“Although he refers to himself as “pro-life” in the first paragraph of his post, Anyabwile makes clear that Christians should – in his opinion – oppose the current POTUS even if POTUS is trying to end abortion.”
(Pulpit & Pen) Thabiti Anyabwile, a popular writer at the Gospel Coalition and politically-focused Black Nationalist agitator, recently claimed in an op-ed in the Washington Post that ending Roe v Wade is not worth having to work with Donald Trump. In other words, Anyabwile argued that evangelical Christians should actively seek to oust the current president, even if it means we might otherwise end the atrocity of abortion.
Thabiti Anyabwile is the name chosen by Ron Burns to identify himself with the Black Nationalist movement. Burns has captured the heart of New Calvinists, having been promoted heavily by 9Marks founder and pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., Mark Dever. With the support of evangelicalism’s most prolific Calvinist preachers and teachers, who were eager to have an articulate African American in their ranks, Burns’ Marxism caught many off guard. Although the Evangelical Intelligentsia leaders who were already left-of-center (like Tim Keller and Russell Moore) would rejoice in Burns’ growing revelations of personal progressivism, others were concerned with Burns’ trajectory, but were largely too afraid to address the problem with Burns, who wears his ethnicity as badge and is quick (like all Critical Race Theorists) to play the victim. Only Phil Johnson was bold enough to accuse Burns of “mission drift,” who would prove Johnson right by his repeated race-baiting language and political endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president. Predictably, Burns accused Johnson of “racist undertones.”
Burns, who had endorsed Bernie Sanders as the “best candidate” for black Americans in the Democratic primary, insinuated that abortion was a low priority for believers. We wrote about that in SBC Pastor, Thabiti Anyabwile, Suggests Unborn Babies Aren’t a Top Priority. We were told at the time that we’ve just misunderstood Burns. His op-ed today removes all doubt, however, that the Black Nationalist and Marxist leader is willing to sacrifice the lives of the unborn for the sake of his political philosophy.