Saturday, November 10, 2012

The Right Wing is NOT Christian. We need a new true Protestant Reformation or we're sunk

This video was posted on the "humor" thread at EvC because to them the opinions and worries of conservatives are laughable. It's a production by Right Wing Watch, who also apparently think the Right is funny. So polarized is this nation.

There's some good stuff on it, by true Christians, but what scares ME the most is how many on the "conservative" side are in fact apostates, that is, pseudoChristians like Mormons and Catholic priests, all of them antichrists by the Biblical definition of that term.  MOST of the spokesmen on the video have to be described as apostates.  This makes a HUGE difference because God is NOT going to hear the prayers of those who have such false and unBiblical views.

Such as Glenn Beck has for instance. He's a true-blue conservative, a very good spokesman for the conservative cause, but when he appeals to God he's appealing to an idol and not the true God. That is not going to do the nation one bit of good.

And there he has David Barton with him on his show, they've become good buddies. All that proves is that David Barton's Christian beliefs are strongly compromised, if not completely cancelled out.

The very fact that we had a Mormon as our Presidential candidate already gave me a case of clenched teeth. Nice guy, good family man, solid patriot, important experience that could help the economy, great Presidential looks and so on, but a voting record against core Biblical positions, although he waffled on all that which doesn't help matters, and a blasphemous idea of God. How does that help the country?

Then there was Rick Joyner, again a good spokesman for the Right but he represents an apostate Christian positiion, the New Apostolic Reformation that accepts false prophecies and so on.  Joyner even apparently approvingly, even believingly, quoted the Mormon "prophecy" that a Mormon would become President just in time to save the Constitution which was to be "hanging by a thread" when he came to the office.

It's been hanging by a thread for years, if it's still hanging at all, and really, it isn't, it was done in years ago already. 


Anonymous said...

Just curious. How is it that David Barton is essentially completely thrown under the bus for being with Glenn Beck - that it may actually cancel out his Christian beliefs - yet, Jonathan Cahn can indiscriminately spend time with Beck, speak at NAR conferences, repeated appear with Word of Faith guys like Jim Bakker where he "feels at home" - and yet receive a complete pass without any suggestion he might have serious theological problems that would undoubtedly make it into virtually all his teaching and writing - and thereby compromise or even cancel his message? It can't be had both ways.

Faith aka Connie said...

Hi DJ,
I haven't been getting notifications of comments for some reason, sorry to be so late in responding.

I've recently criticized Cahn for his appearances on Beck's show as well as other apostate venues, after being uncertain about it for some time. I don't see the problems in his book, however, that one would expect to be there if he shared in their beliefs.

But Barton has done more than just appear on Beck, he's actively befriended Beck as if they share Christian belief, but on top of that Barton is guilty of misrepresengint the founding father of America as Christian. Chris Pinto has proved this beyond a doubt in my judgment. You can see his film Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers at You Tube for the evidence, and he discusses Barton in that film.