Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s Successor Dr. Otis Moss III on Marriage Equality [VIDEO]
Thanks to one of our faithful readers for sending us this video of Trinity United Church of Christ of Chicago which was the former church of Rev. Jeremiah Wright. As our reader stated, it does appear the views of Dr. Otis mirror those of Rev. Jeremiah Wright and the excessive support of black issues over the truth in the bible.
Take a look at the video and see for yourself. See for yourself if he’s pushing the black issue and the importance of keeping a black president in the White House but rather than upholding the bible. Also, keep in mind that Dr. Otis Moss II and Trinity United Church of Christ are under the same denomination as openly gay pastor Yvette Flunder of San Francisco’s City of Refuge church.
AT2W’s Take: We are not happy to see this pastor push the black agenda over the unadulterated truth of the bible of Jesus Christ. He literally stated that his father mentioned slaves prayed for a black president for over 300 years. Dr. Otis Moss III could not possibly be trying to compare slavery and the upward mobility of black success to the belief that gays can marry and God be fine with it.
We understand people are making the point that its a constitutional issue and not a religious issue but if the saints of God do not stand for the truth, than there is no hope for our future. Frankly, it is not important that we keep a black president in the White House just because of slavery. Black are not going to get reparations anytime soon or ever, for that fact, so what is the importance of supporting a black president who goes against what so many blacks do not stand for? Is the president pushing for that age old issue? Why is the gay marriage issue more important than some of these issues blacks have been fighting for years? Has he done anything for blacks lately? Some say that he’s not supposed to focus on black issues because he’s black. Well, why is this presidency focusing on the gay rights issues? There should be no favoritism, right?
Someone told us the other day that they felt like blacks voted for the president and are now being thrown under the bus with this issue. Would we stand for Jesus if he was here on earth over marriage equality? Think about it.
Shame on Dr. Otis and anyone else who thinks its more important to push the civil rights issue than to push out the gay marriage issue. How can anyone deny the truth in the book?!