We Cannot Take Cultural Marxist
Terms and Use Them in a Christian Way
by Stuart DiNenno
I wish Christians would get this through their thick skulls:
We cannot take Cultural Marxist terms such as “racism,” “sexism,” “homophobia,” “antisemitism,” “xenophobia,” etc. and use them in a Christian way. We cannot use words that were invented by Anti-Christian Jewish Marxists to express concepts which were specifically designed to undermine Christian morality and unity, but apply them in such a way that they are expressing Christian concepts of righteousness or evil. They will always carry with them the meanings that their Satanic authors meant them to carry and which the other Anti-Christs have drilled into the minds of the public, including probably 99% of professing Christians, through incessant propaganda. It is a fool’s errand to think that we can ever hope to redefine any of them for Christian use or apply them in such a way that they further the cause of Christ, and yet I see some otherwise faithful Christians regularly using some of these terms as if they are valid.
Protestants have vehemently condemned Roman Catholics for centuries because of their syncretism. That is, the mingling of pagan beliefs and practices with Christian beliefs and practices. But if we incorporate into our moral code concepts such as “racism,” “sexism,” “homophobia,” “antisemitism,” “xenophobia,” etc., all of which are in opposition to biblical concepts of right and wrong, then we are creating a synthesis of Christian morality and Anti-Christian pseudo-morality that is far worse than anything the Romanists have ever done, because we have manufactured a moral code that thoroughly distorts the law of God.
One exemplar of such nonsense is Voddie Baucham, who uses the term “racism” as if it is a valid concept by which Christians can judge other Christians, and also makes the idiotic claim that “race is a social construct,” all while purporting to expose Cultural Marxism. In case the light bulb in your mind has not already flashed on and you have not seen the inconsistency here, I have news for you: Judging others by the concept of “racism” and asserting that our racial identity is only an invention that proceeded from the brain of man, are themselves foundational Cultural Marxist strategies for fostering an egalitarian worldview, creating disunity among whites, and promoting miscegenation and mass immigration to the destruction of historically Christian nations. To claim that one is preaching against Cultural Marxism while he is simultaneously promoting such concepts, is hypocrisy of the highest degree.
We cannot allow the perverse concepts of Anti-Christs to infect our minds through the use of their language, much less can we allow such language to be used as weapons against our own people. I firmly believe that any man who condemns other Christians according to any of the aforementioned terms should be brought under church discipline and then excommunicated if he continues to do so. And those in the ministry who advance such concepts, by whatever means, ought to be swiftly removed from office.