Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, Founder and President of Blackchristiannews.com (BCNN1.com), and Author of Bestselling Books Letters to Young Black Men, Letters to Young Black Women, and When Black Preachers Preach Volumes 1, 2, and 3, and who is already under severe attack from Black Lives Matter supporters, homosexual supporters, and those who believe in women being over men in the church and in the family, and, yes, some of these enemies are in his own family, lovingly asks Bro. Keith Moore, Beth Moore’s husband, and Dr. Russell Moore, a dear friend of Beth Moore, to prayerfully consider asking Beth Moore, who he believes is a truly saved woman, to withdraw from this unnecessary and incendiary conference because it is not going to help her ministry, it is not going to help the black church or the black community, and neither is it going to help the white church or the white community. He knows this sounds paternalistic; but Whyte says, so be it. Whyte believes it is just going to create more anger and confusion and add another piece of wood to the upcoming civil war fire.
Whyte believes this is not going to help Beth Moore’s ministry because it will only make her look like the proverbial white woman who betrays her race and white men. Neither does Whyte believe that Dr. Russell Moore or Dr. Tony Evans would want to mix it up with these fellows like this, but they can, and they can do it much better than Mrs. Beth Moore. But Whyte doubts whether or not they were even invited even though they are ready scribes, and these guys know it, and either one of them would eat their lunch.
Further, what the devil is trying to do through Beth Moore who has been taught better, is to use her to try to use racism as a Trojan horse to bring into the mix her rebelliousness against what the Bible teaches that a woman ought not to usurp the authority of a man in the church and in the home just like Black Lives Matter uses racism as a Trojan horse to bring into the church the demonic abomination of homosexuality, so-called homosexual marriage, and hatred towards men being the head of households.
If they really want to attempt to be helpful, Whyte suggests they change the conference name to “Time to Wake up: Racism in the Church and Not Just in the White Church.” For he suggests that any black church that supports Black Lives Matter, also supports a more subtle form of racism that supports such foolishness as so-called ‘black only clubs,’ ‘black spaces,’ and ‘white privilege,’ etc. Black Lives Matter is also against the nuclear family where the man is the head of the household over the wife and children. BLM also supports the abomination of homosexuality. BLM also supports hating the authority of the police.
Quite frankly, even though Whyte obviously loves being black and loving and helping black people, white people, brown people, and yellow people, too, as a Christian minister of God, he can do no less; he would rather deal with a white racist than with a black or white homosexual, a black or white woman who hates male authority, and a black or white person who hates the authority of the police. In fact, after sixty-two years of life, he is more likely to call the police on this crowd over a white racist because he has more trouble with this crowd, and he cannot line up with this crowd as a Christian minister.
He believes that the majority of born-again black Christians and even the majority of born-again white Christians are sick and tired of this constant foolishness about race. He says born-again because he truly believes that if there is any white person in the church who hates black people, that person is lost and on his or her way to hell; also he believes that if there is any black person in the church who hates white people, that person is lost and on his or her way to hell. And as he said before, some white people and some black people in the church use the issue of race as hypocrites straining at a gnat and swallowing a camel to appear like they are doing something important when they are actually covering up a whole host of other sins in their lives.
And, yes, he has experienced white racism as a black man even from a white police officer, but because of Jesus Christ in his life, God led him to handle those instances in a wise and respectful manner as did Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. when he dealt with far worse back in the day, and most times after doing so, the police officer did not even give Whyte a ticket. Also, he has experienced black-on-black racism as a black man from the proverbial bitter and angry black woman at the bank who smiles at the white customer and says, “Yes, sir” and “No, sir.” But when he got up to the counter he got from the same black woman bank teller “What do you need?” with attitude when he was wearing a suit and tie just like the white man.
Even though his heart goes out to young black men and women who have been killed and their families, he believes what needs to happen is white racist police officers, young black men and young black women and their families all need to come to Jesus and get saved and their parents need to teach the young black men and young black women to respect authority because, believe it or not, due to the foolishness that Black Lives Matter has produced in this country of hating all police officers and not just the bad ones, and wanting to cut their pay, these police officers are not going to try and raise your children anymore. They are going to man-handle your children and arrest your children to get them under control. They are not going to do your disrespectful son or daughter as an older white police officer did me in a deep-South little town in Georgia nearly forty years ago around 3:00 o’clock in the morning when he came back to the car with a ticket and respectfully said, “Son, I am going to teach you how to operate a motor vehicle on the highways of Georgia.”
CRT advocate Jemar Tisby is joining forces with Beth Moore and Beth Allison Barr for a conference at George W. Truett Theological Seminary on February 16-18, where they will speak on how to ‘confront racism in the white church’ and ‘seek God’s justice.’ Other speakers will include Vann Newkirk, II, the Senior Editor of The Atlantic, and Mia Moody-Ramirez, Department Chair & Professor of Journalism, Public Relations, and New Media, Baylor University.
Sadly, there is no possible world in which this conference will illuminate a single soul or do anything other than chum the waters of racial intolerance by throwing a few fish heads to the progressive faithful.
To recap two of the keynote speakers and their troubling history on race and commitment to justice: