Meet Donny Reagan, America's Most Rac...

Meet Donny Reagan, America's Most Racist Pastor?

There are 364 comments on the Anorak story from Feb 15, 2014, titled Meet Donny Reagan, America's Most Racist Pastor?. In it, Anorak reports that:

SAY 'Jesus Christ' to Donny Reagan of the Happy Valley Church of Jesus Christ in Johnson City, Tennessee.

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Clarification

Murfreesboro, TN

#83 Feb 24, 2014
message wrote:
<quoted text>Boy, you're all over the web defending bro. Donny, aren't you!
Not really, you must have me confused with someone else.
Clarification

Murfreesboro, TN

#84 Feb 24, 2014
George wrote:
<quoted text>
You do not know what you are talking about. Another ignorant southern white...whites were primitive practicing human sacrifice in Germany and had Julius Ceaser and the Romans had not taught your ancestors to come out of the caves and learn how to make fire...you guys will be primitive running around and practicing human sacrifice and eating raw flesh.
I forgive you George. You have a truth, but not all the truth.

You sure do have a funny way of admitting others are correct, which means you are probably just being facetious. But thanks for admitting I am correct.

There is nothing good in the carnal nature of any man. It doesn't matter which one it is. When each of them ruled the earth, each of them did so in corruption.

White is no better than any other, and as you say they are probably worse. That's why we all need the Savior. In order to be saved from our inevitable destruction we must have a nature change. We must die to the old carnal nature and have Christ Spirit reside in us.
Clarification

Murfreesboro, TN

#85 Feb 24, 2014
George wrote:
<quoted text>
The only problem I have with the pastor is that he is a wutsy...makes general statements..if he really is a man of conviction he should condemn conservatives marrying outside the race...start by openly attacking Clarence Thomas, but also attack Michelle Malkin and Tamera Mowery in your sermons and let the rest of the world hear it.
Are you in politics because it seems you do not care about the facts? All you want to do is pull someone off sides and talk on unrelated topics to possibly cause them to break a man made law of some kind. tst tst. I might not know all the man made laws, but I do trust in the Lord Who is really the only important One to please.

You must not have heard the particular preacher you are condemning, because from what I remember from listening to him last year is he did speak against adultery and also against fornication.

Did you also know that hugging and kissing someone you are not married to is also a potential sex act and can be considered as fornication / adultery. Hey, to go even further than that if you look upon a woman and desire her sexually in your heart, you have already committed adultery with her. At least that is what Jesus said. And if a person dresses intentionally to cause someone to desire them sexually, that person is also guilty of adultery because that person caused the person looking to have the adulterous thought. It's all cause and effect my friend.

Lord Bless You,
Clarification

Murfreesboro, TN

#86 Feb 24, 2014
John Wahome wrote:
Having said that, I also wish to posit this thought for all of us to ponder. How comes only 4% of Americans approved of biracial marriage in as recently as 1958, and an overwhelming 87% by 2000? Were the Americans of 50 years ago, who practically invented (or at least laid the foundation for) practically all the technology we use today that daft so they could not see the merits of biracial matrimony which we have recently discovered? What assurance do we have that the dynamics that have altered our perceptions so overwhelmingly in the last few years on a motley of social issues including nudism, homosexuality, same sex marriages, ad infinitum are a sign of civilization, and not regression?
Thanks for your insight.

That's the exponential curve of sin. They didn't mean to let it go that far, but once the devil got his foot in the door he took them way further than they wanted to go. Now they are gone so far they don't know what is wrong and what is right.(Isaiah 5:20.)

God Bless You,
May I

United States

#87 Feb 24, 2014
It seems you are the one answering to most the questions. I can't at this moment
read it all, but I've read enough .. I think you are a godly man, but I also think you've
got some things you are misunderstanding .. I'll not go into all the just yet outside
tell you these few.
Clarification wrote:
<quoted text>
Not really, you must have me confused with someone else.
'

Okay,.. how about these for example?
Clarification wrote:
<quoted text>
Sweets,
It wasn't his fault. It was an atheist on an atheist web site trying to give himself attention by attacking Christians is why this went viral. The atheist wouldn't have found out about it if some offended person wouldn't have told the atheist about it.
That's weird isn't it? Someone that would refer to themselves as a Christian would rather go to an atheist than to do what the Scripture says (Matthew 18:11-20) when there is a disagreement with those in the household of faith.
Thanks for you concern,
First off you replied when that poster addressed another and while that is fine
your approach was a little less than I would expect from someone that claims
such knowledge to conduct themselves. This is a debate and it's not Christian
like to come off sounding arrogant or condescending. Get more flies with honey
than ...

Did that poster already offend you Christian? Their name is
Show Some Respect and you lost me at your first word.
I would imagine christians like you wouldn't still need to learn
how to be respectful of others. They made a valid point and
were you trying to demoralize her with .. sweets?

'
mjjcpa wrote:
Is donny as bad as barock's rev. wrong?
Not sure, what's your opinion?
wassup? Hmmm, what does that mean if I may ask?

God Bless you all,.. you know HE does bless us some regardless, rite?

Good night
Parden Pard

Whitehall, PA

#88 Feb 24, 2014
I'd wish all you's nut jobs relax and say a nice prayer before you go to sleep .!! It works,,,,,,

“Happiness comes through giving”

Level 7

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#89 Feb 24, 2014
HowAbout wrote:
<quoted text>You call this guy America's most racist preacher? Sure, he is wacky and full of crap, but have you listened to the "Reverends" Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson? Now that is some real racism in action. Donny Reagan has a church with a private voluntary audience, and if you don't want to listen to him nobody is forcing you to. But Al and Jess have a captive American public audience and their racist crap is being force fed to us.
Just two points:

1-Get someone to teach you how to change TV channels or turn one off. See? No more captive audience!

2-Please cite one example of "racist crap" from either Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson.
Parden Pard

Whitehall, PA

#90 Feb 24, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Just two points:
1-Get someone to teach you how to change TV channels or turn one off. See? No more captive audience!
2-Please cite one example of "racist crap" from either Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson.
Yes Wolfie, we get it.Say a nice prayer for yourself like Mom usta do and get a good nights sleep.....(chill dude),,,,lol

“Happiness comes through giving”

Level 7

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#91 Feb 24, 2014
Parden Pard wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes Wolfie, we get it.Say a nice prayer for yourself like Mom usta do and get a good nights sleep.....(chill dude),,,,lol
Not bad for a non-answer.
Clarification

Murfreesboro, TN

#92 Feb 24, 2014
May I wrote:
First off you replied when that poster addressed another and while that is fine
your approach was a little less than I would expect from someone that claims
such knowledge to conduct themselves.
In this inference, I said the following:
It wasn't his fault. It was an atheist on an atheist web site trying to give himself attention by attacking Christians is why this went viral.

I wasn't trying to be condescending or arrogant. I just know there are three threads that I know of with this similar subject. As you indicated that you have not read all the text relating to the subject I naturally assumed that others haven't read all the text as well. I was just letting this person know what has already been said. Do you not believe it is pertinent information for someone to know this video wasn't the result of a Christian trying to insult the community, but rather the work of an atheist trying to ridicule the Christian faith?

I'm not here to debate. I'm only here to offer clarification. If it were a debate, the people coming against this stance would actually offer some sort of support. This they have not done.

Then there are others going off topic to attack another individual on subjects that isn't in line with the thread.

Forgive me for offending you,
Clarification

Murfreesboro, TN

#93 Feb 24, 2014
Parden Pard wrote:
I'd wish all you's nut jobs relax and say a nice prayer before you go to sleep .!! It works,,,,,,
Thanks for the advice. Pray for me as well.

Peace and Blessings,
Clarification

Murfreesboro, TN

#94 Feb 24, 2014
May I wrote:
<quoted text>
Not sure, what's your opinion?
wassup? Hmmm, what does that mean if I may ask?
God Bless you all,.. you know HE does bless us some regardless, rite?
Good night
Perhaps I'd come across better if I killed the humor, ey?

I had to read mjjcpa's post twice before I caught what was being asked.

I think he asked "Is Donny as bad President Barack Obama's ex-pastor rev Wright?"

He was doing a play on word's with the preacher's last name.

Personally, I haven't studied Rev. Wright's teachings and it wouldn't be edifying to rely on a highly edited soundbite from extremely politically motivated people to form an opinion one way or the other. Since I have no desire to study Rev. Wright's teachings, I will refrain from commenting on them in ignorance. Before other's crucify the guy, they should at least hear the sermon they took the soundbites from in it's entirety to make sure they aren't taking anything out of context. Who know's? He might be as bad as they think. What do you think about the Rev Wright? Have you heard any of his teachings? Or just the soundbites in the news? And if did hear any of his teachings could you compare them to the Bible or would you be forced to compare them with the political correctness of modern tv shows and movies?

Well, I just did a Google search and saw the title of a sermon of his. I wouldn't agree with using the Lord's name in vain to curse a nation. Usually, nations don't need us to curse them. They curse themselves by rejecting God. We all hope that the nations we live in don't reject God, but sadly as time goes on the mark of the beast will come. We can't prevent that. Afterwards comes the judgment.

If I gave any more insights, I would have to go read/hear what he said. And I just don't care to do that.
HowAbout

Kingsport, TN

#95 Feb 24, 2014
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? You ought to work this through ...
"a captive American public audience" "being force fed to us"
"and if you don't want to listen to him (Pastor Reagan) nobody is forcing you to"
For them (Jackson and Sharpton), who is forcing you to listen??
I haven't seen this pastor Reagan on tv, in the newspapers or online in the news. Can you say the same for Jess and Al? Are you being bombarded with Reagan's opinions at every media opportunity? We are a captive audience when every opinion they make is "newsworthy". These questionably ordained rabble rouses who can't stop bringing race into every single thing that happens are indeed force feeding us their malarkey.
HowAbout

Kingsport, TN

#96 Feb 24, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Just two points:
1-Get someone to teach you how to change TV channels or turn one off. See? No more captive audience!
2-Please cite one example of "racist crap" from either Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson.
Jesse Jackson called Jews "Hymies", and referred to New York City as "Hymietown."
When confronted with his bastard baby, he only replied that he also was a victim of the same, more or less laying the excuse of being black as an excuse.

Sharpton spearheaded the Tawana Brauley (spelling) case in New York and relentlessly pursued what later turned out to be false accusations against a white police officer. Sharpton was successfully sued for slander and eventually paid a large judgment. Sharpton has never apologized for this either.

MSNBC host Reverend Al Sharpton invoked race over 200 times last year, according to a new tally by the conservative Media Research Center.

These are only brief examples, but it seems to me that as “reverends” the never quote the Bible or have any interest in it.
Dan

United States

#97 Feb 25, 2014
Very sad
George

Arlington, VA

#98 Feb 25, 2014
Clarification wrote:
<quoted text>
I forgive you George. You have a truth, but not all the truth.
You sure do have a funny way of admitting others are correct, which means you are probably just being facetious. But thanks for admitting I am correct.
There is nothing good in the carnal nature of any man. It doesn't matter which one it is. When each of them ruled the earth, each of them did so in corruption.
White is no better than any other, and as you say they are probably worse. That's why we all need the Savior. In order to be saved from our inevitable destruction we must have a nature change. We must die to the old carnal nature and have Christ Spirit reside in us.
Genesis 10:7 White Americans should not exist.
George

Arlington, VA

#99 Feb 25, 2014
Clarification wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you in politics because it seems you do not care about the facts? All you want to do is pull someone off sides and talk on unrelated topics to possibly cause them to break a man made law of some kind. tst tst. I might not know all the man made laws, but I do trust in the Lord Who is really the only important One to please.
You must not have heard the particular preacher you are condemning, because from what I remember from listening to him last year is he did speak against adultery and also against fornication.
Did you also know that hugging and kissing someone you are not married to is also a potential sex act and can be considered as fornication / adultery. Hey, to go even further than that if you look upon a woman and desire her sexually in your heart, you have already committed adultery with her. At least that is what Jesus said. And if a person dresses intentionally to cause someone to desire them sexually, that person is also guilty of adultery because that person caused the person looking to have the adulterous thought. It's all cause and effect my friend.
Lord Bless You,
If he had convictions go out and proclaim out loud that Clarence Thomas and his wife sinned and tell it out publicly...otherwise he is a wutsy...Again Genesis 10:7...white Americans should not exist according to the tenets laid down at the Tower of Babel..Pastor Donny Reagan and his congretation are a mistake as well as Clarification...end of story...QED
George

Arlington, VA

#100 Feb 25, 2014
HowAbout wrote:
<quoted text>I haven't seen this pastor Reagan on tv, in the newspapers or online in the news. Can you say the same for Jess and Al? Are you being bombarded with Reagan's opinions at every media opportunity? We are a captive audience when every opinion they make is "newsworthy". These questionably ordained rabble rouses who can't stop bringing race into every single thing that happens are indeed force feeding us their malarkey.
The difference is Jess and Al have convictions...pastor Reagan does not...if he has convictions he need to get on the media and condemn Clarence Thomas, Michelle Malkin and Tamara Mowery for their sin...marrying outside their race....he needs to get on Fox news and confront Michelle Malkin first.
Wow

United States

#101 Feb 25, 2014
This can't be all true. Does he really think this way?

“Truth + context + perspective”

Since: Nov 09

informs against BS

#102 Feb 25, 2014
HowAbout wrote:
<quoted text>I haven't seen this pastor Reagan on tv, in the newspapers or online in the news. Can you say the same for Jess and Al? Are you being bombarded with Reagan's opinions at every media opportunity? We are a captive audience when every opinion they make is "newsworthy". These questionably ordained rabble rouses who can't stop bringing race into every single thing that happens are indeed force feeding us their malarkey.
"I haven't seen this pastor Reagan on tv, in the newspapers or online in the news."

Well,*we* have now (I didn't know about this guy until Anorak/topix).

to this reply and the one you made to Wolf-man below:

What you're writing signifies nothing to your assertions made in the previous post. You're not a captive audience UNLESS your TV reception and control systems are locked into BET, and your internet access is 'stuck' on Sharpton and Jackson articles.

In that case, pull the plug of the devices (or the power strip/surge protector) from the wall socket.

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