“Absent from the discussion was Jason Whitlock, a Christian cultural commentator with BlazeTV, and unsurprisingly absent were Dave Rubin, Glenn Beck, and Steven Crowder.”
(Ray Fava – Evangelical Dark Web) Over a year ago, Evangelical Dark Web did a report on how pro-transgenderism Conservative media was, and as it turned out, most of Conservative Inc, was on board. The metrics of the study was to view how Conservative media reported on transgender issues and what pronouns they used. TheBlaze, the online news website for Blaze Media was flagged as a serial offender, despite their prominent hosts who notoriously opposed this. Continue reading →
“And what about Covid science, where celebrity scientists have admitted mistakes and even lies; yet plow forward shamelessly, pillorying and censoring any who would dare speak against them?”
(Christopher Bedford – The Federalist) An international cabal of scientists who believe in their own righteousness. Scientific journals, conferences, and grants that suppress dissent. Tens of billions of dollars in taxpayer, Big Pharma and venture capital money. Decades of research — and precious little to show for it all. Continue reading →
(John Rigolizzo – Daily Wire) Portland’s public school system is indoctrinating its students to become queer activists as early as kindergarten through 5th grade.
Documents obtained by writer and activist Christopher Rufo show that from as early as kindergarten, students are taught the tenets of radical queer gender theory. They are taught that ideas about human sexuality are “colonized,” that white colonizers from Europe forced their views on other people and cultures, and that current discourse around sex and gender is still affected by colonization…. Continue reading →
(Mary Dowling – Independent Sentinel) Iran threatened to build nuclear warheads and warned that it has the capability to turn New York into “hellish ruins.” This is as the great giveaway deal between Iran and the US has stalled.
“What some OPC leaders failed to realize is that those sounding the clarion call weren’t being cruel, but rather saw a threat and had to fling it out by the scruff of its neck, understanding the destruction a little leaven can bring. It looked mean at the time, but was in reality a mercy.”
(Protestia) Former professing complementarian Aimee Byrd has not only preached another sermon at a Presbyterian church, but she also gave the closing benediction. This is something she would have been forbidden from doing in her former denomination, highlighting the downgrade she’s been plying and vindicating many who have been warning about her drift for years. Continue reading →
“In contrast to ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, the FDA has been silent as the grave regarding the administration of puberty-blockers and cross-sex hormones opposing the natural function of a 13-year-old-child’s own natural pituitary function and that unauthorized and FDA “off label” administration may render children permanently altered and infertile….”
(Dr. David Gortler – Independent Sentinel) While uncertainty occurs in every generation and with new policies, certain fundamental principles associated with our federal government’s independent agencies should always remain the same. Public Health decisions for one, should be made based on evidence and data, not catering to the political whims of whoever is in office. Continue reading →
“It is certainly fair to blame Tim Keller for this. Keller’s views are toxic and spiritually poisonous and have only served to muddy the waters on cultural issues in the Church. Keller’s views have never been grounded in the authority of Scripture—it’s why he can deny the literal Creation account.”
(The Dissenter) In 2019, Reformation Charlotte broke the story that a Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU) leader—who identifies as “LGBTQ”— was teaching students that the Scriptures do not teach that homosexuality is sinful. Quoting a lesbian TGC author, Rachel Gilson, Grant Hartley tweeted the following: Continue reading →
“The Christian Post, though surprisingly a much smaller website, is far more aggressive in its push of bad doctrine and far less polished in doing so. The example that rings most true is their recent column drawing a moral equivalency between wokeness and anti-feminism.”
(Ray Fava – Evangelical Dark Web) Recently Evangelical Dark Web hosted a livestream where I posited a theory that Christian Post is worse than The Gospel Coalition. This is not to say that The Gospel Coalition has done less damage. However, my reasoning is that The Gospel Coalition is defeated and diminished in influence. Majority of the damage they have done has been done. They’ve been exposed…. Continue reading →
“There’s Attorney General Merrick Garland. He’s the third base coach who holds everyone up from scoring. Merrick is hot on the trail of the Supreme Court leaker. He’s bearing down, working hard. Can’t be that many folks who had access to Alito’s file, right Merrick? No rush.”
(Bill O’Reilly) The 1962 New York Mets were the worst Major League Baseball team ever. They lost 120 games, winning only 40. The manager, Casey Stengel, is said to have blurted out: “can’t anyone here play this game?”
“It is a movement that teaches people that to love themselves, they have to hate themselves. It is a no-win situation. It is like being stuck in a bad dream.”
(Jesse Johnson – The Cripplegate) Imagine you are a youth soccer coach, and a girl you have coached for five seasons takes you aside at practice and asks you, “Coach: I’m going through some changes in my life, and one of them is that I’ve decided I want to be known as a guy. Can you please address me by he/him, instead of her/she?”
(Matt Margolis – PJ Media) It appears that the investigation of Hunter Biden’s shady business dealings is being undermined by a lack of resources available at the Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office. Without the resources to properly investigate, current and former DOJ officials argue that a special counsel should be appointed.
“If any single one of the dozens of issues had been alleged about the Bush or Trump families, a special counsel would have been appointed immediately,” one official told Margot Cleveland at the Federalist. “[The Delaware office] needs help. There’s no way it can tackle everything it needs to, even if it tried.” Continue reading →
“She’s isn’t a nobody, even though it wouldn’t matter if she were. Rather, she continues to rise in the ranks through the ELCA.”
(Protestia) The Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) is a raging dumpster fire of blasphemy and perversion. Given their love of everything Antichristic, it is no exaggeration to say that sitting through an actual church service at one of their pagan temples is a foretaste of the hell that awaits them if they don’t repent. I mean, here are just a few of their greatest hits. Continue reading →
“Gay people have “sacrificed everything the world values to follow Jesus.” Apparently, the world values sodomy — or, perhaps, by “everything”, he means merely the satisfaction of any and all sexual urges. It doesn’t matter, because either way it’s a ridiculous claim: the world values all sorts of things that Christians sacrifice in order to follow Jesus.”
(J. F. Solís y Bernard) “You greatly delude yourself and err if you think that one thing is demanded from the layman and another from the monk; since the difference between them is in that whether one is married or not, while in everything else they have the same responsibilities … Because all must rise to the same height; and what has turned the world upside down is that we think only the monk must live rigorously, while the rest are allowed to live a life of indolence.
“He’s saying his authority is backing them in their judgment, something that God promised in the Mosaic Law. So does this apply to us today? Yes! When church discipline is done, Jesus still backs the authority of those he has put in place to judge, and no one in that position should forget who they’re representing and the gravity of their judgments.”
“His dreams and visions have become even more bizarre as he stands in front of a crowd rocking back and forth—a phenomenon closely associated with those possessed by the Kundalini Spirit of Eastern mysticism—as he told about a vision he supposedly had about unifying all of professing Christianity under the “great communion” legacy of Beni Johnson while doing away with things like pulpits, missions, and evangelism.”
(The Dissenter) Last year, false prophet Lou Engle made headlines after “prophesying” about revival coming out of the Black Lives Matter movement. He said that he interpreted a prophetic dream that one of his friends, Will Ford, had where they pulled up to a hotel and Martin Luther King walked out carrying a white bag with black handles…. Continue reading →
“CNN repeatedly allowed for assertions that President Trump was illegitimately elected to go largely unchallenged, including statements made by Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris, Joe Biden, Jimmy Carter, Jerry Nadler, John Lewis, Dianne Feinstein, Marcia Fudge, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz.”
(Matt Margolis – PJ Media) Former President Donald Trump has announced his intention to sue CNN and other media outlets that “defamed” him and “defrauded the public” regarding the 2020 election. “I have notified CNN of my intent to file a lawsuit over their repeated defamatory statements against me,” Trump said in a statement received by PJ Media…. Continue reading →
“This is a wonderful season to see break through come to the body of Christ. Join us in this school as we invite you into activation and impartation into the freedom and joy and beauty of healing. We want to help you fulfil God’s call on your life. Come join us for this amazing experience in the power of the [false] gospel.”
(Protestia) Bethel Church continues to play the hypocrite and act like everyone around them is stupid. How else can you explain the announcement that they’ve reopened their Healing School after being shut down for two years without mentioning WHY they were closed in the first place? The promo for the Healing Schools reads: Continue reading →
“I’ve often mentioned that when people are indoctrinated with moral relativism/nihilism and hence don’t believe in Truth (absolute and universal by definition), they won’t have the latter to reference when making “moral” decisions. They’ll then use the most compelling behavior guide they have left: emotion.”
(Selwyn Duke – The New American) Question: If we’re going to assign indirect blame, who is more responsible for a kid who kills somebody drag racing? The company that made the car?
Or a person who legitimized and glamorized street drag racing in the kid’s eyes? Continue reading →
“Practically everyone knows the truth. How can I be so sure? In the most basic way. No one gets mRNA shots anymore – not for themselves, and not for their kids. More than a month after regulators broke every guideline they have to approve the shots for children under 5, more than 97 percent of kids that age remain unjabbed.”
(Alex Berenson) Joe Biden’s quick recovery from Covid will mark the end of the epidemic for all but the hardest-core hysterics.
If a 79-year-old who can barely finish a sentence can beat the ro in a few days, even Molly Jong-Fast will have a tough time staying scared…. Continue reading →
“It is shocking to see religious leaders succumb to such unabashed courting and more shocking that it is working. Current weak Protestants willingly overlook all the heresy their predecessors warned about for hundreds of years and meekly surrender to the authority of the Pope.”
(Don Boys) Pope Francis and many modern Catholics no longer believe the only way to Heaven is via the Roman Catholic Church. Wonder what changed. Apostasy, the act of giving up your religion and leaving religion has always been disdained, but obviously, Catholic leaders, as well as Protestants, have been flirting with apostasy for decades. Continue reading →
“In the Old Testament, the word salvation refers to both physical and spiritual deliverance. But as we read the Bible in its entirety, we soon come to see that all physical deliverance is simply an illustration of the great spiritual deliverance that God offers in his son Jesus. In the depths, as Christians, we must never forget that it is in Christ alone our hope is found—for there alone is sin dealt with.”
(Davy Ellison – For the Church) A single image, from my first few visits to London, is impressed on my mind: the view from the top of an escalator in the larger Underground Tube stations. I remember standing looking at this enormous moving stairway, tilted at a frightening angle, inching slowly but steadily into the depths of London’s underground. Imagine gazing at hundreds of people on this downward trajectory into the belly of London. Continue reading →
(Holly Pivec) Leaders in NAR, such as the “apostles” Randy Clark and Bill Johnson, often take pains to distance their organizations from extreme teachings and practices (even though they promote extreme teachings and practices themselves). So it is noteworthy when they consort with individuals whose views are quite radical, and when they do so without expressing any concerns or misgivings. If they really do not tolerate or promote extreme teachings themselves, then how is it that an “apostle” like Ian Carroll, founder of Building Contenders, can join the Bethel Leaders Network (overseen by Bill Johnson), teach about apostles with Bethel senior leaders (such as Danny Silk and Paul Manwaring), as well as have them endorse his book (As it is in Heaven), and get invited by the influential “apostle” John Arnott to come to the stage and speak during a high-profile NAR event (Catch the Fire’s 20th Anniversary Celebration)?…Continue reading →
“As Minkow served his first prison sentence, televangelist Benny Hinn wrote his dishonest autobiography Good Morning, Holy Spirit containing the lie, “My father was the mayor of Jaffa during my childhood.” Jim Bakker authored the book I Was Wrong to remake himself as the repentant pastor.”
(Barry Bowen – Trinity Foundation) The three-episode Discovery+ documentary series King of the Con tells the life story Barry Minkow, an infamous conman turned pastor, who subsequently robbed a church of $3 million dollars. The Bible warns of people like Minkow, “As a dog returns to its vomit, so fools repeat their folly.” – Proverbs 26:11 NIV Continue reading →