On the morning of June 9, 2020, this video was put on BitChute, Brighteon, and YouTube.
BitChute showed a rise in views as 27 occurred in the first two hours. Similar numbers with the previous videos in took at least 24 hours.
Brighteon has had between 0 and 6 views for the previous videos, and 13 in the first two hours for this one.
YouTube has also had between 0 and 4 views over many days, but this one had four in the first hour.
However, about an hour after release, YouTube removed it for “hate speech”.
Is it “hate speech” to point to those who were willing to die rather that claim that Caesar is Lord?
What is hateful about acknowledging those who folded their arms rather than claiming Hitler as Lord?
What is hateful about encouraging others to stand in obedience to Christ, not bow to the pressures of the world, and act is love?
What is hateful about pointing to the similarity in today with social distancing? Perhaps this is the issue?
I have stated often and will state it again, the purpose of the “Foundation” series of videos is to set the foundation of what it is to be a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ. Not someone who simply “believes”, but one who lives in obedience to Christ, knows how to love as the Lord described, and lives it.
The next step to to make the case that “the Bible is true and the institutional church is a fraud”. This will not go over well. Take a simple challenge. Point to one verse in Scripture showing where the Lord directly commands people to build an institutional church. From the words “church”, “synagogue”, to the tithe, sermons, leadership, etc., all will be shown from the Scripture to be a misuse of Scripture to gain power. It is as simple as that.
There is a standing challenge for anyone, especially in a paid position, to take me on in a formal debate on the statement “the Bible is true and the institutional church is a fraud”. In the unlikely case that this occurs, what happens today will only be minor. Any takers?