Orange Antichrist Has Deepened Divide Between White and Black Evangelicals

The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., once said “It is appalling that the most segregated hour of Christian America is eleven o`clock on Sunday morning.”

Decades later that proverb still rings true, when the church bells ring, Christians congregate in churches to worship the Almighty with believers who share their interpretation of the Christian faith, and more importantly their skin color.

Diversity may prevail in the workplace, gym, and places of business and entertainment, but most Americans only feel comfortable worshiping God in segregated churches.

This situation is tragic considering that Christianity promised to do away with gender, racial and class distinctions that divide us:

Galatians 3:28 King James Version (KJV)

There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.

Donald Trump has exacerbated the racial divide in the evangelical church.

Black and brown evangelicals are dismayed and exasperated by white evangelicals` infatuation with a blatant racist, misogynist and homophobic buffoon. Since the election the bond between white evangelicals and Trump has only hardened:

White evangelical Protestants continue to approve of President Donald Trump at about twice the rate of the general public, according to a recent survey by the Public Religion Research Institute. Indeed, the figure is at an all-time high, with some 75 percent expressing a positive view as of March.

How can evangelicals of color be expected to break bread with white evangelicals who overlook, if not outright condone, Trump`s blatant racism out of political expediency?

The rift between white evangelicals and evangelicals of color is irreversible, as an Hispanic I`d rather fellowship with a UFO cult than visit a white evangelical church.

Eleven Sunday morning will continue to be the most segregated hour as long as white evangelicals remain enthralled by the orange Antichrist.

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Fetus Captured on Ultrasound Flashing Sign of the Horns! Antichrist?

A Utah couple are preparing to welcome what might be the state`s most metal baby after an ultrasound image captured the fetus flashing the sign of the horns.

Makelle and Jared Ahlin of Santaquin said they were looking at ultrasound images of the fetus, whose sex is as of yet known, when they noticed the baby had the fingers on one hand arranged in the sign of the horns, a gesture commonly associated with rock `n` roll, particularly heavy metal.


The couple was so enraptured by the image that they posted in on Facebook, the funky fetus is now a star on the Internet.

I`m glad mom and dad aren`t born again Christians, or else the baby might be welcomed into the world by an exorcist instead of a pediatrician.

What would you do if an ultrasound image revealed that your unborn child was flashing the sign of the devil? Would you prepare to baptize him in holy water as soon as he was born, or would you stock up on Mettalica onesies for your little rocker?

Rock on little dude! Rock on!

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Outrage: Donald Trump Receives Standing Ovation at a Christian Church! Video!

“President-elect Donald Trump and future first lady Melania Trump received a standing ovation Christmas Eve when they arrived unannounced at a church service.

Trump attended a Christmas Eve church service at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, a historic church just a short drive from his Mar-a-Lago Estate in South Florida.

They sat in the fourth row, with secret service agents seated in the rows in front of him and behind, according to the Palm Beach Post.”

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The President-elect should be treated cordially whenever he makes a public appearance, whether it`s at a sporting event, political rally or a church service.
But for Trump to be greeted with a raucous cheers and a standing ovation at a Christian church is an abomination and an affront to the Almighty.

Trump`s life is the antithesis of Christianity — he embodies the seven deadly sins: Lust, gluttony, greed, laziness, wrath, envy and pride.

Even the devil himself should be welcomed at a Christian church, but to treat Trump like the Messiah is exceedingly unseemly and sacrilegious.

It`s manifest, even to a non-religious person, that the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea worships worldly success and celebrity, and not Jesus Christ.

My guess is that the only person this church would welcome more warmly is the Antichrist himself.

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