Dr. Voddie Baucham: The BEST Sermon You Will Ever Hear on the Social Justice False Gospel and What it is Doing to the Church

Dr. Baucham’s Book:Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe

The death of George Floyd at the hands of police in the summer of 2020 shocked the nation. As riots rocked American cities, Christians affirmed from the pulpit and in social media that “black lives matter” and that racial justice “is a gospel issue.”

But what if there is more to the social justice movement than those Christians understand? Even worse: What if they’ve been duped into preaching ideas that actually oppose the Kingdom of God?

In this powerful book, Voddie Baucham, a preacher, professor, and cultural apologist, explains the sinister worldview behind the social justice movement and Critical Race Theory—revealing how it already has infiltrated some seminaries, leading to internal denominational conflict, canceled careers, and lost livelihoods. Like a fault line, it threatens American culture in general—and the evangelical church in particular.

Whether you’re a layperson who has woken up in a strange new world and wonders how to engage sensitively and effectively in the conversation on race or a pastor who is grappling with a polarized congregation, this book offers the clarity and understanding to either hold your ground or reclaim it.

How Can I Be Saved?

Shalom B’Yeshua

MARANATHA!!

7 thoughts on “Dr. Voddie Baucham: The BEST Sermon You Will Ever Hear on the Social Justice False Gospel and What it is Doing to the Church

  1. At what point do we endorse a conservative view concerning social justice, while ignoring a ‘conservative’ teacher’s destructive views on children? While Baucham’s views on the social gospel might align with conservative scriptural world views, his view on the ‘doctrine of the child’ are absolutely repugnant. He calls children ‘vipers in diapers’ and advocates child-raising practices that will either create future victims, or future sociopathic abusers. As a home-school mother who was exposed to his almost worshipful status on all things RE child-raising, I am appalled that he is given an ear, a following. His parenting advice is destructive at best. So therefore, I simply cannot endorse his views on other subjects, given his horrific views of the basics, of family life, of children.

  2. (my apologies… I posted the comment last night and should have included the link. Thank you for so graciously bringing it to my attention) Link is in previous comment; it’s a rather long article, but well worth reading thoroughly.

    1. Lisa, thank you for providing this. It is appalling. I will leave up the two videos but will not use this man as a source again. I appreciated it so much that you brought this to my attention. Shalom and blessings to you in Yeshua.

      1. Steve

        I do not see a problem with the Child as viper writings. If you look at it through worldly eyes, it sounds awful, but if you read it biblically, I see no issue. Men are the leaders and should raise their children with a Heavenly view. This includes punishment. Children are born sinners and as we see in the world, if you send them out without training to be godly, they will not be. How many of us live lives that are comparable to what we see in the Bible? We are way too accepting of sin and most people are heading to hell. We all, including myself, need to model our lives after Jesus instead of others we see sitting in pews.

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