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Thursday, March 20, 2008

The Enslavement Of Black Liberation Theology

How long will Americans continue to embrace the Culture of Ignorance? Perhaps more than anything else, the Barack Obama campaign for president has brought to light the total disconnect with reality that permeates our cultural thinking -- a mindset that continues to enslave the unknowing. Using the recent Blog entry entitled Geraldo Rivera and the Laws We Live Under as a springboard, it is an undeniable fact that not only are all events in this realm brought about by initiating causes in the (Etheric) Field that surrounds all matter, but also the fact that the events we are presently experiencing, is the result of past actions and events -- giving new meaning to the saying that: He who is ignorant of the lessons of history, is destined to relive it. Further, that each person inherits the fruit of their own ways, is a reality that Christians fail to understand, because they have adopted the doctrines of a circus prostitute (see 10 Reasons Christians Reject The Pre-Existence of the Soul), and they possess absolutely no understanding of the teaching on the prison like reality that Jesus presented (see Prison). Speaking of the reality of this mental and spiritual prison that is often portrayed as the "outer darkness" of mind and being (see Outer Darkness), Jesus warned: “Thou shalt by no means come out from there, till thou hast paid the uttermost farthing” (Mat 5:26). And what this means is that a person or peoples will become stuck in a loop, maintained by the Laws of Action and ReAction -- Cause and Effect -- until they repent, change and make restitution for their ways that caused them to be cast into this spiritual prison. And this reality is the embodiment of the words: "Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap" (Gal 6:7 NKJ).

Perhaps a prime example of this prison reality is seen in the case of the pastor of Barack Obama who preaches racial hatred and anti-Americanism (see ). And, as has been pointed out, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright as well as black congregations across the United States has ascribed to the theology of men such as James Cone whose doctrines parallel that of radical Islam. Quoting the article: James Cone, who regard Jesus Christ as a "black messiah" and blacks as "the chosen people" who will only accept a god who assists their aim of destroying the "white enemy." "If God is not for us and against white people," writes Cone, "then he is a murderer, and we had better kill him. The task of black theology is to kill gods who do not belong to the black community."

In order to help these hate filled men and women, the most important question is: How did the thinking of these men get this way? In past lives, most of them were the very white slave owners that they hold the white race accountable for today. Thus, they not only became the race that they oppressed, but in the same way that as whites, they abused blacks, as blacks, they hate the white race. Further, their hatred of everything American, is the result of their being the very Confederate forces that opposed the Union with the same vehemence, that we can see in the words of men such as Jeremiah Wright today. Because they exploited blacks, they were born into this present life as African-Americans -- the very form of the people they oppressed and hated in the past. And because they fail to redeem themselves as blacks in the present -- blaming others for the conditions of their birth -- they will continue to switch back and forth from life to life, as aggressor and oppressed, until they see and redeem the error of their ways. And if the Rev. Wright had anything in common with the teachings of Jesus who taught to pray for those who persecute you -- never returning evil for evil -- forgiving those who would be indebted to you -- they would be preaching forgiveness instead of the doctrine of racial hatred. Once properly understood in light of the genuine teachings of Jesus, what the Sermon on the Mount basically is, is a means for those imprisoned, to get out of their self-imposed jail that is maintained by the Laws "...till thou hast paid the uttermost farthing” (Mat 5:26). But to release yourself from the Laws that imprison you, you must once again re-enter the vibration of mind and reality that caused your imprisonment. If you are a thief, then you must see the error of your ways when you are either a thief, or the victim of a thief when you pray for the soul of a thief. If you are a whore, a homosexual, a rapist, a murderer, or what ever in life is your cause of imprisonment, then you can only free yourself when you are in one of the positive or negative cycles that hold you in the loop of Action/Reaction, Cause and Effect. Instead of preaching the hatred of homosexuals, the Rev. Phelps (see ) should be praying for their redemption from the shackles that has caused these people to be born a homosexual. And in the same way that the Rev. Wright was in all likelihood a white slave owner in the past, the Rev. Phelps was a homosexual. And because they have both rejected the Wisdom of the teachings of Jesus which they claim to represent, each will again become what they persecute.

Using a rapist as an example: A rapist, will continue to loop in the positive and negative cycles of rapist and victim -- from life to life -- until which time the rapist sees the error of his ways as a rapist, or prays and forgives a rapist as a victim of rape. And this is true of all the conditions of life that most people despise. In the above case of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, his failure to repent from his own past as a white slave owner -- and the fact in the present, he blames the white race for his own evil that he perpetrated in his more distant past -- his rejection of the teachings of the Sermon on the Mount will continue to hold him in the karmic loop maintained by the Laws. Further, many of the congregation of believers who are praising his gospel of hatred that the Rev. Wright and others presently preach, were the very Confederate soldiers who opposed and fought the Union armies. What this means is that what today is known as Black Liberation Theology, will continue to enslave these souls in the future, until they begin to embrace the spiritual concepts of the Sermon on the Mount, and free themselves from the shackles of ignorance.

Brother Of Yeshua/Jesus


At 11:52 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

I thought I'd give this blog a read, but after only a paragraph into the posting, I realized that it was senseless to read the words of a person of little or no understanding. Even though these words were posted more than a year ago, the ignorance that spawned them cannot be ignored.

I have watched and heard all of the rhetoric of white christianity pretty much all f my life, and I have yet to hear anything from that particular theology that deals with the black experience in America. What they/you fail to understand that unless you have lived the black experience...unless you have eaten it and breathed it, you can never understand it. There is something that I have a problem with. Why is it that any time Black folk seek our history and identity that it's considered anti-American. Black Theology is just that, a theology that addresses the black experience. It is a theology that teaches Black people how to live. To call it racist is to admit that there are those in this nation whose sole intention is to "keep black people in their place." What are you people so afraid of? All w3e want is to live and to live according to the will of God. We want our communities to live, we want our families to live...we want to live for God. And if we are to live this llife we must be free. Seems like everyone is allowed to live free except people of color. Everywhere around the world you can see the traumatic effects of white theology on the lives of people of color.

Reverend Wright didn't say anything wrong, in fact he spoke truth and some people can't handle truth at all. Any person, or group that can do the things that white America has done to Black America for the past 300 plus years deserves to know that your days of racial abuse on black America are done, and long gone. You need to know that can abuse people the way you have abused Black America, should know that the chickens will soon come home to roost and God will indeed damn America if America doesn't change her ways.

much about the African American race that people don't understand


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