Land: Reid's rant indicative of Satan's sway on culture

Monday, April 5, 2021
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Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

SatanistsA mainstream news commentator has declared the culture wars over and conservative Christians the losers – and she seemed almost giddy at the thought, according to one conservative Christian leader.

MSNBC's Joy Reid has long railed against conservatives and, in many cases, Christians. But on Tuesday night, she seemed to up her game:

Reid: "The right has lost the culture wars, decisively – like a generation ago, including among their own kids. [They're] fixating now on a new boogie-man – well, a boogie-kid, meaning trans youth."

Then she implied the fight for the soul of America was actually a sham:

Reid: "The culture wars are not about culture. They're about keeping right-wing Christians engaged and voting Republican."

Dr. Richard Land of Southern Evangelical Seminary says Reid was closer to the truth than many culture warriors would like to believe.

"I would say that Christians are losing the culture war; we haven't lost it, but we're losing," Land tells One News Now. "And that is mostly our fault because we have not consistently lived the faith we espouse."

Reid started her rant effusively praising homosexual rapper Lil Nas X, his sexually charged video, and his "Satan Shoes" – tennis shoes* with red ink and allegedly "one drop" of human blood in the soles. The makers quickly sold 665 pairs of the shoes; pair #666 was to be raffled off, but legal matters have put that on hold for now.

Land, Dr. Richard (SBC, ERLC)Dr. Land says the likes of Reid and the rapper may be ahead in the culture wars at the moment, but adds that without a change of heart, they are destined to lose the far bigger and more important war.

"That tells me that she's under the sway of the Prince of Darkness," says Land. "Their spirit guide is Saul Alinsky, who dedicated his book 'Rules for Radicals' to the first rebel, who was at least rewarded with his own kingdom – Lucifer." 


* The "Satan Shoes" were created using modified Nike Air Max 97s, according to this news report; and Nike says the shoes were produced without its approval or authorization, and that the company is "in no way connected with this project." The producer of the shoes also denies any affiliation with Nike.

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