Make no mistake about it. The Gospel Coalition (TGC), which is funded by felonious Clinton money-man and globalist billionaire, James Riady, is a political organization masquerading as a Christian ministry. The entire purpose of TGC is to move evangelicalism’s Overton Window to the left and convince Christians that social justice requires believers to either stay home from the polls in 2020 or vote Democrat. And now, uber-leftist Joe Carter at TGC is warning Christians about turning politics into “an idol.”
This isn’t the first time that TGC leaders have insisted that conservative political leanings are idolatrous. TGC leadership council member, Russell Moore (who serves on George Soros’ Evangelical Immigration Table), claimed that the border wall has become a “golden calf” to conservatives and insisted that those who want border security were idolaters back in 2016.
Meanwhile, TGC ran endorsements for Hillary Clinton during the last presidential election. TGC figureheads met at Wheaton in 2018, including Ed Stetzer and Tim Keller – a Marxist – to brainstorm the best ways to beat Trump in 2020, leading conservatives to march out of the meeting.
Other TGC contributors regularly attack POTUS on a daily basis and regularly encourage evangelicals to either vote Democrat or stay home and not vote, including Thomas Kidd and JD Greear. TGC contributor, Thabiti Anyabwile (Ron Burns) endorsed first Bernie Sanders and then Hillary Clinton.
TGC is an operation headed up by cominterns and hominterns, who in almost every blog post try to steer evangelicals away from conservative beliefs and conservative voting patterns. But they want you to know, dear conservative, that you shouldn’t turn politics into an “idol.”
Joe Carter, who borrowed material from the Southern Poverty Law Center to argue that “Cultural Marxist” was a racist term, writes the blog post at TGC with 21 signs you’re idolizing politics.
These include assuming someone’s voting says something about their sanctification or relationship with Jesus (*wink wink* Democrats) making excuses for politicians when it undermines your gospel witness (*wink wink* Donald Trump), more willing to see injustice undone than having injustice done to you (*wink wink* Social Justice, baby), do you care more about how Christians vote than that they’re enjoying God (bizarre), have I been overlooking politicians say they’re a Christian but bring dishonor to Christ (*wink wink* Donald Trump),
These begging-the-question posits aside, Carter ends by claiming that if you have a problem with how he’s asked these questions, you’re probably idolizing politics.
Day in and day out, The Gospel Coalition proves that it is a political organization devoted to replacing the real gospel with the Social Gospel and ousting Donald Trump and replacing him with a Democrat. Almost every post at TGC in some way undermines a Biblical worldview and conservative Christian ethic.
Apparently it’s only idolatry if conservatives do it.
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