Category Archives: pseudo-theology

The Pentebabbleist Who ‘Baptized’ A Boy in a Filthy Pool Because God ‘Told Him To’

A central Florida man is accused of throwing an 11-year-old boy he was taking care of into a swimming pool filled with algae and bugs because God asked him to baptize the child.  Volusia County Sheriff’s deputies say 51-year-old Henry Love was arrested Wednesday on a child abuse charge.  The Daytona Beach News-Journal ( ) reports Love told investigators God awakened him Wednesday morning and told him to baptize the child.  An arrest report says Love took the boy next door to the neighbor’s pool and dunked him several times under water. The boy’s mother took him to an urgent care center where doctors found an ear and eye infection, possibly from dirty water.

God told him to do no such thing.  Only a Pentebabbleist, with their private revelations and visions and voices, would presume to baptize someone in such a way.

Whenever ignorance and pseudo-piety are blended together in the mind of a deranged pentebabbleist (and that’s the only kind of pentebabbleists there are) only trouble ensues.


#ICYMI – Luther Reviews Metaxas and Barton’s Book

Since Metaxas utilized Barton, Barton should at least get as much credit-

Metaxas's book is less than dung and worthy of destruction.

Metaxas’s book is less than dung and worthy of destruction.

Just as the devil is disorderly and jumbles things together, so your writings and head are equally disordered and mixed up, so that it is exceedingly annoying to read and difficult to remember what you write. —  Martin Luther


Twitter Theology That Makes Me Sigh: Pantheism Edition

The old heresies just keep cropping up because no one reads historical theology anymore.



Pastor Pervert the Promiscuous

What you thought was naughty may actually be holy.  That’s the message of Good Christian Sex: Why Chastity Isn’t the Only Option–And Other Things the Bible Says about Sex, a new book by Bromleigh McCleneghan, an associate pastor at Union Church outside of Chicago. The book is McCleneghan’s attempt to free Christians from shame about having premarital or extramarital sex.

No one even remotely familiar with the teaching of Scripture (the standard from which morality and ethics is drawn for believers) can agree with pastor pervert the promiscuous.

Such nonsense need not be refuted– it is self refuting in its absurdity.  She is simply, surely, securely, sinfully wrong.   We simply have here another in the lineage of Joel Osteen, Rachel Held Evans, Rob Bell, Eric Metaxas, and other ‘Christian’ pretenders who have abandoned Christianity and invented their own substitute pseudo-Christian religion.


More Apocalyptic Nutbaggery: In Spite of Claims to the Contrary, The World Will NOT End on July 29

The group End Times Prophecies has declared the world will end July 29 in a chain of events prompted because of an ongoing phenomenon known as a polar flip.

The good news: We can stop worrying about who will be the next president.

A 17-minute Armageddon News video, posted July 9 on YouTube and viewed more than 800,000 times, explains the end-of-the world theory as a modulated female voice reads through a variety of biblical quotes, illustrated with cheap special effects that couldn’t buy Michael Bay a cup of coffee.

“The polar flip will make the stars race across the sky, and the vacuum from the reeling of the Earth will pull the atmosphere along the ground, trying to catch up, creating what is known as a roll cloud,” the Armageddon News report said.

On July 30 the pseudo-theologians will offer some lame excuse concerning miscalculations.  That prediction you can count on coming true.

It’s a crying shame that people who pretend to know the Bible don’t know it well enough to have read Mark 13.

Περὶ δὲ τῆς ἡμέρας ἐκείνης ἢ τῆς ὥρας οὐδεὶς οἶδεν, οὐδὲ οἱ ἄγγελοι ἐν οὐρανῷ οὐδὲ ὁ υἱός, εἰ μὴ ὁ πατήρ. (Mk. 13:32)


Jesus Never Said ‘If Pokemon be lifted up it will draw all men to me…’ But that’s not Stopping the Madness

There are marketing firms urging churches to capitalize (I think they mean that literally) on the Pokemon go craze.

What’s the problem?  The problem is that the whole notion that if people are outside your church building looking for imaginary video creatures even if you somehow manage to get them in the doors to worship God almighty, they will somehow turn to faith.

They aren’t at your church for faith.  And they won’t stay there for it either.  It’s the Holy Spirit who draws people to Christ and any other means or method or marketing ploy will end in either a false decision or worse, an unreal one.

Jesus said it best when he said ‘If I be lifted up, I will draw all people to myself’.  That’s the only evangelistic method that works.  Everything else is spiritual fraud and makes spiritual stillborns.

Jesus tells us to make disciples, not gamers.  If your church is making gamers, you’ve simply failed and you need to repent.


David Wilkerson- Another Heretic Like Harold Camping



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