This is part of a series Pulpit & Pen is doing to expose corrupt and felonious Globalist financier James Riady’s influence in America’s Reformed community. Part 1 is here.
According to P&P, several evangelical leaders, who they name, have taken money from George Soros and James Riady, both Marxist-globalists. In this report we learn that on April 16 and April 17, 2018 “Evangelical Intelligentsia,” who are well-funded by foreign political interests, gathered at Wheaton College “to discuss how to shift evangelicals away from supporting conservative politics in the name of “saving evangelicalism.” In P&P’s view what they’re reporting is not conspiracy theory — it’s conspiracy facts.
Read the rest of the story over at Pulpit & Pen:
It’s no secret that the Communist Party intentionally infiltrated the so-called “black church” (an abominable term indeed, in a Biblical worldview that refuses to view people through a racial construct, which is forbidden in places like Galatians 3:28, Romans 3:29, Colossians 3:11) during the Civil Rights Movement. This historic reality has been written about in no shortage of academic journals, dissertations, and books from both that time period and beyond, with the Communist Party USA boldly and publicly proclaiming their influence in the “black church” to have been pivotal in their success. With the Marxist invention of Liberation Theology, combined with the tenets of Rauschenbuschism, foreign globalist forces were able to successfully change the trajectory of many once-solid, vibrant and thriving churches comprised primarily of people of color. The consequences of adding Liberation Theology and the social gospel to those churches is on full display before us, and the results are nothing less than tragic. What is less known is that globalist and Marxist billionaire financiers are continuing to influence American religion in the desire of changing American politics, although this time – with the “black church” left in a historical heap behind them – they have chosen a new stream of evangelical thought through which to push their purely political agenda.
Seeing the rising Reformed Resurgence and its massive influence in evangelicalism – of which people like myself are debtors (I am a 5-point Calvinist and my church confession is the 1689 London Baptist Confession) – globalist strategical thinkers saw a unique opportunity to capitalize (pun intended) on co-opting and commandeering a movement that, if they could turn it political, might turn the tide of America toward their progressive plans. It is no secret that evangelical America is the last remaining demographic standing between the preservation of American culture and globalist progressivism. If that demographic could be changed or swayed, then the victory of the American left – and by vicarious accomplishment, international globalism – would all be assured. The margins between the left and right are so tight, any subtle shift in traditionally conservative American thought would result in the largest paradigm shift of political power in American history.