(Seth Dunn – Pulpit & Pen) “No network is more powerful than the God I serve. When it comes down to it, I will not assent to the idea that I committed the nebulous sin of “sowing discord” because I wouldn’t put up with a demonic cult being part of God’s Holy assembly.”
I was baptized at Tabernacle Baptist Church (TBC) in Cartersville, GA. I was married there. The church endorsed my application to seminary. My children have attended PreK there for two years. My parents are members. I attended Sunday services there on April 29th. On April 30th, I was informed that I am no longer allowed on the TBC campus for Sunday worship services. …
Richard Brown, the very pastor who performed my marriage and signed my seminary endorsement called me Monday morning to tell me that TBC’s security personnel had been informed to be on the lookout for me. The pastoral staff has, in Richard’s words chosen to “protect the flock” from me because I “sow discord.” Part of this protection is to ensure that I don’t so much as set foot on the property of Tabernacle Baptist Church, to sit in its pews during Sunday Service. What did I do to warrant such treatment?
As those who follow this blog already know, I was removed from the membership of Rowland Springs Baptist Church (RSBC) during a special-called church conference on April 22nd, 2018. The official sin for which I was removed from membership was “sowing discord.” The real reason, however, involves something much more sinister. Against the wishes of the church leadership, I took a stand, a Tom-Petty-style “won’t back down” type of stand, against the cult of Freemasonry which permeates that church. RSBC is a haven for Freemasonry and I was removed from membership for opposing that demonic cult in my church.
Before my wife and I could leave the RSBC campus on the 22nd, we were stopped by uniformed Sheriff’s deputies (who had obviously been notified before the church conference was over). The deputies issued a formal criminal trespass warning and informed me that I was not allowed back on church property. I was leaving peaceably but the cops had already been called. This was the treatment I received from RSBC.