Bible teacher and author Beth Moore has a message for “white male Christian supremacists.”
She claimed she knows a fellow believer who “would swear and declare that he is not a racist,” but pushed back by saying that he couldn’t remember all names of minorities in every conversation.
She also accused his friends of being poster images for “white male Christian supremacists.”
“He can’t see it for the life of him,” she added.
Wider context: From Baylor’s Racism In The White Church conference last month. Gave basically a June 2020 sermon 3 years late, unaware of how little it adds to the convo.— Woke Preacher Clips (@WokePreacherTV) March 23, 2023
e.g. “You don’t have to be a skinhead to be a white supremacist. I know that’s gonna be a shock to somebody” pic.twitter.com/wX7LHJlSzl
Moore said you can’t judge a person’s heart, but you can “hear their words.”
“You don’t have to be a skinhead to be a white supremacist. I know that’s gonna be a shock to somebody,” she said.
The evangelist also criticized praises of America’s current state of equality by comparing it to an affair and porn addiction:
Beth Moore: Telling black Americans that they are not as oppressed as their ancestors is “like saying to a wife that her husband’s porn addiction is an improvement over his physical adultery, so you have nothing to complain about anymore.” pic.twitter.com/y7NJAv2sDY— Woke Preacher Clips (@WokePreacherTV) March 23, 2023