Ed Stetzer, Who Attends Race Riots, Says Calvinism Makes People Angry

Ed Stetzer has been railing against Calvinists as “angry” for quite a while. There was a time, back when Mark Driscoll was driving the cool kids’ bandwagon, that Stetzer was a Calvinist. The thing about fads, though, is that they’re constantly changing and so too, their disloyal adherents.

Stetzer, once the Vice President of Lifeway Christian Resources before abandoning the sinking retail ship, has never successfully planted a church (although he has made a living as a church-planting expert for more than a decade). Most recently, he’s served as the Chair for the Billy Graham School of Evangelism at Wheaton College.

While at Wheaton, Stetzer has helped steer the institution even further to the radical left. Stetzer invited a pro-gay speaker to the Billy Graham Center. He stuck up for pro-choice students who were offended by a pro-life speaker. He attacked John MacArthur over not supporting Social Justice. He partnered Wheaton with feminist and charismatic lady pastor, Christine Caine. He attacked the NRA. Basically, Ed Stetzer is a garbage human.

And worst of all, while back at Lifeway, he ignored the pleas of a quadriplegic boy who begged him to stop selling his Heaven Tourism book because it was untrue. He has yet to give Alex Malarkey an apology or even to acknowledge his existence.

And last week, Stetzer attended a Black Lives Matter rally with his daughter (he has since deleted some Black Power tweets expressing anti-white racism). Stetzer has done nothing but show support for rioters, looters, and vandals across the nation. How could he? Stetzer has been fomenting racial division for years.

But look at Stetzer’s recent tweet about the Doctrines of Grace (the soteriology of those known as “Calvinists”).

Stetzer is referring to conservative Christian believers who oppose the rioting and lawlessness associated with what he (and the Marxists among us) refer to as “Social Justice.”

This isn’t the first time Stetzer has attacked Calvinists as “angry,” which we explained in the post Who Are #The15 and Who Are the Evangelical Intelligentsia.

Stetzer sparked an uprising called #The15 when he said something similar:

And again…

Keep in mind, for the sake of comparison, Stetzer’s leftwing compatriots have turned the summer of 2020 into a giant dumpster fire. Literally. They’re lighting actual fires.

Wouldn’t it make sense to argue as well, “There’s something wrong with social justice when it produces so many angry people”?

When Calvinists are setting fire to their city, let us know.



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