Should Christians support Black Lives Matter? What does this organization stand for and represent? Should we say black lives matter or all lives matter? This has become a divisive issue in our country and one that needs to be address from a Christian perspective. In this video we will discuss whether Christians should stand behind the Black Lives Matter organization and whether there is a difference between the organization and its cause.

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  1. NOPE people should just start burning their houses down & beat em up in the streets & get a gang of people screaming in their faces they deserve much worse. No love for the wicked. Why have pitty for these people who could care less if your with them or not. Just a bunch o out of control deranged lunatics getting paid by corrupt politicians, demoralized celebrities, & gang bangers.

  2. Seems like blm got what they want bout ten years ago ,from what ive seen most of these cases that represent blm arent racially motivated and often times aren’t necessarily completely wrong.Blm always tells me why we should help the house on fire but never prove to me that they are on fire.You did make some good points tho

  3. But if I say white lives matter or boer (farmer) lives matter I'm racist while white farmers are tortured, children and women are raped, the famliy looks on as the father gets killed (for example of a real instance whete the father's head gets bashed in by n hammer)

  4. Since there is no unified consensus on what they stand for. If you ask 10 different people to get 10 different answers. If the core is rotten so is the rest. Those who believe in the perfect parts of it can't support the movement. It's like gum on your shoe. You can remove the largest part but you'll still walk away with some of the same gum on your shoe. Tracking it through your house. If you support even the brightest parts of that movement you promote everything else. And if you string police shooting after police shooting on the news. You will think it is occurring all day long like a episode of cops. They have to edit cops because the vast majority of their nights are slow. You will never hear the news media say a black man shot a white man those adjectives are not necessary in that scenario. So don't give them a reason to believe or to accept this movement because it's not unified.

  5. Good presentation Allen. But you seemed to perpetuate the misconception that statistics do not support, i.e. police brutalize blacks in a disportionate way. That is a ruse. True, blacks are minority with disadvantages most of which are self-inflicted, but America is a culture that all 3rd-world black citizens would gladly immigrate to.

  6. One thing your missing is the stat more unarmed white people were killed by police than black people. So you have two houses on fire one more than the other then in this case wouldn’t all houses matter?

  7. Mr. Parr presented so well until 7:15 min. Into the video. The remainder of his presentation was about trying to explain how people misunderstand the original intention of BLM. However I remember from the beginning incidents of BLM advocates reacting with much anger when All Lives Matter was stated. You should listen to the YouTube videos of Abraham Hamilton III exposing the forces supporting BLM. A Marxist tool and some founding members admittedly directed by demonic forces. Look it UP! See this movement is only another tactic of an anti-christ movement.

  8. God created mankind in his own image and likeness therefore all lives matter.most people who support blm movement don't know history of blm .we all need to get educated about blm before we support them

  9. Hi Allen. Great video, but you said: "The only reason why these three words came into existence was in response to unarmed African American men being shot down."
    According to washingtonpost.com police-shootings-database, of the 127 black people fatally shot by the Police in 2020, only 9 were unarmed. And if you research those 9 cases, only 2 of those 9 were NOT resisting arrest or fighting for the cop's gun. 2 out of 127 – Breonna Taylor and William Green. And the officer who shot Green is facing murder charges.

  10. It's time that our elected officials stop the political blame game and demand that racist be removed from law enforcement, before more innocent people die. Satan is at the root of racial division. When I was a young man, my job took around the country and out of the country. It gave me the opportunity to meet people of many races and cultures. I enjoyed the diversity. I was a Christian then and enjoyed worshiping with Christians of other cultures. Faith in God transcends any social and cultural differences. The racial problem won't be solved, until people truly follow Jesus. We do have the freedom to demand equality and equal justice for all and remove those from office who refuse to legislate it and support laws that are already in place. Christians need to use the privilege and power of the vote and the greater power of prayer.

  11. I support the idea that black lives matter. And I believe that police need longer training and I do think black people getting killed for their skin is a real problem and I mourn with those who lost black people to racist police. But I don’t support the whole organization. I think the police system should be improved by longer training and stuff, but not totally defunded. Thank you so much for clearing this up when this all started I was all for defunding the police, acab, all that stuff. But now I’m being more loving instead of justice seeking. I still think justice should be served for George Floyd by that police officer being put in jail, but not all cops are bad.

  12. Even non Christians shouldn’t be for BLM…
    Humanity matters (all lives created by God). And if you are black and endorse it, then wonder if ALL black lives matter for BLM. I am appalled that no one has stood up to protest the murders of the many innocent black kids who have been shot since June by another black fellow… yet would agree with the looting of whole family businesses (and many of them owned by people of color) because some criminal who was resisting police arrest got shot at.
    please brother and sisters let’s stand in peace against EVERY TYPE of racism unlike BLM

  13. This helps. I had been struggling with these thoughts as a Christian. Because of course, in God’s eyes all lives matter. But when you separate the phrase from the organization, it helps to make it clearer.

  14. The body of Christ missed a great opportunity here to lead the way.
    Jesus said this is how the world will know you are my disciples, that you love one another.
    We the church should have taken to the streets , United in hearts and minds in Christ and marched through our cities praying and pulling down strongholds, including the sin of racism.
    But no Christian should support the BLM movement because it is demonic and they admit to practicing witchcraft and summoning demons to join in with them during their protests and it is evident now that this is happening.
    https://youtu.be/xGJSEoirF90

  15. Look at the Leadership of BLM! They claim to be Marxists and by that belief only the State is God! They are also practitioners of Santeria and Voodoo; both of which are Satanic! How can You call Yourself a Christian and be in Bed with a Marxist/Satanic Organization?

  16. You hit the nail on the head. It may had started right???? But when people have their own agenda and have no sense of right or wrong…or TRUTH….you get so called leaders who push with fear, anger and terror to get what they want. God will always have the final say no matter what. God will not be mocked

  17. …Where did the term Christian come from?

    The term Christian was a very popular Greek label associate with many Greek Colts long before the Messiah ever lived or died .

    In English, Christian,
    in Greek Chrestus.

    They are both one of the same because Christian comes from the Greek term Chrestus.

    Chrestus Mithras
    Chrestus Helios
    Chrestus Osiris
    Chrestus Iesous, today called Jesus Christ.

    In 325 ad The pagan followers of the above all called themselves Christians or in the Greek Chrestus.

    We have to ask ourselves;Why would a Hebrew Messiah Be called by a pagan Greek pagan English name like Iesous or Jesus.

    Well he wasn’t.

    His name is the name his father gave him-Yahusha.

    In 325 AD the ruler of the known world was the Roman Emperor Constantine the great.

    Constantine headed a meeting which is known as the council of Nicaea.

    At this meeting the Greek Roman mindset of the translators gave preference to the Greek over the Hebrew language and play down the Hebrew terminology in order to make everything more acceptable to the pagan culture of the unwashed and uneducated masses.

    They blended the Scriptures with the worship of pagan Greek Mythology to which the pagan masses accepted and created their new god Chrestos Iesous – modern day English Jesus Christ.

    So if you are calling yourself a Christian then you are following a pagan Greek god- Chrestos Iesous-Jesus Christ.

    You also call our heavenly father by the title “God “ or “The Lord” and never use his name, how ridiculous is that!

    Our Heavenly Father’s name is Yahuah not the Lord .
    And Yahuahs title is not God it is Elohim.

    Acts 4:10-12 Clearly states that there is no salvation in any other name and that is Yahusha.

    Your christian bible uses the 400 year old name Jesus. Not the 2,000 year old name Yahusha.

    The first believers were never called Christians at Antioch the were called Messianic or followers of the Way.
    The name Christian was invented in 325 ad.
    There is no salvation In the Greek religion of Christianity and their Roman/Greek god Jesus Christ.

    Many are called but few are chosen.

    By reading this you have been called but will you be chosen by accepting the truth.

  18. …Where did the term Christian come from?

    The term Christian was a very popular Greek label associate with many Greek Colts long before the Messiah ever lived or died .

    In English, Christian,
    in Greek Chrestus.

    They are both one of the same because Christian comes from the Greek term Chrestus.

    Chrestus Mithras
    Chrestus Helios
    Chrestus Osiris
    Chrestus Iesous, today called Jesus Christ.

    In 325 ad The pagan followers of the above all called themselves Christians or in the Greek Chrestus.

    We have to ask ourselves;Why would a Hebrew Messiah Be called by a pagan Greek pagan English name like Iesous or Jesus.

    Well he wasn’t.

    His name is the name his father gave him-Yahusha.

    In 325 AD the ruler of the known world was the Roman Emperor Constantine the great.

    Constantine headed a meeting which is known as the council of Nicaea.

    At this meeting the Greek Roman mindset of the translators gave preference to the Greek over the Hebrew language and play down the Hebrew terminology in order to make everything more acceptable to the pagan culture of the unwashed and uneducated masses.

    They blended the Scriptures with the worship of pagan Greek Mythology to which the pagan masses accepted and created their new god Chrestos Iesous – modern day English Jesus Christ.

    So if you are calling yourself a Christian then you are following a pagan Greek god- Chrestos Iesous-Jesus Christ.

    You also call our heavenly father by the title “God “ or “The Lord” and never use his name, how ridiculous is that!

    Our Heavenly Father’s name is Yahuah not the Lord .
    And Yahuahs title is not God it is Elohim.

    Acts 4:10-12 Clearly states that there is no salvation in any other name and that is Yahusha.

    Your christian bible uses the 400 year old name Jesus. Not the 2,000 year old name Yahusha.

    The first believers were never called Christians at Antioch the were called Messianic or followers of the Way.
    The name Christian was invented in 325 ad.
    There is no salvation In the Greek religion of Christianity and their Roman/Greek god Jesus Christ.

    Many are called but few are chosen.

    By reading this you have been called but will you be chosen by accepting the truth.

  19. The distinguishing premise to the question is based on race and race alone. Being a person of color (black, white, brown, red, yellow, etc.) is not special unto itself. Christianity teaches all persons are created in the image and likeness of God. Every human being is known to God from before time began (Is. 43:1) "I have called you by name, you are mine". There is no reference to race. Every person has the potential to exercise their God-given gifts and the free will to be either a good person or an evil person. Christians ought to embrace "All Life Matters" from conception to natural death. It's all i the Bible; just read it.

  20. What is being missed is that saying all lives matter should be a proactive statement. We should stop reacting and start solving the root cause of racist issues which could potentially apply to anyone regardless of race. The example in the cartoon misses that point. There should have been an equal and diligent effort to prevent the fire (racism) in either house. Don’t be misled to think white people are immune to racism- the are plenty of racist attacks on whites occurring today due to irrational hate and backlash. All people are required by God to turn the other cheek, not demand their rights.

  21. Hey BEAT family, today's topic is a controversial one that has been in hot debate for some time. People feel very strongly about this topic. I pray you watch the entire video before commenting and providing input as you may be surprised at what I'm sharing in this video. I hope you find this helpful and I also ask that you share this with others who may be asking the same question.