Voddie Baucham warns religious broadcasters on gay agenda

It goes without saying that we need more African American pastors to speak  boldly, clearly and with conviction on homosexuality. And we know that the are lots of not so hidden reasons why they don’t.  Nevertheless, Texas Pastor Voddie Baucham used a speaking opportunity at the National Religious Broadcasters‘ annual convention in Nashville to educate attendees on an open air threat.

From the Christian Post, Baucham laid bare the homosexual agenda and strongly cautioned broadcasters to fight against it.

The African-American minister pointed out that Christian broadcasters feel the need to apologize several times to the public before speaking about homosexuality on their shows. They will try to prove they don’t hate gay people by saying they have many gay friends or gay family members, he said.

“The reason is the homosexuals have effectively co-opted blackness…to where now, we actually believe gay is the new black and we actually believe homosexual marriage is a civil rights issue,” he explained.

He stressed, however, that being gay is not the same as being black.

“I’m insulted that people equate not just a sinful behavior but a behavior that’s a special category of sin called abomination with the level of melanin in my skin,” he said.

That discomfort, according to Baucham, is an intentional result of an aggressive homosexual agenda that started over 2 decades ago.

In case you didn’t know, the tactics of the political homosexual movement are aped to perfection by the religious homosexual movement. They’ve become quite predictable, yet far too many people are still in a fog about it. While he was at it, Baucham should have slapped the gcm a couple of times, but he probably isn’t fully aware of just how serious the situation is within the church. The tactics? Let us count the ways.

“The campaign was a three-prong approach involving “desensitizing,” “jamming,” and “conversion,” he explained.

Desensitizing meant getting homosexuality in front of the culture in attractive forms such as portraying a gay character in a movie to be the smartest and best-dressed character. Jamming is about equating the idea of being against homosexuality with the idea of being a Nazi or a member of the KKK in order to breed discomfort among people who don’t accept homosexuality. Conversion is getting people to advance their cause.

Baucham provided several examples of how this strategy is carried out by not just homosexual activists but by black leaders, judges, business leaders, and religious leaders.

He lamented that black leaders were providing “cover” for homosexual activists to play the “race card” instead of giving a legitimate reason for their demands.

To religious leaders, he cautioned them against falling victim to three common attacks in the homosexual agenda: the ad hominem attack, the question-begging logic and genetic fallacy.

With the ad hominem attack, homosexual activists attack the man and label them a “homophobe” or “bad person” and with the question-begging logic tactic they only assume gay marriage is a fundamental right without ever proving it. Genetic fallacy is used when homosexual activists say, “you are using your religion to impose your morality on me,” thereby rejecting the argument simply based on where it comes from, not based on the logic of that argument.”

We’ve seen these very same tactics attempted here on this blog time and time again by religious homosexuals and their sell out allies. Educate yourself and don’t become a victim of ignorance at the hands of people whose are spiritually blind and full of wickedness and hatred for the truth of Jesus Christ.

Read the entire story at the Christian Post.

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8 thoughts on “Voddie Baucham warns religious broadcasters on gay agenda

  1. On the Internet there is actually a 10 point plan (or something similar) of the Homosexual agenda to project their choice onto America.

  2. This agenda wants to cut off the prophetic voice of the church. The church must continue to speakout loud in holy boldness and unashamed of the truth of the Gospel of the Kingdom.

    Good for Voddie Baucham for speaking up.

  3. There are more black voices that are out there and they must be discovered. Without a doubt it is past time to pray and preach against this ungodly agenda. Little do we realize that sexual sins hidden in pastoral leadership opened the door for this. It is clear that we must stand and continue to preach the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ. The agenda is clear. To silence the righteousness of God in Christ and manufacture another form of powerless godliness. Without controversy, sin is sin. Sin is inconsistent with God’s character of Holy. Just ask any practicing sexually immoral sinner if they would be comfortable committing a sinful act right in front of the throne of God, right in heaven.

  4. quote-“I’m insulted that people equate not just a sinful behavior but a behavior that’s a special category of sin called abomination with the level of melanin in my skin,” he said.

    Ok. What does he think of black gay people though? Many black gay people feel today feel they are discriminated against for being black and for being gay.

    quote-“The reason is the homosexuals have effectively co-opted blackness…to where now, we actually believe gay is the new black and we actually believe homosexual marriage is a civil rights issue,” he explained.

    I disagree. To me it seems that Americans are starting to feel a true empathy for making the lives of gays so painful. (ie. bullying, discrimination, killing in some parts of the world) Perhaps the gay teen suicides, that many Americans use to sweep under the rug like it didn’t happen, has finally started to make in impact with their growing numbers. True. The media makes it seem like most gays are white but that’s because blacks are a minority. I’m curious if the experts were to break down the numbers of those who identify as gay by race, what would they get? I guess they would find the same numbers but I am only guessing. Such a survey would likely be useless perhaps because of what I feel is a very strong taboo feeling within the black community on homosexuality. His statement brings up so many questions, too many for me to write about here, that many likely ignore but are no less significant. Fascinating.

  5. Benny doing a survey on race has no bearing on his point. Whether you are black or white, equating race with SIN is perversion of thought.
    So all of your musings are moot.

    And gay people experience discrimination no more or no less than any other citizen group in this country. They just scream louder and more often with 100% drama about it. That gives an appearance that they are super victims.

  6. I am glad you responded to that Pastor Foster, because some folks seem to have the desire to remain in confusion.

    We must continue to contend for the faith. Keep up th good work!

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