But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

Friends and supporters,

Enemies Within the Church has been working tirelessly to gather information exposing the social justice movement invading our Christian institutions.

To give you just a sample of what we’re referring to, please watch this 20 minute montage of professors, staff, and...

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It’s difficult to think of a Christian denomination or organization that has not started down the path of Marxist-inspired social justice. Lately, the Southern Baptist Convention has stolen most of the headlines. However, the Presbyterian Church of America is not far behind. Here’s a...

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By Henry Anderson

Robert Lopez, a professor of humanities at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, received a termination notice the day after Thanksgiving. He had already published an essay in American Greatness reflecting on the sadness over having been eliminated from the list of instructors...

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Earlier today an email was sent to many within the student body calling on Danny Akin, the President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, to explain why he is allowing or enabling the institution to adopt liberation theology in some of its curriculum.

Attached to the email was this document...

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The University at Buffalo is a large institution. Many view its graduate schools as the flagship of the New York state system (Binghamton usually reigns as the flagship undergrad program.) Perhaps no place could be farther removed from the American South in the popular imagination. Famous snow...

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In a recent podcast, Jon Harris claimed that “The AND Campaign is . . . a dangerous campaign to persuade evangelical voters . . . to think in progressive terms and categories and ultimately to vote either for Democrats or progressive Republicans who will say the same things that Democrats are...

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How politically gullible are many evangelical Christians today? Recent efforts to manipulate the conservative and the WOKE base appear to be glaringly obvious so we might at least assume that the most dedicated progressive political operatives think we are virtually clueless.

Who is Michael Wear?...

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Tuesday, 29 October 2019 09:01

Whistleblower Speaks Out on Cru’s Leftward Drift

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Scott Willis recently served for two years as an intern with Cru (formerly “Campus Crusade for Christ”) at the University of Florida. Recently, on the Conversations That Matter podcast, Scott confirmed concerns about the organization’s shift to the Left. Following reports of Cru&rs...

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Tuesday, 15 October 2019 05:54

Cru’s “Social Justice Bible Studies”

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By: Bev Nathaniel Sullivan

Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) has been faithful to God’s Word during much of its history. This hasn’t been the case in recent years, however, as the social justice movement and theological expressions of it have taken over the organization. In a...

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Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ), has officially gone down the social gospel road.

Enemies Within the Church first reported on Cru’s decline with an article on Sarah Van Opstal’s radically left speech at Cru19, in which she stated that ICE agents deporting illegal migrants was...

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Last week, Jon Harris, on the Conversations That Matter Podcast, showed Enemies Within the Church’s montage on Cru19 (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ). Cru19 was a staff conference in July primarily for evangelical campus missionaries. In the video, Harris revealed screenshots from a...

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Dr. Karen Swallow Prior is a professor of English at Liberty University. Until recently, she also served as a research fellow at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission for the Southern Baptist Convention. Prior portrays her view on homosexuality as finding a middle road between the traditional...

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