A conspiracy theorist has claimed that Jesus will return to Earth this month, guiding his people to heaven and leaving the planet totally sterile for 1,000 years. Nora Roth, a Christian computer programmer, says she has performed complex calculations which suggest the apocalypse will occur by the end of 2016. At that point, ‘everlasting righteousness will be brought in’, and Earth will be ‘left to rest’ for a millennium.
Shut up. Bloody dilettantes. This is clearly a woman who should ‘keep silent in the Church’.
The claims have been made on Ms Roth’s website, MarkBeast, in a post called ‘2016 The Time of the End.’ Ms Roth writes: ‘In the fall [autumn] of 2016, the 6,000 years of sin on earth will come to an end, everlasting righteousness will be brought in, and Jesus will come again to take His people to heaven.’
Shut up. Bloody dilettantes.
Whenever a politician adopts a policy the Fundamentalists, like Jim Bakker and Pat Robertson, disagree with and some disaster befalls (or doesn’t), those Fundamentalist Pentebabblers are quick to call it the judgment of God.
I wonder why the Pat Robertson’s of the world haven’t said the Gatlinburg fires and Athens tornado were God’s judgment on TN for its voting Trump…
See they hypocrisy? It’s both pronounced and unutterable. And proves that there’s nothing Christian about these fundamentalist pentebabblers. No, they are political ideologues, and nothing more.
But that’s not theology, it’s heresy. It isn’t exposition, it’s eisegesis. Ya gotta love the guys who think that their navel gazing expositions and ‘reframings’ have merit and the publishers who pander to them simply because they address the latest societal buzzwords. Toss LGBTQ into any title or subtitle and the substance of your research can be utter nonsense and Westminster will still publish it.
Pastor John Kilpatrick used his pulpit to celebrate the election of Donald Trump and the defeat of Hillary Clinton by speaking in tongues during a recent sermon. Shortly after the Nov. 8 election, Kilpatrick reminded his congregation at the Evangel Temple in Meridian, Mississippi that God used Hurricane Katrina to attack New Orleans because President George W. Bush had told Israel to “give up Gaza.”
But he insisted that President Barack Obama’s administration had been even worse. “The last eight years, we have had in our government as system that has tried to capture the minds of Americans,” Kilpatrick opined. “It has tried to tell us what we think, what we can say, what we must not say. It has tried to tell us how we feel about terrorism, Islamic terrorism. It’s tried to tell us how we should feel about abortion.”
“We’ve had an election now, things are going to open up, God’s spirit is going to begin to move again in America,” the pastor said, adding, “Sha yi ya yi ya yi ya ya. Praise him! Woo!” “Sha ba ba la ba ta la rosa ta la la!” the pastor exclaimed. “Freedom! Freedom again! Freedom! Freedom to lift your voice. Freedom to praise the Lord. Woo hoo! Aye yay yay yay. Ha ra da sa da da.” “Victory, finally, victory!” Kilpatrick declared. “Thank the Lord for the victory! Thank you for saving our nation! Thank you, Lord, for bringing Jezebel down!” “Revival’s on the way! Revival’s on the way!”
Heretics. Montanist heretics, pure and simple. Maniacal Montanist heretics.
This is idiocy-
No, what makes you a Christian is Jesus. If you don’t know that, you don’t know anything worth knowing. Why are you famous?
You would have thought Bakker had learned better than to presume that he spoke for God when he was convicted of fraud. And here he is, again, committing fraud by fraudulently speaking for God things God has never said to him.
Last week, televangelist Jim Bakker reacted to the presidential election results by prophesying that God will punish people who live in counties that voted for Hillary Clinton.
Bakker pointed to a map that showed the results of the election by county and said that “if you live in the blue—any spot that’s blue—I would say, ‘Oh God, help me. Oh God forgive me.’ Because those are the ones who came against the will of God in this election.”
“I just want to tell you, God has spoken to me, I’ve seen under the ground in California, in LA, and God spoke to me that in Los Angeles alone there is going to be such an earthquake come that literally the big buildings will be laying on their sides, all of LA is going to collapse,” he added.