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Darkened Pulpits: The History and Hirelings of Social Justice is a book written by Patrick Wyett. I have a very frank conversation with Patrick regarding the source of Truth and how God’s word shines through the ‘Whose Who’ involved in social justice.
This book delves into the history of Social Justice in a way that I have not seen so well researched and simply articulated. The critical points in the book are connecting the dots of the secularist, humanists, communist, educators, business leaders and the many pulpits that are darkened by this daemonic subterfuge. Who are the ‘Hirelings’ in the pulpits that have undone foundational truth? How has their teachings impacted family, church, culture and politics in the U.S. as well as the world?
I am highly impressed with Darkened Pulpits. Patrick names names with clear delineation of who the major pastors are and their interwoven relationships with the purveyors this twisted ideology that has spawned the ‘Modernist Movement,’ the ‘Business Model Church,’ ‘Seeker Friendly,’ the ‘Emergent Church,’ and ‘Neo-Evangelicalism;’ a litany just to wet your whistle with. We even talk about ‘Liberation Theology’ a bit during the Interview.
I really enjoyed talking with Patrick as we hit the high-points of Darkened Pulpits.
About Patrick Wyett
Patrick is a former overseas defense contractor, Christian researcher, speaker, and writer whose articles have been published on multiple websites around the world. He is a coauthor of the book, “Social Injustice.” His books will be available exclusively at lampstandoftruthpublishing.com For now, you can contact him at his email address.
Patrick co-hosted both the “The Shining Light Podcast” at The Shining Light Ministries and “In Defense of the Republic” on Worldview Weekend TV.
Sam Adams Wisdom
Quotes from WARREN-ADAMS LETTERS: Being chiefly a correspondence among John Adams, Samuel Adams, and James Warren, VOL. I. 1743-1777
Abigail Adams to Mercy Warren Braintree, November, 1775
‘…A patriot without religion in my estimation is as great a paradox as an honest Man without the fear of God. Is it possible that he whom no moral obligations bind can have any real Good Will towards Man, can he be a patriot who by an openly vicious conduct is undermineing the very bonds of Society, corrupting the Morals of Youth and by his bad example injuring that very Country he professes to patronize more than he can possibly compensate by his intrepidity, Generosity and honour? The Scriptures tell us righteousness exalteth a Nation.’
John Adams to Mercy Warren, April 16, 1776
‘The Form of Government, which you admire, when its Principles are pure is admirable, indeed, it is productive of every Thing, which is great and excellent among Men. But its Principles are as easily destroyed, as human Nature is corrupted. Such a Government is only to be supported by pure Religion or Austere Morals. Public Virtue cannot exist in a Nation without private, and public Virtue is the only Foundation of Republics. There must be a positive Passion for the public good, the public Interest, Honour, Power and Glory, established in the Minds of the People, or there can be no Republican Government, nor any real Liberty: and this public Passion must be Superiour to all private Passions. Men must be ready, they must pride themselves, and be happy to sacrifice their private Pleasures, Passions and Interests, nay, their private Friendships and dearest Connections, when they stand in Competition with the Rights of Society.’
Samuel Adams to James Warren, York Town, Pennsylva., Oct. 29, 1777
‘I suppose you have by this time finished a form of Government. I hope the greatest Care will be taken in the Choice of a Governor. He, whether a wise Alan or a Fool, will in a great Measure form the Morals and Manners of the People. I beg Pardon for hinting the Possibility of one of the last Character being chosen: But alas! Is there not such a Possibility! But I assure my self of better things. I believe my Country will fix their Eyes and their Choice on a Man of Religion and Piety; who will understand human Nature and the Nature and End of political Society; who will not by Corruption or Flattery be seducd to the betraying, even without being sensible of it himself, the sacred Rights of his Country.’
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1. Darkened Pulpits : The History and Hirelings of Social Justice