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By Thomas Littleton - Posted at Thirty Pieces of Silver:



I am a Southern baptist and a “street ” evangelist for the last 42 years . This simply means that most of my time in ministry has been focused outward and not on the day to day happenings inside the church structures like the denominations and seminaries . However 2009-2010 brought a disturbing awareness of compromises deep within those structures and among popular leaders as a drastic shift was taking place .This shift became a painful and personal reality to me.

The church in America is in DEEP trouble . Many no longer hear the true Gospel from our pulpits. Social change has replaced transformed lives . Equity and Justice echo from our pulpits like false prophets at Jezebels alters of BAAL .The house of God is scheduled to become nothing more than a hub of community development, dispensing social equity and social services. This is not a joke.

It does not matter if you are reformed Presbyterian or a traditional Southern Baptist or are a member of an independent community or bible church .We have all been invaded and infiltrated on a level not seen before in American history . If you are simply a Biblical Christian by conviction and your conviction holds fast in the way you raise your family- engage the world around you and how you vote- then YOU ARE UNDER ASSAULT! I want to explain what I know of this infiltration and how it is happening and what ,if anything can be done about it ? At least knowledge is power in protecting your faith and your family.


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