The small regional newspaper went on to quote another General in the clueless clergy corps;
Andy Shaver, lead pastor at Real Life Church in Charlotte, said white supremacy has no place in a church.
“I don’t think it’s okay for people in the community to get the idea that white supremacy is something the church stands for or even should stand for,” Shaver said.
“Listen friends,” he wrote on Facebook on Feb. 2, a day after the Southern Poverty Law Center released its annual hate map. “The Real Church of King Jesus stands for Christ and not a color. Any man that says otherwise is not a man of God. As a Pastor myself I boldly declare: White supremacy is not of God. The Bible does not support it, I condemn it, we will not allow it!”
Shaver said he’s not condemning McAtee, but he is condemning his viewpoint.
“That is not what the church stands for,” he said. “We don’t get to decide what the church stands for.”
Now Andy… I’m going to use small words so you can follow along at your own pace.
1.) Certainly, white supremacy as a doctrine that seeks to oppress other Christians from other people groups has no place in the Church. But then Andy I never said it did. I dare you to find any place where I said white supremacy has a place in the Church. You can’t. As such you are slandering and libeling me for insinuating that I did say it. But I’m not surprised by that Andy given your “abilities.”
2.) Andy Shaver couldn’t identify a “man of God” if Michael, Gabriel, and every Arc-Angel ever created came and tap-danced on his nose while he slept.
3.) A real man of God stands for God’s people as they are collected as belonging to any people group when there is an ongoing attempt to villainize and eventually genocide that people group. So a Christian minister who is ministering to White Christians will do everything in his power to protect White Christians from the attack of the enemy, whether that attack comes from useful idiots who don’t understand what it is we are facing. Right now there is an ongoing attempt to snuff out Christianity as it exists among the orthodox white community. A Christian minister must stand against that and against other ministers who are clueless.