A prominent “Reformed” ministry for blacks has brought on a pro-abortion contributor to write for their supposedly Christian organization.
The Witness began as the Reformed African American Network (RANN), and was founded by Jemar Tisby, a protege of Dr. Ligon Duncan of The Gospel Coalition and Reformed Theological Seminary (the two have done talks together on race for Together for the Gospel, and Tisby came out of RTS). Tisby said that he created RAAN to be “a blinking billboard for African Americans who identified as Reformed.”
The organization changed its name to The Witness to have a broader appeal to black people once the Reformed Resurgence had ceased being a useful Trojan Horse by which Tisby’s anti-Christian Social Justice agenda could invade evangelicalism. Theology is simply no longer in vogue, and thankfully these cultural Marxists have dropped the charade of caring in the least about doctrine.
Ally Henny is a contributor to The Witness and she writes race-baiting articles that divide Christians by ethnicity as a proverbial middle finger to the legacy of Dr. King and the color-blind Civil Rights Movement. She is also a pro-abortion advocate as demonstrated in her twitter feed.
At first calling her position on abortion “nuanced,” she went on to say that abortion should be “safe, legal, and rare.”
The term “safe, legal, and rare,” was Bill Clinton’s slogan in 1996 to describe his pro-choice position on abortion. Henny used this Clinton-invented phrase to explain her own pro-murder position.
Evangelicals need to wise up and realize that the ‘Reformed’ position has largely been hijacked by political ideologues who are using the title in order to promote a sinister progressive agenda into our churches. These people are not Reformed. Heck, they are not even Christians.
“Yet because of false brothers secretly brought in—who slipped in to spy out our freedom that we have in Christ Jesus, so that they might bring us into slavery” (Galatians 2:4).