Worse yet, she accuses the authors of the Bible of being blasphemous liars, allegedly speaking for God in literally hundreds of passages when it was “really” what they wanted. She quoted this with her approval: God never told the Israelites to kill the Canaanites. The Israelites believed that God told them to kill the Canaanites.
(Get a load of the tweets at the end)
(Eternity Matters) The Bible didn’t shy away from criticizing Judas after he died, so why would we ignore Rachel Held Evans’ false teachings? And given that her death will lead many to read her works, it is as important as ever to respond to her falsehoods.
The social media reactions by her fans were as sad as they were predictable. If you dared question her salvation they immediately – and with complete tone-deafness to their hypocrisy – insisted that you weren’t a real Christian. Meditate on that.
They used the most wicked and vitriolic language while insisting that they were the tolerant ones. One lady graciously pointed out Evans’ theological flaws and was blasted by Evans’ kind, loving fans with the following: “wrong, gross, unkind, unloving, disgusting, opportunist, cruel, arrogant, horrid, disgraceful, insensitive, hypocrite, nasty, judgmental, condescending, Pharisee, poisonous, heathen, unsaved, good only for compost, evil, abomination, hellspawn (my personal favorite, lol), b**ch.”
Stay classy, “Christian” Leftists.
And when the unrepentant LGBTQX lobby views you as their favorite Christian and thanks you for bringing them back to “church” then you know you had bad theology.
I’ve written on Evans many times. Sure, I hope God reached her before she died, but I have the same sentiment for the ~150,000 people who die every day. She made a living mocking the word of God and did so until the end, and her writings that survived her need to be refuted. Here’s my catch-all.