It’s Not Like Being Black

It's Not Like Being Black

How Sexual Activists Hijacked the Civil Rights Movement

by Voddie T. Baucham Jr.

IT’S TIME FOR THE CHURCH TO STAND UP AND FIGHT BACK AGAINST SEXUAL IDENTITY IDEOLOGUES AND THEIR UNHOLY ANNEXATION OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT.

We are living in crazy times. Biological men are competing and winning against biological women in sports. The newest Supreme Court justice declined to answer the simple question: “What is a woman?” Record numbers of young Americans now identify as transgender. Sexually explicit materials permeate schools. Pedophiles have rebranded as “minor-attracted persons.”

And now sexual identity and gender ideology advocates have hijacked the civil rights movement, co-opting its success for their own insidious purposes. They have sold the lie that sexual identities are equivalent to race and that the fight for the rights of “sexual minorities” is the final frontier in the struggle for civil rights.

To make matters even worse, many evangelical leaders, eager to appease the culture, have gone along to get along—even excusing and redefining sinful behavior as a mere “sexual identity.”

In It’s Not Like Being Black, pastor and bestselling author Voddie T. Baucham Jr. equips Christians to fight back against this pervasive sexual identity ideology and stand firm in biblical truths, giving them the courage to:

• Remain vigilant and protect their children from the onslaught of this insidious ideology
• Contend for biblical truth in the marketplace of ideas
• Boldly celebrate, cherish, and defend true marriage
• Willingly suffer as strangers and aliens for holding fast to what the Bible actually says

Now is the time for the Church to act. Christians cannot contradict Scripture, discard thousands of years of tradition, subvert the English language, and deny fundamental reality without paying a heavy price.

ISBN-13: 9781684513642

Published: June, 2024

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