Former Pulpit & Pen contributor Kofi Adu-Boahen recently slammed Protestia as “not the voices the church needs,” but Sovereign Nations’ Michael O’Fallon begs to differ, pointing out that P&P was out front in exposing the current liberal drift and Critical Race Theory in the church (video below).
On June 7th, JD Hall mocked Kofi on Twitter, suggesting in a reply that Kofi could take a flight back to England (Kofi is British, for the record), leading many readers who were unaware of the personal nature or history behind their relationship to wonder why JD seemed to be picking on Kofi out of nowhere. Most readers didn’t even know Kofi used to minister alongside the P&P team.
After the Twitter spat escalated, JD announced a plan to discuss the issue on Polemics Report (which is never published fast enough for the Twitter mob). Kofi flippantly asked to participate in the podcast via Twitter, then backed out once we offered to send him the information, insulting us in the process:
Kofi then blocked several people who encouraged him to reconcile (including me), before apologizing to Twitter for “responding in kind” while continuing to attack us. I’m still waiting for my apology, but I’m not holding out hope.
For the record, I had no idea what the history between them was until I heard it on the podcast. Yet Kofi blocked me simply because I work with JD (guilt by association, ironically the underlying mechanism of the CRT Kofi claimed he was falsely charged with supporting). My only interaction with Kofi prior to this was my response to his January tweet where he maligned me and every other faithful minister at Protestia. Prior to that I simply followed him on Twitter, where I was quite honestly edified by what he wrote and shared. Once Kofi blocked me (and tried to characterize it as taking the high road), I called him a coward and said blocking me was a sign of guilt. I stand by this assessment.
My goal in this article is not to continue to give Kofi a hard time – JD’s issues with him are none of my particular business. My goal is to lay out this episode for the record and (possibly) encourage people to not be so quick to judge.
And also to remind readers of Protestia that these are the voices the church needs, even if we come across as mean sometimes. As JD is fond of saying, truth is always loving and lies are always hateful.
The full podcast, where JD reveals the background behind his issues with Kofi:
Full Ep. 26 of The Causes of Things at Sovereign Nations, where Michael O’Fallon credits JD Hall and others with being out front in exposing the wokeism and the liberalism currently engulfing modern evangelicalism:
I’m still more than happy to talk to Kofi and get his side of things. All he has to do is unblock me and reach out.
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