The body as a whole

Dear Woke Christian,

Paul wrote a lot about the Church being Christ’s body and each member apart of the whole. Have you ever thought about why it is that CRT invests so much into dividing and separating the body of Christ? It’s had to have crossed your mind. Why do you think that is? It would seem counter productive. Or maybe, just maybe CRT isn’t trying to unify the body of Christ at all. Just a thought.

Today in Meme-ology

Dear Christian,

Does it ever strike you that many pro-makers cite “love your neighbor” over the passage in Leviticus 13 (verses 44-46 speak directly to the point)? Maybe because the scriptures say that one’s top lip should be covered, but let’s continue. To me, that does read like a mask-type thing. So the question is why don’t they bring this up?

Here’s why they rarely mention this passage. It actually destroys the argument for total lockdowns AND masks at the same time. Take a look at it, I’ll wait.

The passage gives some very good instructions on dealing with a very contagious disease, leprosy. Notice that only the sick were quarantined and made to mask up. So you’ll never hear a pro masker mention this passage for that exact reason. The love your neighbor has morphed into “do what I deem is loving your neighbor”.

Here’s a meme attempting to address this. The person who posted it seems to know that it didn’t support their idea, but posted it anyway.

Keep pushing back. Require them to defend and explain their position.

Flag on the play

Dear Woke Christian,


In Galatians 2, Paul confronts Peter. I am not going to expound on why, go read it yourself. What I do want to point out is that Paul doesn’t question Peter’s conversion. No one was questioning if Peter understood the Gospel. His salvation was not in question. Paul called Peter out for not walking out the Gospel that he knew. Peter fumbled at the goal line and had to have a flag thrown by Paul.

Just something for you to think about. When you read the text you might find it interesting what Peter was doing. How is CRT similar to what Peter was doing?

We need the real Gospel

Dear Woke Christian,

Do you smell that? It’s the smell of society burning all around you. If ever before the true Gospel needs to be preached to any and everyone. However, you’ve spent so much time dividing and attacking true brothers and sisters in Christ that now you can’t honestly be taken seriously as a hope for a dying society.

Repent and turn from CRT/SJ and it’s ilk. They’re not true Gospel and you know it. You know that it’s hurting, harming and hating those in the Body of Christ. If you don’t turn how will you ever share the true Gospel with those who will honestly be looking for hope in a time of distress.

Dear woke Christian, your testimony and your witness hang on your rejecting this false gospel and turning back to the true Biblical Gospel.

We need a stern wake up

Dear Woke Christian,

I am sure you saw the events in Afghanistan this week. No doubt you’ve heard of the reports of Christians who were left in the country and are now being hunted down. Did you see the pics of Christians being crucified on crosses? Wow.

So my question to you, is this. What would you tell a Taliban member who’s about to murder a Christian? What Gospel would you give him. Secondly what would you tell the brother or sister that this man is about the murder? What comfort and hope would you give them in their final moments? My very last question…why aren’t you preaching that now here in the US?

Money laundering

Dear Woke Christian,

“Money laundering” is the term used to “clean” dirty (illegal) money and make it useable legally. There are many ways this can be done, but the many ways seem to be broken down into Simple and Hard methods. Since this isn’t a how-to lesson I will stop there, but I want to show how this happens within the church all the time.

A non-biblical cultural teaching is presented at the church doors. Thankfully no one lets it in, it’s not biblical. However, someone finds an off bible passage to tag onto the bad teaching and now it is able to come in. Now that the teaching is in the church people can either kick it out, embrace it or analyze it. Many people choose to embrace it, because it has a few bible verses attached to it and even the pastor has mentioned it from the pulpit. Very few seek to analyze it and even fewer voice kicking it out. People are talking about this teaching outside the church so the church must be hip on what everyone else is talking about. In honesty the church is late to the game, but they don’t want to be seen as out of step on such a crucial teaching. So the formally non-Biblical teaching now is full “Biblical”. It’s even being paraded as a salvation issue or a major pillar of the Gospel. Jesus would support this and He actually did support this teaching when you compare the Bible to other modern writers who’s books we’ve embraced because this teaching needed new modern scholars. More books, conference speakers and lectures are held in order to cement this teaching into the foundation of the Church. It’s now a major doctrine. If one rejects it, they may not even be a believer in Christ.

So a clearly non-Biblical teaching has been “baptized” and cleansed of all it’s baggage. Now it can be proudly shared from pulpits, videos and even songs. Gone are the rough edges of a teaching outside the Bible. Now it’s sanded smooth and polished to gleam like any of the 12 foundations of the new Jerusalem.

Dear brother/sister, is this a far cry? Am I being over the top? Isn’t this exactly what happened with the prosperity gospel, health and wealth or the little gods doctrine? Oh, you thought I was talking about how CRT has infiltrated the church, didn’t you? Why would you think that?

CRT has been “money laundered” into the church. A clearly unbiblical idea has been sanded and shined, wined and dined until it could pass for any sound biblical teaching. But is it? I challenge you to in context support any premise of CRT from the Bible. The problem with money laundering and false doctrine laundering is that God still knows and eventually you will have to answer for your sin of letting the mafia run the church.

Consider it

Dear Woke Christian,

Digging through several “woke sermons”, lectures and speeches, I’m coming to a realization. The notion of “lived experiences” is an idol to CRT. Take the time and listen to how one person’s experience is laid over everyone within that group. Say that I had a horrible experience at a major amusement park, well now this place hates Southern, bald men with 2 kids and a propencity for long social media posts. How did I make that assertion? Well my lived experience is what brought me to this revelation. Obviously, this is silly, but is it though? Isn’t this exactly what we do when we claim that ALL cops are XYZ, or ALL _______ supporters are…., or every traffic stop is…..?

Dear brother or sister, I am begging you to consider that CRT is not only a cult, it’s a deadly, damning and dangerous divisive false gospel that only serves to separte you from the Body of Christ both here on earth and in eternity. I know that’s very harsh and I only reget that I haven’t found a more severe way to sound the alarm. Run, dear Christian.

I have a question

Dear Woke Christian,

Let’s say that you’re starting to wonder. You’re starting to question if CRT is really all about what it claims. Let’s also say that you want to “test” a CRT person to check what they’ll do.

Here’s a simple test. Ask them to give you the Gospel. You may have to play along, but ask questions and get to the true Gospel. This is what my kid (11 years old) just told me the Gospel was “God is holy, man is sinful. Christ came to pay our sin debt. He died, was buried and rose again. By the grace of God He made me alive to receive the Gospel and now I’m trusting in Christ for salvation.”

So you’re wondering about your CRT prognosticator, huh? Ask them what the Gospel is and extra credit if they can cite actual Bible text.

What did you get when you asked? I pray you got a succinct explanation of the Gospel. I hope it was theologically rich and deep. But…. you know what the problem is…don’t you? Yeah I do, too.

No matter how great their explanation of the Gospel is their everyday “preaching” is void of this truth. CRT can’t give the Gospel because it’s opposed to it. Yes, it uses terms and phrases, but actually it’s anti-Christ at it’s root and your friend just proved my point.

Run from CRT brother/sister. Don’t worry about being called names or worse. Your status in Christ matters so much more. Run!

Christians, Keep Using ‘Woke’ as an Insult

In the wake of the public turmoil amidst McLean Bible Church and David Platt’s leadership, Relevant Magazine published a gem arguing that Christians should stop using the term “woke” as a pejorative label. Tyler Huckabee’s article subtly tilted, “Christians, Keep Using ‘Woke’ as an Insult.“ After beginning with the context of David Platt and basically […]

Christians, Keep Using ‘Woke’ as an Insult

2 Chronicles 7

Dear Woke Christian,

2 Chronicles 7:13-15 This one is fun. In the early ’90s Gospel songs were made from this verse and I still hear it in my head now as I write this. 

There is a level of truth to this verse being applied today. However, the text is clearly speaking to a specific group at a specific time. That being said can and will God bless the humble and contrite, yes. Does that mean He’ll also heal and bless our land? I am going to say no. 

But let’s say that this is a 100% promise for the modern era. We have been given permission to cry out over racism and expect God to forgive us and bless us. Do you honestly think that God is more concerned about “racism” as He is about abortion? Do you think the “wicked ways” talked about here are paying a black man less than a white man, but NOT the fact that our welfare system is cruel to the poor? Even if I were willing to concede “racism”, there is no way that what we call racism is even on the same plain as many more gross sins. 

2 Chronicles 7:13-15 is a wonderful passage and though I believe it has some application to our modern context, we’d be much better off with a passage like Psalm 51 and repenting for our own sin knowing that God is faithful and will not turn away anyone who comes to him in repentant faith. 

Ephesians 1:3-10 is a more modern promise and more applicable to our day. That takes nothing from 2 Chronicles.