Jerry Falwell, Jr. Calls Russell Moore Out, Says He's Part of the 'SBC Deep State'
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr. took to Twitter late Monday night to call Southern Baptist Conventionâs Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission president Russell Moore to the carpet.
Falwell took to Twitter Monday night to respond to a tweet where two-time Southern Baptist Convention president, Pastor Jerry Vines endorsed the new Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary president, Dr. Adam Greenway.
In Falwellâs response to Vines, he not only backed the former SBC presidentâs endorsement of Greenway, but he also took the opportunity to call Moore out....
I see this is starting to float around again something of the umbrella conspiracy theory to cover a bunch of them. Here is an explanation of it.
Chris Cillizza wrote: ..... Cillizza: Is this just another garden-variety conspiracy along the lines of, say, Obama wasn't born in the US? Why has this become such a, well, thing?
Sommer: Unlike something like birtherism or Pizzagate, QAnon is a kind of mega-conspiracy theory that sucks in just about every conspiracy theory you can think of. Pizzagate is part of it, birtherism is part of it -- but so is the JFK assassination conspiracy theory, the idea that all these mass shootings have been deep-state false flags, and much more. The vague nature of the Q clues also means that you can sort of imprint whatever your personal issue is onto it.
The other strange thing about QAnon is that it's fundamentally a story being told by the side that's already in power. Normally, conspiracy theories, like the idea that George W. Bush stole the 2004 election or that Barack Obama was an illegitimate president because he was born in Kenya, are coming from a group that's trying to explain why they're out of power....
excerpt from, "QAnon is the one conspiracy theory to rule them all"
Ed Mazza wrote: .... " The reports of the conditions for migrant children at the border should shock all of our consciences. Those created in the image of God should be treated with dignity and compassion, especially those seeking refuge from violence back home. We can do better than this. https://t.co/Cv3AmJgypn â Russell Moore (@drmoore) June 25, 2019"
The call for âdignity and compassionâ didnât sit well with Falwell.
He fired back at Russell by demanding to know if he ever âmade a payrollâ or âbuilt an organization of any type from scratch.â
Falwell inherited his role as Liberty Universityâs president from his televangelist father....
"I know everyone else has already piled on, but âI donât value your opinion because you are not rich, powerful and successfulâ is as close to an anti-Gospel as you can conjure up. It is literally worshipping Mammon. 1/ â Matt Jewell (@Prof_Jewell) June 26, 2019"
--"Jerry Falwell Jr. Flips Out On Christian Trump Critic With Least Biblical Line Ever"
Mr. Howe is really quite familiar with Liberty University. Oh, you can read his background in his article.
Ben Howe wrote: .... ...Falwell Jr. kept referring to Jesus forgiving, Trump changing, and everyone being redeemable. On this point he is right! With one important asterisk: the person must actually have asked for that forgiveness. The person must seek to be redeemed. The person must actually have changed.
And if thereâs one thing Trump has shown over and over in this election, itâs that in the last 30 years, through all his various flip-flopping and political posturing, the one thing that has been constant and unchanging to anyone with eyes and ears, is that he believes his character and actions are just fine.
Apparently so does Jerry Falwell Jr.
-- https://tinyurl.com/y4t5vojp (Jerry Falwell Jr. is a Disgrace to Liberty University and Should Resign)
Michael Lofgren is the person who came up with the term deep state for America anyway. Falwell and Friends have really corrupted the meaning of,