You’re just not right.
Do you guys not own a Bible?
You’re just not right.
Do you guys not own a Bible?
Well actually there are several reasons.
1- They’re heretics.
2- They’re theologically incompetent.
3- They’re just bad people.
Kenyan cult leaders may have harvested the organs of followers they convinced to starve to death to meet Jesus, police have said. Police believe most of the bodies are followers of Paul Nthenge Mackenzie, a taxi driver who became a pastor and is now accused of ordering them to forgo food “to meet Jesus”, because the world was ending. Examinations have now shown that while starvation appears to be the main cause of death, some victims were strangled, beaten or suffocated and others were missing organs.
1- Actual pastors don’t urge people to starve to death.
2- Actual pastors don’t murder people.
3- Actual pastors don’t harvest organs and sell them.
Pentebabbleists do. Stay away from them.
When a Springfield, Missouri-area man’s friend said recently that he’d witnessed a woman’s amputated toes grow back during a prayer session at a Missouri megachurch, he and his wife “just kind of laughed it off and rolled our eyes about it.”
But the next day, the man—who said he identifies as a Christian—decided it wasn’t a laughing matter.
“They exploited her,” he told The Daily Beast.
“I am 100 percent against faith healers,” he said, asking to remain nameless so as not to create interpersonal issues around town. “…If it happened they should be able to present proof.”
Etc. Which do read. And if you attend a megachurch, flee Sodom.
Any Pastor who tells you that you should put your money in his (or her) church instead of in a bank is the Pastor of a fraud.
This isn’t anything recognizably Christian. It is theater, badly done. And a mockery of Christianity.
He would feel right at home amidst the lunacy on display here.
Steven Furtick: cult leader. Furtick is a grifter and a fraud. His congregants are either deluded into thinking he’s a Christian, or they know he isn’t and they just don’t care.
More than anything I would love to see Luther or Calvin unleashed on Furtick. To hear Luther say
You have surrendered yourself and dared to become an avowed enemy of God, wanting to race rather than trot to hell.
You are worse than all the devils. What you have done, no devil has ever done. Your end is near, you son of perdition and Antichrist! Stop now, you are going to far!
And much more.
When they want to charge you $200 a ticket to attend, it’s a cult.
Via the twitter.
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.
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.
A man who claims he went to hell in 2016 has explained in a new TikTok to his followers exactly what it was like. Gerald Jonhson uploaded a video to his TikTok account – which has over 60,000 followers – describing his experience in hell six years ago. At the start of the five-minute video, Gerald explained how he ‘wouldn’t wish it [hell] on my worst enemy.’ He explained that he thought he was having a heart attack, saying that his spirit went down into the centre of the Earth – where he and Jesus said hell is.
Um, nope. Jesus never says where hell is and he certainly never says it’s in the center of the earth. But do go on.
Gerald then explained some of the things he apparently saw in hell. He said: “One of the things I saw that just blew me away was a man on all fours like a dog, he was burnt from the crown of his head to the souls of his feet. “He had a chain around his neck, it was a demon holding the chain. “I knew that this demon was sent in this man’s life to ride him from his childhood to the time that he died.”
Gerald then spoke on music being in hell, but it is not enjoyed by millions like it is here on Earth. He said: “There’s a section in hell where music was playing and it was the same music that we hear on the earth but as opposed to entertainers singing it, demons were singing it. He explained how songs such as ‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’ by Bobby McFerrin would help you get over a breakup for example, but the lyrics in hell are intended for a very different purpose.
LOLOLOLOLOL… Just stop.
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.
More pentebabbleist lunacy:
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‘.
Well that’s quite the generalization isn’t it sparky. You realize, don’t you, that generalizations like this are also known as lies- because they lack the one element essential to be true: truth.
What an absurd tweet. How sad that some church trusts him to lead.
Don’t be like Costi Hinn. Don’t be a liar.
The ‘theology’ which drives this sort of thing is just so utterly bereft of any biblical foundation. It is spiritualism- that deplorable practice of basing beliefs on feelings rather than Scripture.
These people aren’t Israelites and they aren’t commissioned by God to victory against an ancient city. They’re just sad uninformed ignorant people who have no understanding and who made politics their religion.
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