“Evangelicals who are proselytizing for “social justice”, not Jesus Christ are a cult more dangerous than anything Jim Jones ever dreamed up.
Jones was content to force his own followers to drink the Kool-Aid, not everybody else.”
This is the truest statement I have read in a long time.
In fact, many believe that this “social justice” movement will one day be used by the false prophet talked about in Revelation to unite the religions of the world under some watered-down version of Christianity where it’s all about “feeding the poor” and taking wealth from the developed world to help 3rd world countries. During that time, it will be all about finding “common ground” with all religions and working together toward building a better world.
The true gospel and saving souls for eternity will no longer be on the agenda, and any bible-believing Christian that dares talk about such things will be ostracized (and perhaps even martyred). The leader of this false global religion (the false prophet) will also advocate for a one-world government to help enforce this redistribution scheme. This of course will bring about the rise of the anti-Christ.
When you look around at what’s happening out there, it appears that we may not be too far off from these things occurring.