Russell Moore will be a plenary speaker at the National Immigration Forum, an organization formed and funded by Democrat financier, George Soros. The purpose of the National Immigration Forum is to advance the cause of amnesty for illegal aliens, demolish national sovereign borders, and establish a global government. In short, the National Immigration Forum would seek to demolish the Nation State, the surest and most trustworthy defense of personal religious liberty. Russell Moore, in partnering with George Soros’ global agenda, is accomplishing precisely the opposite of the mission of the organization he runs, the Southern Baptists’ Ethics and Religious Liberty Foundation. We have written about the partnership between the two leftists previously:
Evangelical Leaders are not entirely aware that their lobbying arm, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, is in full cooperation with a George Soros funded organization that seeks to deconstruct America’s sovereignty and dismantle our sovereign borders. The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), which is an entity of the largest Protestant denomination in the United States and is directed by the former Democratic staffer, Russell Moore, leads the Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT). As most liberty-conscious Americans already understand, there is perhaps no greater bulwark and defense for personal liberties like freedom of religion, freedom of the press, and freedom of assembly than that of a robust and sovereign nation-state. The EIT, in seeking to repeal immigration law for the purpose of unabated globalism, is an opponent of the very liberties that the ERLC is commissioned by the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) to promote. – Source link
The relationship and money trail between George Soros and Russell Moore is well established and well beyond the realm of conspiracy. If anyone doubts the reality, I would urge you to peruse the information available using the search function on this website or check out the thorough documentation at Sovereign Nations. For even more information, check out the links below:
- Call To Pause: Evangelical Men Join Women’s Call To Hit Pause On Culture War
- NIF Richard Land Impact Report Document
- National Immigration Forum Grants From Open Society Foundations
- Influential Signatories Of The Evangelical Immigration Table
- Evangelicals and Immigration
- Intersectionality and Reconciliation in Our Churches
- Pro-Amnesty Christian Groups Receiving $1 Billion From Feds Double-Down for Syrian Refugees
- Evangelical Leaders: Tell Us to Vote for Clinton
- Russell Moore Responds to Trump’s “Nasty Guy” Tweet With An Epic Burn
- The Nonpartisan Solution to Our Roy Moore Problem
- Top Evangelical Leader Tears Into Roy Moore’s Defenders
- Dr. Russell Moore: “The Future of Evangelicalism is at Stake”
- Dozens Of Evangelical Leaders Meet To Discuss How Trump Era Has Unleashed ‘Grotesque Caricature’ Of Their Faith
- Video: A House Divided Cannot Stand: Understanding and Overcoming the Inconsistencies in White Evangelicals on Racial Issues
- Video: T4G Session 3 – David Platt – Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters: Racism and our Need for Repentance
According to Michael O’Fallon, who is one of the most well-connected men in all of the Reformed theological world, he had a front row seat to how this bizarre relationship between open-border zealots and Southern Baptists began. According to the podcast below, O’Fallon explains that there was an intentional decision by the Evangelical Intelligentsia to promote illegal immigration and dismantle sovereign nation-state borders in order to capitalize on what they say is the one segment of American evangelicalism that isn’t shrinking…ethnic minorities. Coveting church growth, men like Russell Moore have made the cold and calloused decision to lock arms with George Soros and follow the path of Roman Catholics, who have seen some success in retaining Hispanic followers by opposing immigration law. Russell Moore has chosen to promote a thoroughly political ideology (the end of national sovereignty) for the sake of church growth. While listening to O’Fallon’s explanation of the evangelical partnership with Soros, I repeatedly acknowledged the validity of Pulpit & Pen’s Seth Dunn, who has time and time again argued that the appeal to immigration lawlessness is financially motivated, looking at demographics and deciding that Caucasians will not be able to keep evangelical institutions (like the SBC) afloat in coming decades.
As the links above demonstrate, the National Immigration Forum is directly funded by George Soros. Its initiative, Bibles, Badges, and Businesses, is an explicit strategy to get evangelical churches (Bibles), law enforcement (badges) and corporations (businesses) to coalesce for the purpose of ending national sovereign borders. Beginning with Richard Land, then president of the ERLC, and followed up by Russell Moore, Southern Baptists have been a part of this sinister strategy from the beginning. Continuing the strategy of turning evangelicals into a leftist voting block, commandeering the Moral Majority for the sake of the Democratic Party, Russell Moore is again partnering with the National Immigration Forum and will be speaking at an upcoming conference.
Russell Moore is one of the keynote speakers.
Notice that Lifeway Executive Director of Research (Ed Stetzer’s old gig), Scott McConnell, is also speaking.
Shirley Hoogstra, the President of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, is a longtime supporter of illegal immigration and also serves on the Soros-funded Evangelical Immigration Table, a sub-organization of the National Immigration Forum, a sub-organization of Soros’ Open Society Foundations (as the links above demonstrate). Margaret Mims is the Sherriff of Fresno County, California, and made waves for rejecting Trump’s proposal to have federal immigration officers deputize local law enforcement. Mims said that her department would not be asking people for their immigration status. While rejecting the idea of “sanctuary cities,” Mims has also rejected the idea of her department enforcing immigration law.