EP # 103 | The Church of BLM

By Darrell Harrison & Virgil Walker

In this "freestyle" episode, Darrell and Virgil ("Omaha") discuss some of the fundamental doctrines that guide the organization Black Lives Matter and how those beliefs are more resemblant of a "church" with its own religion than a political entity seeking social justice.   Resources Related episodes EP # 013 | Cultural Marxism and Public Education EP # 039 | Christian Socialism EP # 045 | Social Justice & the Gospel EP # 062 | A Biblical Theology of Socialism EP # 082 | A Socialist Savior EP # 093 | A Biblical Theology of the Role of Government EP # 102 | Black Lives Matter? Related blog articles Equity or Equality? by Darrell B. Harrison The Subjective Indignation of the Social Justice Movement by Darrell B. Harrison Related external media Black Lives Matter Vision for Black Lives (BLM policy demands manifesto)  The Agenda of Black Lives Matter is Far Different From the Slogan - New York Post BLM Co-founder Describes Herself as 'Trained Marxist' - New York Post Karl Marx vs. Charles Spurgeon: An Epic Struggle for the Souls of Men in 19th-Century London - Larry Taunton --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podcast-just/support

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