It’s Martin Luther King Day, a day that is only useful to get the children away from the indoctrination camps. But today we are forced to remember the “beloved” Martin Luther King Jr. This man is simply not all he’s cracked up to be, far from it. Within a few weeks the schoolchildren will be subject to another month of Black history where their Southern ancestors and grandparents are relegated to evil tyrants and the Black dindus beneath them have their story told, a story told where they supposedly rise up and overcome their “hardships”. We’ve already discussed the sillyness there is to integration, but what about the sillyness to King’s life? This was a wicked false prophet of a man, why is he elevated to such high status that even White Southerners hold him in high regard and as a role model? I won’t spend a whole article telling you why he is so beloved, but I will tell you why he shouldn’t be.

For starters, King was a false prophet, masquerading as a Baptist Christian preacher. In truth he was just another wolf in sheep’s clothing. In a paper titled, “The Humanity and Divinity of Jesus”, King outright denies Jesus Christ as being the Son of God in the way true believers believe.

In this paper King states that Jesus obtained divinity and became God by relying on God completely.

We may find the divinity of Christ not in his substantial unity with God, but in his filial consciousness and in his unique dependence upon God. It was his felling of absolute dependence on God, as Schleiermaker would say, that made him divine. Yes it was the warmnest of his devotion to God and the intimatcy of his trust in God that accounts for his being the supreme revelation of God. All of this reveals to us that one man has at last realized his true divine calling: That of becoming a true son of man by becoming a true son of God. It is the achievement of a man who has, as nearly as we can tell, completely opened his life to the influence of the divine spirit.

I ask, why was it Jesus then and not John The Baptist that became the Son of God. Are there multiple sons of God? Was Jesus not the Word made into flesh? King bases this belief on the idea that Jesus grew up as normal humans do, yet he omits that Jesus preached as a child and according to the Bible was literally God. He did not become God, nor was he a created being. He goes on,

The orthodox attempt to explain the divinity of Jesus in terms of an inherent metaphysical substance within him seems to me quite inadaquate. To say that the Christ, whose example of living we are bid to follow, is divine in an ontological sense is actually harmful and detrimental. To invest this Christ with such supernatural qualities makes the rejoinder: “Oh, well, he had a better chance for that kind of life than we can possible have.” In other words, one could easily use this as a means to hide behind behind his failures. So that the orthodox view of the divinity of Christ is in my mind quite readily denied. The true significance of the divinity of Christ lies in the fact that his achievement is prophetic and promissory for every other true son of man who is willing to submit his will to the will and spirit og God. Christ was to be only the prototype of one among many brothers.

So to King, Jesus isn’t literally God, just an elevated human being, an enlightened one, so on and so forth. I will simply leave a few lines of scripture that happily debunk this belief:

From John 20:27-28

27 Then saith he to Thomas, Reach hither thy finger, and behold my hands; and reach hither thy hand, and thrust it into my side: and be not faithless, but believing.

28 And Thomas answered and said unto him, My Lord and my God.

John 10:30 I and my Father are one.

John 1:14 And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.

Let’s also remind ourselves about King’s beloved status. Luke 6:26 says, “Woe unto you, when all men shall speak well of you! for so did their fathers to the false prophets.

By denying Jesus was God, King was a false prophet, and the Bible isn’t too kind when it comes to them.

In order to further prove the heresy of King, his denial of the virgin birth and resurrection must be brought up.

In another paper King rambles on about how “unscientific” these two doctrines are, as well as revisiting the idea Jesus was just an enlightened fellow. About the virgin birth he writes:

The second doctrine in our discussion posits the virgin birth. This doctrine gives the modern scientific mind much more trouble than the first, for it seems downright improbable and even impossible for anyone to be born without a human father.3

First we must admit that the evidence for the tenability of this doctrine is to shallow to convince any objective thinker.

His reasoning is faulty and stems from the idea of a mistranslation from the prophecy in Isaiah where the word “virgin” should actually be “young woman”. This has been refuted however, see here.

As for the resurrection, a much more important and miraculous event, King writes:

From a literary, historical, and philosophical point of view this doctrine raises many questions. In fact the external evidence for the authenticity of this doctrine is found wanting.

How a true believer could doubt the resurrection is curious. Paul wrote that the resurrection was the entire bedrock of our faith. Without it we are false prophets and liars.

1 Corinthians 15:13-17

13 But if there be no resurrection of the dead, then is Christ not risen:

14 And if Christ be not risen, then is our preaching vain, and your faith is also vain.

15 Yea, and we are found false witnesses of God; because we have testified of God that he raised up Christ: whom he raised not up, if so be that the dead rise not.

16 For if the dead rise not, then is not Christ raised:

17 And if Christ be not raised, your faith is vain; ye are yet in your sins.

Given this, I believe we can establish that King was not a believer and was indeed a false prophet. He found it hard to believe God can perform miracles and that Jesus was who he said he was. He claimed that Jesus was not God, that he was not born of a virgin, and did not rise from the dead, therefore he is a false prophet and should never be used as a role model or any such thing. He was not a great man, neither was he a godly man. He was a liar (1 John 2:22) and no Christian. Of false prophets the Bible says:

2 Corinthians 11:13-15

13 For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ.

14 And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.

15 Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works.

As well as,

Matthew 7:15 Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

This is how we should look at and treat Martin Luther King Jr. He was a wolf in sheep’s clothing. He was part of the enemy, infecting our society with utopian ideals and forcing Whites to give up their spaces. Despite his dissenting views towards communism, he very well did their bidding even if he didn’t wish to; both with his damnable heresy and his radical integration. It is a marvel we have an entire holiday dedicated to this viper.

Don’t celebrate it and if you must remember him, remember how much of a subversive individual he was.


1 Comment

  1. Jesus being an elevated human being sounds similar to what Mormons believe. Mormons say that Jesus was once a mortal like us, and who, through perfect obedience, exalted to godhood.


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