Bryan Loritts accuses white reformers of being racist??

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  1. Christos doulos

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    http://www.fellowshipmemphis.org/bryanloritts/?p=134

    I do believe he just referred to those few blacks (moi), who fully embrace the reformed faith...errrrr....or should I say,"white idolization" as "uncle toms"
     
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    I think it would only be racist if the whites told the blacks "We'll let your doctrinal aberrations slide because you're black".
     
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    isn't the person calling reformed racists also guilty of same thing that he accuses white reformed of being?
     
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    I am REALLY tired of blacks picking on each other because some might be considered too white!

    What is wrong with agreeing to a principle, doctrine, view, political platform, because it is right and not by who may or may not be associated.

    I honestly think that among the black community there are more racists than the contemporary whites. The typical racist black has no regard for the high educational achievement that some in their race have made, and yet are some of the first to point to black high achievers of the past as put down by the white.

    I sure am glad Christ bled red blood!
     
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    As far back as we can go, blacks have always embraced the Reformed Faith.

    But is there such a thing as theological imperialism? Yes.
     
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    He should know better that that. There are blacks who would consider him a "tom" because he worships a "white" Jesus.
     
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    UPDATE: It seems Bryan Loritts took down his blog. I pray that he didn't take it down because of the flak he received, but that the Holy Spirit convicted him and his heart was changed.

    Here is his piece in The Christian Post in cased you missed it.

    Reformed Crowd Asked to Repent for Attacking TD Jakes

    http://www.christianpost.com/news/reformed-crowd-asked-to-repent-for-attacking-td-jakes-68072/

     
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    What is intersting in this is that TD Jakes actually teaches God is Modualistic, as he belongs to church that holds that God has been father/Son.HS at different times, same person, different name!
     

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