Two Topics white Evangelicals Will Not Touch

Most pastors, especially the evangelical right and conservative Christians are famous for condemning the acts of abortion and homosexuality; they even support politicians that make laws against such moral sins. But there are two sins and immoralities they themselves commit religiously that they will never address.

Two Topics white Evangelicals Will Not Touch

Most pastors, especially the evangelical right and conservative Christians are famous for condemning the acts of abortion and homosexuality; they even support politicians that make laws against such moral sins. But there are two sins and immoralities they themselves commit religiously that they will never address. 

Adultery and Racism are rampant immoralities committed by conservative Christians. Yet the reason they never address them is obvious; they are guilty of both yet project their immorality onto liberals as sinners who kill babies and disgrace the traditional family through homosexuality. The truth is, a sin is a sin and regardless of how much they condemn abortion as murder and homosexuality as immoral, they will be judged for their own hypocrisy and immorality.

Yes, abortion and homosexuality are wrong because they are both against the natural order of human nature, but there are other sins – and Commandments – that are equally sinful. Such as idolatry, blasphemy, dishonoring parents, stealing, bearing false witnesses, and covetousness.

These are sins people commit every day, some without knowing they are even sinning, but to ignore some sins and cherry-pick certain sins committed by your opponent, is blatant hypocrisy, and a sin in itself. Furthermore, evangelical leaders and megachurch pastors have built a cesspool of greed, covetousness, and deception through their own churches and have exploited gullible souls into an earthy form of idolatry.

These people, and their followers, are on their way to hell unless they repent of their deeds and hypocrisies. Do not listen to anyone who supports them, the theologians they learned from, or the doctrines they teach.