YouTube is “run by people who HATE GOD” warns Verity Baptist Church after being de-platformed for preaching the Bible

Friday, August 24, 2018
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Thursday, August 23, 2018

A group that calls itself “The New IFB,” short for “The New Independent Fundamental Baptist Movement,” recently had its entire channel removed from YouTube simply for preaching the Word of God, according to Benjamin Knight, one of the men involved with the movement.

In a recent video posted to, Knight explains how The New IFB had a fairly successful channel going at YouTube before the tech giant proceeded to remove it. Knight claims that none of the channel’s videos had been flagged, and that YouTube simply removed it because it hates Christianity.

“YouTube is run by people who hate the Bible, who hate free speech, and people who hate God,” Knight proclaims in his video.

“Verity Baptist Church, out of the blue, had its main YouTube channel deleted. It didn’t even have a single strike on it. Apparently, the offending video is a video they did debunking Calvinism. It wasn’t even controversial whatsoever, and with the click of a mouse, some chicken-necked coward in Silicon Valley deletes the entire channel with thousands of subscribers.”

Is YouTube opposed to preaching that identifies sin and calls people to repentance?

Verity Baptist Church is just one of many networked churches that identify with the New IFB movement, which is apparently trying to reinvigorate independent fundamentalism for the next generation. And according to Knight, YouTube has an active agenda against this movement.

“Why? Because the devil is trying to fight back against a New IFB movement that has gotten thousands of people saved, and is releasing sermons, preaching hard against sin, and worldliness, and false doctrine, and getting people right with God,” Knight says.

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