Rev. Raphael Warnock is a pastor attempting to run for Senate in the state of Georgia as a Democrat. As you might have guessed, the “D” in his name is deciding more about his views on various things than his religion. It’s par for the course when it comes to Democrats who are “devout” in their religious beliefs.
They have no problem supporting abortion while claiming that they’re led only by their faith when it comes to the issues.
Warnock is no different. He supports abortion but had the gumption to accuse Republicans of “killing children” when the GOP tax cuts were passed in 2017.
“Herod is on the loose,” Warnock said of the cuts. “Herod is a cynical politician, who’s willing to kill children and kill the children’s health program in order to preserve his own wealth and his own power. Hope is in the air, but Herod is on the loose.”
He called Republicans “gangsters” and “thugs” for good measure.
This is the same Warnock who said that you can’t serve God and the military at the same time.
I’m not sure who Democrats are trying to fool but it’s hard for me not to think that all of this is a weak attempt at trying to alter the way we see Christianity. The issue for Democrats is that it’s not going to work.
The Bible makes God’s stance on quite a few subjects clear. For one, abortion isn’t suddenly going to become okay in the eyes of a Christian and those Christians that do support it are doing so against what is outlined in the Bible. Warnock, Biden, Pelosi, and all of these “devout” politicians aren’t going to fool anyone who takes their Christianity seriously into suddenly thinking Christ would be a greeter at Planned Parenthood.
Adultery and homosexuality aren’t suddenly going to become acceptable. Hatred of those who commit these sins will never be pardonable but no amount of cultural pressure will cause Christians to suddenly declare that two men in a relationship is okay with God. It’s not. He told us that and we can’t speak for him.
And herein lies the key point.
Democrats, be they politicians or activists, continuously try to speak for God in various ways. They push narratives about how, if Christ were here, He would be pushing for the latest Democrat agenda item. There’s also a running narrative that Jesus was a socialist.
He’s not as I explain here.
People like Warnock stand in front of congregations and declare that they’re delivering the word of God, but the word they deliver isn’t coming from the King of Kings.
This makes Warnock and anyone like him a huckster. A liar and a cheat. Someone who is profiting off of selling a knock-off kind of gospel that only pretends to be the real thing. Warnock is a fake Rolex.
It should be one of the most telling parts about how Warnock views you. He’s more political than he is religious, but he’ll push his politics on you and call it religion because it might just make you believe it more if he does. He’s standing on that same platform hoping it will elevate him into office.
But Christianity isn’t suddenly going to change. Warnock isn’t suddenly going to become the new way we look at Christianity. Only one has changed the way we worshiped God and he had to be capable of changing cosmic law first. Some huckster with a chip on his shoulder isn’t going to accomplish what only Christ can do.
One of my greatest hopes is that Warnock loses this race, not because I don’t want someone so blatantly terrible in office, but because it will be a message to the left that Christians aren’t going to be so easily fooled.