Into the Pray

Black Lives Matter & Premier Christianity (feat. David Robertson)

May 14, 2021 Season 3 Episode 35
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Black Lives Matter & Premier Christianity (feat. David Robertson)
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Into the Pray
Black Lives Matter & Premier Christianity (feat. David Robertson)
May 14, 2021 Season 3 Episode 35

Greetings Everyone!

[Quick notice: We have a new film in the pipeline, a piece of content that we have no doubt is extremely important for the Body of Christ at large. We're needing some help with the practicalities/financial costs associated, so if you would like to help with this, to make it happen, and get more info ahead of release, please feel free to drop us a line. We very much value your interest/support.]

For our normal Friday episode of Into the Pray this week, we're grateful to have spoken again to our friend, David Robertson, (aka. The Wee Flea).

Today we talk about the disgraceful conduct of Premier Christianity in March of this year when an article David had been asked to write by their editor, Sam Hailes, was ignominiously removed and "repented" for by the wokerati of the mainstream christian magazine.

Supported by the wider UK evangelical "church", this indiscriminate penchant for Black Lives Matter - irrespective of their demonic roots in pro-choice,  anti-Christ propaganda - is surely a profound symptom of very serious spiritual sickness.

This treatment of David as a faithful writer for Premier Christianity over years is further evidence of the gross lack of prophetic unction within the mainstream evangelical "church" and a sure pointer of the godless trajectory that many evangelical churches are on.

You can read David's article about this incident here.

You can read my response to the limp-wristedness of Premier Christianity and my own disagreement with the same editor, here and here.

You can watch this episode of Into the Pray via YouTube here.

Please do consider sharing this podcast to your networks.

Also if you would like to help support this podcast and the wider work we're pioneering, including efforts to improve our podcast videos, we would be very grateful as we increasingly find ourselves at capacity in more ways than one. You can give here. 

Come, Lord Jesus!

Love

N&M x

Show Notes

Greetings Everyone!

[Quick notice: We have a new film in the pipeline, a piece of content that we have no doubt is extremely important for the Body of Christ at large. We're needing some help with the practicalities/financial costs associated, so if you would like to help with this, to make it happen, and get more info ahead of release, please feel free to drop us a line. We very much value your interest/support.]

For our normal Friday episode of Into the Pray this week, we're grateful to have spoken again to our friend, David Robertson, (aka. The Wee Flea).

Today we talk about the disgraceful conduct of Premier Christianity in March of this year when an article David had been asked to write by their editor, Sam Hailes, was ignominiously removed and "repented" for by the wokerati of the mainstream christian magazine.

Supported by the wider UK evangelical "church", this indiscriminate penchant for Black Lives Matter - irrespective of their demonic roots in pro-choice,  anti-Christ propaganda - is surely a profound symptom of very serious spiritual sickness.

This treatment of David as a faithful writer for Premier Christianity over years is further evidence of the gross lack of prophetic unction within the mainstream evangelical "church" and a sure pointer of the godless trajectory that many evangelical churches are on.

You can read David's article about this incident here.

You can read my response to the limp-wristedness of Premier Christianity and my own disagreement with the same editor, here and here.

You can watch this episode of Into the Pray via YouTube here.

Please do consider sharing this podcast to your networks.

Also if you would like to help support this podcast and the wider work we're pioneering, including efforts to improve our podcast videos, we would be very grateful as we increasingly find ourselves at capacity in more ways than one. You can give here. 

Come, Lord Jesus!

Love

N&M x