Barack Obama’s Church Recommended Book Calls for Race War

Here is one of the books recommended by Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, aka Barack Obama’s home church.


Here are some quotes from the book:

“Black Power seeks not understanding but conflict; addresses blacks and not whites; seeks to develop black support, but not white good will.” [Black Theology and Black Power,” Page 16.

‘People should love each other’ sounds like Riis Park at sundown. It has very little meaning to the world at large.” [Black Theology and Black Power, Page 135]

“To be Christian is to be one of those whom God has chosen. God has chosen black people!” [Black Theology and Black Power, pp. 139-140]

“The Christian does not decide between violence and nonviolence, evil and good. He decides between the less and the greater evil.” [Black Theology and Black Power, Page 143]

“Whether the American system is beyond redemption we will have to wait and see. But we can be certain that black patience has run out, and unless white America responds positively to the theory and activity of Black Power, then a bloody, protracted civil war is inevitable.” [Black Theology and Black Power, Page 143]

And this is just a sample. This is what is taught at Obama’s “church” which he whole heartily supported for over 20 years. He said of church pastor Rev. Wright, “I could not disown him anymore than my own white grandmother.” (He disowned him a week later.)

There will be good minded people voting for one of the most divisive Presidents in history on Tuesday. God help us.

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