Veggie Tales Creator Phil Vischer, known in the discernment world for knocking creationists as a bunch of dummies, crediting his white privilege for the success of his show, and arguing that liberals and Democrats are the real pro-lifers who have been reducing abortion, and not the conservatives. Vischer believes that if people actually cared about bringing down the abortion rate, they would have supported the Biden-Harris ticket.
Now, during a recent podcast discussing the storming of Capitol Hill, Vischer promoted an upcoming event celebrating civil rights leader and notorious sex-pervert and pagan hedonist Martin Luther King Jr.
He expressed how it wasn’t until he was an adult that he realized not all Christians were white, and urged “white Christian”s to tune into the event which features almost exclusvely all-black participants so that they can pop their “white bubble.”
It’s a historic event with a different speaker each night looking at Dr. King’s “I have a dream” speech. through the lens of the scripture that runs throughout. Seriously. It sounds really cool. I grew up in a white Christian bubble, and I didn’t even notice it until I was well into adulthood and realized, ‘Oh wait! Not all Christians are white.’
Hey, white guys and gals. We need to burst our bubbles and let our non-white Christian brothers and sisters teach us a few things. The event is called “Remembering Dr. King. OUt of a mountain of despair, a stone of hope.’ ….pop your white bubble, and come learn some stuff.
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