Social Justice Chickens Will Come Home to Roost

Op-Ed:  When clergy knowingly become involved in an unscriptural heresy called Social Justice, they have sinned against God.  It does not matter what denomination is tainted by this false theology, the results will be the same.  The Bible says there will be a falling away from God’s truth, which many believe is taking place now:  "Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition" (2 Thessalonians 2:3).

Worldly-minded ministers who get caught up in this "progressive" movement do so for many reasons, including power and political gain.  They knowingly misrepresent the Word, and do not appropriately tend their congregations. Among other things, they’re intentionally obsessing their parishioners with Mother Earth (environmentalism).

God sent His Son to save the human race from sin.  He died so that we could have life eternal with Him.  It is an individual decision not a collective enforcement.

Unfortunately, progressive pastors are not interested in being about their Father’s business of saving souls for Christ’s sake.  They are very content to let big government dole out "social justice" and provide greenhouse churches to worship complete with solar panels and all.  Such slothful and unconsecrated frauds will eventually stand before the Throne of God and answer to the Almighty for leading others astray and not teaching the everlasting gospel.

The unrepentant pastors will find that their chickens have come home to roost.  They’ll reap what they have sown: "For, behold, the day cometh, that shall burn as an oven; and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble: and the day that cometh shall burn them up, saith the LORD of hosts, that it shall leave them neither root nor branch" (Malachi 4:1).

These false pastors embedded within America’s churches want to destroy the gospel of Christ and replace it with Marxism.  They are pandering a scheme that involves big government programs and a myriad of things that have nothing to do with the command to finish the work and preach the Good News.

God’s relationship with man is one of love.  He wishes for us to obey Him freely through love. The Almighty gave mankind the gift of free will and the knowledge of how Christians should relate to each other, including the poor.  Jesus never said give more money to Rome to provide for the poor.

Americans are good and generous people who have always risen to meet the needs of the poor.  We entrust our churches with our tithes and offerings.  We give freely of our time and money to charitable organizations.  The Bible does not mention one word about forced redistribution of wealth, or intrusive government programs for bringing about coercive "social justice."

Charity is a desirable human tendency that comes from our relationship with our Lord.  It’s an action God never forces.  God "loves a cheerful giver."  However, the Obama administration has enticed some well-known denominations with "pay for play."  Become a lover of the Green Earth and your church will receive special favors.

Our government plans to bypass Congress through administrative edicts of the EPA.  And if your church embraces climate change — well, let’s say good things will happen.  At the peril of the entire country, progressive churches will promote Cap and Trade.  Yes, Democrats want Christians and others faiths to become titillated about saving the globe.

While all this clever chicanery is going on, however, Christians are to be led by God’s Holy Spirit.  We’re to live a righteous life — to be set apart.  All believers need to understand their role in the world.  We are the children of light. We’re not to be led by those who try to bring us into bondage and spiritual darkness.

Recently, writer Erik Rush addressed the growing movement of progressive socialists among those professing Christianity.  Below are excerpts from his article "The apostasy of ‘social justice Christians‘":

"Revelations concerning people who call themselves ‘social justice Christians’ have recently become a cause célèbre among conservative commentators. Initially, I was disinclined to tackle the subject, since there have been several worthwhile articles and programs addressing it as of late. However, since the phenomenon so closely resembles another upon which I have expounded with regularity, I reasoned that some elucidation thereupon would be accommodating to civic-minded Americans.

"’Social justice Christians‘ are those who profess Christianity, but who adhere to politically entrenched concepts of equality and redistribution of wealth. These ideas are ostensibly rooted in their faith, but in truth, they have been incrementally and insidiously insinuated into many American churches by Marxists, progressive politicians, and pastors whose religion has been tainted by the aforementioned parties.

"How can this be? Well, through the misrepresentation of Gospel messages in the areas of charity and egalitarianism, such Christians have been led to believe that:
•    Government has a right to enforce religious doctrines (such as those of charity and egalitarianism); and
•    Jesus Christ, as a threat to the existing paradigm, was the "first radical" and essentially commanded this in His teachings.

"A preposterous extrapolation, to be sure, but that’s what they espouse. And of course, government only has the right to enforce the religious doctrines of which these folks and their leaders happen to approve.

"Organizations such as the Sojourners (founded by communist ‘reverend’ Jim Wallis) and other SJC entities have been flexing their collective muscle since the election of Barack Obama as president. Most recently, a public service announcement campaign led by the Hollywood Adventist Church (don’t laugh; this is serious stuff) via New Name Pictures and entitled "I’m a Social Justice Christian" hit the Web, provoking the condemnation of those who, well, see social justice Christianity for what it is.

"Why do I bring this up now — other than because social justice groups have been flexing that muscle lately? Because the methodology in play is precisely how the left corrupted the black community — through their pastors and their churches. In the 1960s, the church was still the bulwark of the black community. Marxists subverted black pastors, then interwove their (social justice) dogma into the Gospel.

"It is the same creed that destroyed black families and the character of black Americans; now, the political left is mobilizing deluded Christians in the general population to do their malevolent bidding. President Obama’s "organizers" are capitalizing on the raw sensitivities of a largely white middle-class subgroup that has been browbeaten with charges of racism for years.

"According to SJ Christians, in addition to oppressing minorities (though it remains a mystery as to precisely how), we are destroying the planet; these issues must be addressed decisively and with all due speed — by the federal government. First, it was necessary to advance the notion that the Earth’s atmosphere was going to flash off into space imminently, hence the climate-change fear-mongering.

"In addition to the discredited (and therefore dubious) evidence supporting climate-change theory, adherents to "environmental justice" wholly ignore the fact that we have managed to engineer automobiles that are exponentially more fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly than those produced in the 1970s, when the last environmental panic occurred. American industry has done likewise across the board, and environmental consciousness and our sense of stewardship of the Earth is at record levels across the political spectrum in America." Full Article

When Christians become aware that their own denominations have been infiltrated by progressives, they’ll probably not get very far contacting the church’s conference offices or hierarchy. Those in charge are most likely involved and will simply turn a deaf ear.  Most of Christendom will worsen as liberal ideas — such as same sex marriage, global warming, and evolution — continue to creep into the church.

When godly people of faith see the changes taking place, it’s time to leave and start afresh in a church where the Word is not being compromised. I’m afraid there will be very few places where a soul can find refuge, yet God will always have a people who will hear His voice.

And as President Barack Obama proceeds to purposely destroy America, he wants to create a new paradigm that will eventually diminish Christianity, so our country can continue down the path of secularism, along with a thrashed interpretation of our Constitution.

Our nation is being taken apart, inside out, by radical forces who abuse their powers.  Obama and his Democrat cronies are seeking to destroy America and then rebuild it in their own image.  The president has ignored the will of the people, and has forced upon every citizen an insidious socialized healthcare plan.  Social Justice Christians stood by his side, aware of the ugly outcome of his actions.

Resolve now to vote them out of office. Let us begin humbly but boldly, as we move ever forward. We will take back the country, a nation founded upon Judeo-Christian beliefs.

Related Readings:

American Thinker: What Exactly is ‘Social Justice’?

American Thinker: The Ugly Side of Social Justice

About the author: 

Marie Jon is a political/religious-based writer and founder of — a sister website to RenewAmerica.  Marie’s writings have appeared on many sites, including,, The Huffington Post, and The Wall Street, to name a few. Marie brings a refreshing and spirited point of view that is reflected in her writings. Marie is a nurse, a lay student of the Bible, and a patriot. She is an advocate for American troops serving abroad, as well as the Blue and Gold Star Mothers of America and their families.