and working poor.  […]

Um, opposing the radical gay political agenda hurts kids — HOW ????

[…] In short, Moore’s political agenda presents a credible threat to millions of vulnerable people in America.Yet Moore claims to be the moral and Christian candidate, using religion as U.S. slave masters did before him to justify actions which fly in the face of Christ’s teachings.[…] 

The Jesus I’ve learned about preached about neighbors reaching out and helping neighbors in need.  I never read anything about him advocating the government confiscating one person’s assets to redistribute them to others.

MORE: 

[…] Like segregationists, Moore imagines the struggle for equality inAmerica as a story of loss. At a revival meeting earlier this week, Moore complained that he was being persecuted. He also lamented the fact that the courts took prayer out of schools in 1962 and made a cryptic and confusing reference to “new rights” created in 1965, the year the Voting Rights Act was signed. Some members of the congregation responded, “Amen!”

Sooooo — it’s anti-Christian to advocate for prayer in schools ???

Wise men since the time of Christ spoke truthfully about how we are ALL created equal.  We are all — in the American system — deserving of equal protection under the law.

But that’s where the “equality” train stops.  Some people naturally accomplish more than others in life.  Some people make millions playing football or basketball.  Some people barely get by working four jobs.

Some people marry professional models.  Some people stay hopelessly single.

Some people win the lottery or win big in Vegas.  Many go broke trying.

This guy Barber is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.  For thirty pieces of silver, he’s sold his vestments, his title, and his Christianity to political socialism.

Bill Barber doesn’t decide who is and is not a Christian.

I worship in a congregation that features conservatives and liberals.  Monday through Saturday we back different candidates and debate different issues.  But on Sunday, we’re together working toward the same goal.

We frequently expend sweat equity together helping others in need.  We look after each other in times of sickness or tragedy or despair. No government agencies or bureaucrats are ever involved.

St. Peter and the guy who runs things behind those pearly gates make the final call on this one. NOT BILL BARBER.

12 comments for “The Round Rev: ‘Decider’ of who IS and who AIN’T “Christian”

  1. john steed
    November 19, 2017 at 10:52 am

    Bully Barber is a Marxist apparatchik run by George Soros, NOT a Christian. To him, the “promised land” is North Korea.

  2. Eric
    November 19, 2017 at 11:43 am

    McCrory’s most fatal mistake (among several) in the last election was not making Barber the face of his opposition. RINOs simply cannot bring themselves to take on the ideological left. McCrory is a perfect example of that fact. But then, what can you say about a sitting governor getting his political advice from a stooge like Thomas Stith?

  3. Tim Peck
    November 19, 2017 at 1:15 pm

    Barber: “I call them Republican religionist because they’ve given him cover and so many others on non-Christian policies like blocking health care is a non-Christian policy. Blocking living wages is a non-Christian policy. Blocking and suppressing voting rights is a non-Christian policy. Hating gay people is a non-Christian policy. Promoting guns a non-Christian policy.” … “There are 24 percent of children living in households that are poverty. That’s policy pedophilia”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zygow32MP84

    • john steed
      November 19, 2017 at 5:09 pm

      I call Bully Barber a pagan Marxist. As head of the NAACP, he sold out his own black race by calling for open borders to let all the illegal aliens in. It is black Americans who are being hurt worst by illegal aliens taking their jobs, and Barber, by putting the interests of his paymaster George Soros ahead of those of black North Carolinians is stabbing the people he is supposed to represent in the back.

  4. Toxhandler
    November 19, 2017 at 5:33 pm

    I admire the Buffet Slayer’s courage. Being a false prophet carries a pretty stiff penalty come the time, or so theologians tell me.

  5. November 19, 2017 at 7:11 pm

    Without Jm Goodmon’s and George Soros’ $$$$, “Bully” Barber would be a ranting street-preacher on a Goldsboro sidewalk.
    That’s basically all he ever has been. His Jones Street Hoot ‘n Hates are made-for-media B-roll.

  6. patrick
    November 19, 2017 at 7:43 pm

    But Newsmax also says he is important

    Newsmax’s 100 Most Influential Evangelicals in America

    88. Rev. William Barber II

    but this list is highly questionable also including

    3. Joel Osteen
    8. Joyce Meyer
    94. Donald Miller
    97. Steven Furtick

    https://www.newsmax.com/BestLists/evangelicals-influential-america-list/2017/11/15/id/826258/

    • john steed
      November 20, 2017 at 2:13 pm

      Looks like they got a pagan Stalinist confused with an evangelical.

      • patrick
        November 20, 2017 at 3:12 pm

        That list clearly sums up all what is wrong with the current state of the christian church in America that list is like what 50 do not belong with the other 50

  7. agentpierce
    November 19, 2017 at 8:34 pm

    Without Jim Goodmon’s and Soros’ $$$, Big Bad Bully would be a raging street preacher on a sidewalk in Goldsboro

  8. bonnie
    November 20, 2017 at 8:32 am

    I was most unhappy with out Dear Senator Tillis, who thought unverified complaints against Judge Moore should mean he should leave the race! Here is my take:

    Sir,
    You responded to an earlier email I sent re: Judge Moore should be ‘innocent until PROVEN guilty’ and said: “As you are aware, several women have come forward alleging that Roy Moore engaged in sexual misconduct…and (I) believe he should immediately withdraw from the race.”

    That is an amazing comment. Was it forced molestation or rape? Again, no ‘presumption of innocence’ before a declaration of guilt? Do you recall the infamous Tawana Brawnly case? The Rev’d Al Sharpton made a huge publicity blast accusing white men of raping a young black girl and smearing her with feces. That case turned out to be a dreadful HOAX!

    You say you take these “allegations seriously”–as should we all! As a female Naval Officer I handled a ‘rape case’ of a young enlisted woman. After much investigation, we found SHE was at fault, not the young men she allowed into her room.

    If you are serious about your ‘concerns’, may I suggest that you push your Senate colleagues to publish every member who were found by the Senate Ethics Committee to be guilty and paid a reported $15 million dollars in ‘hush money’ to the ‘victims’. Frankly Sir, the Republican Party has plenty to ‘atone for’. Hollywood’s morals are NOT America’s morals. In the meantime, let the people decide in Alabama if they think Judge Moore is a man of his word—or not! Our Party cannot be guilty of condemning anyone in the court of public opinion, for as the saying goes: “There but for the grace of God,” goes any of us!

    Respectfully yours,

    Bonnie Dougherty
    Commander, USN Ret.

    • Doug
      November 20, 2017 at 1:22 pm

      Lets see if Thom Thilli$$ stands up and asks for that Doofus Frankenstein to leave the Senate. The same bar should be set for a current occupant as is applicable for someone aspiring to be in a seat. Anyone in the Senate accused of assault needs to be immediately required to leave….maybe someone would come out against Tricky Dick and Thilli$$ so we could get rid of them.

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