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Posted by on Jun 14, 2018 in At TMV, Bigotry, Religion | 0 comments

Flying Pigs Get Religion

Post edited by author to remove inflammatory content.

Flying pigs have gotten religion. That is one way to interpret a story published by on 06/11/18.

States the story, “A Georgia church was expelled from the Southern Baptist Convention on Monday over charges of racism. The convention’s executive committee voted to withdraw fellowship from Raleigh White Baptist Church during its morning meeting in Dallas, said Roger S. Oldham, the committee’s spokesman.”

Once upon a time, pigs would fly before the Southern Baptist Convention would have expelled a church for racism. That’s because the SBC was born out of racism.

By its own admission, the SBC originated in sin. The original Southern Baptists embraced the anti-black racism that was a part of the Southern heritage. Over time, the SBC repented of the sin of racism that brought the SBC into existence. Two years ago, the SBC went so far as to proclaim that Christians should stop displaying Confederate flags.

It is not surprising that the expelled church still displays the mentality of the original Southern Baptists. Way too many people in the USA have been taught a pseudo-history about the U.S. Civil War, a pseudo-history which says that the 19th-Century Confederacy had just cause to be formed.

No, it didn’t.


“Convinced that their way of life, based on slavery, was irretrievably threatened by the election of Pres. Abraham Lincoln (November 1860), the seven states of the Deep South (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Texas) seceded from the Union during the following months. When the war began with the firing on Fort Sumter (April 12, 1861), they were joined by four states of the upper South (Arkansas, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia).”

Anyway, the Southern Baptist Convention is to be commended for fighting against the very sin that the SBC originally championed.

Side Note: In the USA, people have the right to display the Confederate Battle Flag on their private property if they so choose, and this blogger defends that right.