Bad Theology is Bad. And Pentebabbleism is Purely Bad Theology

There’s a certain lunacy and wretchedness in any theological perspective that leads people to believe the sorts of things pentebabbleists believe.

And although I’ve seen more than my fair share of examples of the depths of theological ignorance that pentebabbleism can plumb, this is the lowest of the low.

Pentebabbleism is a sickness.  Watch the video at the link above and you’ll agree.

Alright Pentecostals, When is Enough Enough for You? Have You NO Sense of Truth?

Have you NO understanding of doctrine?  Why in the name of God do you allow this kind of blasphemous nutbaggery to exist in your midst?  This is YOUR guy.  Do something with him.

Act like Christians instead of satan worshippers and heretics.  Remove this vile wretch from his pulpit.

What? There’s a Mega-Church Pastor Out There Who Is Fleecing the Flock? Well Color me Shocked…

A prominent New York City pastor who went viral over the summer after he was robbed during a live stream has been arrested and hit with numerous charges, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ).

Lamor Whitehead is a Brooklyn-based pastor and community leader known for his flamboyant wardrobe and displays of wealth. He has also been noted for his connections with several high-profile public figures, including New York City Mayor Eric Adams.

The DOJ announced on Monday that Whitehead had been arrested that morning.

According to the official statement, the pastor is accused of defrauding one of his parishioners out of their retirement savings, attempting to commit fraud and extortion against a businessman, and lying to the FBI. The parishioner and businessman that he allegedly targeted were not identified in the announcement.

“As we allege today, Lamor Whitehead abused the trust placed in him by a parishioner, bullied a businessman for $5,000, then tried to defraud him of far more than that, and lied to federal agents,” Damian Williams, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, said in a statement. “His campaign of fraud and deceit stops now.”

Another damned (and I use that word in its purely biblical sense of eternally condemned) mega church wolf in sheep’s clothing.  Such a person is a curse and a plague and a tool of Satan for the besmirching of the true Body of Christ.

Stephen Wolfe Proves Tertullian Right

Stephen Wolfe, author of the nauseatingly bad ‘Case for Christian Nationalism’ (which to be fair should really be called ‘Mein Kampf’ (reviewed here and here) appears to teach at Kepler (new to me, I’ve never heard of it) and also appears to have

“… completed his PhD in political philosophy at LSU in 2020”.

Philosophy…  Well he manages to do one thing- he proves Tertullian’s dictum true:  ‘Philosophers are the Patriarchs of heretics‘.

Even the Aussies Know Christian Nationalism is Theological Trash

Read Mike Bird’s takedown of our time’s dumbest fraudulent fake Christianity notions.

While I have already said a few things about Christian nationalism before (see here and here), this is a whole different species of Christian nationalism. This Dominionist doctrine is off-the-chart and off-the-grid. It is esoteric in contents even as it is extravagant in its claims and deliberately totalizing in its ambitions. If there was a villain in a James Bond movie who was a Televangelist, this is probably what he would sound like.

I mean, consider the line, “We, the Church, are God’s governing body on earth.” Whoa, that is freighting your doctrine of the church with world domination. Then there is the equating of wokeness, the occult, and evil as if they are three heads of the same monster. Then, at the very end, there is a reference to energy independence and ensuring America’s military and economic hegemony over the world. It is God as America’s divine patron and the American church as the lord of the world!

Why bother saying anything in reply? I mean, it is just unhinged and an eccentric outlier.

Etc.  When the Aussies know your theology is trash, everyone knows it.

Megachurches are Cults, Their Leaders are Heretics, and Their Members are Duped

A former megachurch elder from California was charged with murdering her 11-year-old adopted daughter months after her husband took his own life.

Leticia McCormack, a former elder at Rock Church in San Diego, was arrested and charged with three counts of torture and three counts of willful cruelty to a child, and her father was charged with murder, torture and willful cruelty to a child and her mother was charged with three counts each of torture and willful cruelty to a child, reported the Christian Post.

“We have received notice that Leticia and her parents have been arrested as a result of the Sheriff’s Department investigation,” the church said in a statement. “We continue to grieve for Arabella and her sisters. We are so sorry that their family and friends are experiencing this unimaginable loss and pain.”

Police were called Aug. 30 to the family’s home in Spring Valley to investigate a report of a child in distress, and detectives suspected child abuse and rushed the girl, named Arabella, to a hospital, where she died.

Megachurches are breeding grounds of every form of evil.

America’s False Prophets of Christian Nationalism: The Top 20

None of these names are a surprise, and all of them belong on the list.  And I, for one, am glad they are being named.  People should recognize those lying about the Christian faith and doing damage to the cause of Christ.  These wolves in sheep’s clothing need to have those clothes removed so the wolf beneath is visible.

Mike Winger Is No Christian

YouTube preacher Mike Winger says if you believe God is telling you to kill someone, “yes, you should. It’s God.”

He is no Christian.  He is a servant of Satan; disguised as a Sheep, he is a true Wolf.  If you hear someone tell you to murder, it isn’t God.  Here’s what God says about murder:

You shall NOT commit murder.  Ex 20.

Don’t listen to liars like Mike Winger.

A Failure of Ecclesiology: Baptism as the Making of Heretics

When people are baptized they are baptized into a local church community. Baptism for baptism’s sake is heresy.

People driving around baptizing random people is heresy, and a grotesque failure of ecclesiology.

Having been asked a number of times to baptize people who had no interest in participating in the life of a local congregation, I always refuse and go on to explain why.

If you don’t understand ecclesiology, don’t baptize anyone. You aren’t making disciples, you’re making heretics.

Dale Partridge: False Teacher, Heretic

This is heresy.  Why?  Two reasons.  First, the Great Commission is the charge of Jesus to make disciples.  Not nationalists.  And second, Jesus said ‘My kingdom is not of this world’.

Dale’s failure to understand these basic facts and his insistence to speak on the subject anyway, falsely, makes him a false teacher.  And all false teachers are, by virtue of lying and misrepresenting God, heretics.

Dale Partridge: False Teacher, Heretic.

Blasphemy and the Very Spirit of Antichrist Itself

Only an utter demon could write such evil.

Lest you think the author sane, here is what he claims:

During the presidency of President Donald Trump, it became evident to me that the prophecies about the Son of Man, as predicted by Jesus in the Bible were, to a significant extent, fulfilled at the hands of Mr Trump. The Bible speaks about two different Christs-or Messiahs. Jesus, the Son of God is the one Christ, whereas the Son of Man is the other. Jesus always referred to the Son of Man in the third person. The greatest distinction or significance between the Son of Man and the Son of God (the Lamb) is their respective positions at the throne of God. There are numerous differences between the Son of God and the Son of Man, but overall, people read these scriptures and they do not realize that the Son of God (the Lamb) stands in front of the throne of God, whereas the Son of Man, is positioned on the right hand of God.

Jesus spoke about two different killings in the four gospels of the New Testament. People read these scriptures and are unaware that Jesus (the Son of God) predicted his own killing in the first person, as opposed to the several prophecies that He made in respects to the Son of Man who will be crucified. The New Testament speaks about “two Kings;” Jesus, the Son of God, is the “King of the Jews,” whereas the Son of Man is the “King of Kings” who will be a world-ruler, and He will rule all the nations (the tribes) of the earth with a rod of iron.

This book will explain in depth how “Donald John Trump’s” full name literally means: “The Ruler of the World, graced by Yahweh (the LORD) and a descendant of a Drummer.” Upon reading this book, the reader will be captivated when they realize how President Donald John Trump fulfilled most of the prophecies as the Son of Man. It speaks about End Time Prophecies and Biblical revelations regarding “President Donald J. Trump, the Son of Man. The Christ.”

This book is trash. Its author an imbecile who has zero business talking about the Bible. Or anything. He shouldn’t be allowed within 500 miles of the Bible.  He is the dilettante’s dilettante.