False prophet Carlton Pearson’s doctrinal vomit

3 Apr

Well, here we go.  Again. Instead of sharply rebuking this reprobate, Christians are still trying to politely dialogue with him and in the process come out looking like childish imbeciles. Here’s Carlton Pearson on the Lexi Show  running word circles (and games) around a couple of timid pastors. They seem almost afraid of him.  Its very disappointing Lexi couldn’t find anybody who wouldn’t give Pearson’s false doctrine a pass. Notice Pearson’s now out of the closet heretic-in-training sitting next to him.  And notice who dominates the conversation although its supposed to be a “dialogue”.

Parts two and three of the show which aired on the Word Network November last year.

Pearson is embarking on a grand publicity stunt. False teachers and false prophets feed off attention to their damnable heresies.

What’s really unfortunate, even with Pearson getting more brazen, delusional and fringe as is possible, some church people are still unwilling to condemn his oft proven false teachings. Some are still stuck on his Azusa revivals and how he used to be so popular.

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53 Responses to “False prophet Carlton Pearson’s doctrinal vomit”

  1. elder jimmy April 3, 2009 at 1:39 am #

    Carlton Pearson is a heretic. I have a close friend who said to me; “I just don’t get that from him.” What is she trying to get apart from what is coming out of his own mouth? He has careened away (as opposed to veered) from orthodox Christian theology and into a false gospel. See, thing is, too many of these so called preachers of the gospel are afraid to hurt someone’s “feeeeelllllliiiiiinnnnnnggggggssssss” as opposed to defending the gospel. They want to appear loving and tolerant. So they will not go after the absurd gospel he is promulgating. I knew Pearson was going off when he said the late Bishop Mason of COGIC came to him and sat on the edge of his bed and spoke with him all night. Allegedly Bishop Mason said to him “Remind the saints of the hope.” Anyone remember that he claimed that? Necromancy and heresy are 1st cousins.
    I wonder if his parents have followed him onto the wide road of destruction? I certainly hope not. I fear there is very much more to come from him; and I don’t mean that in a good way.

  2. EnochWalked April 3, 2009 at 3:11 am #

    Pastor Foster,
    Pearson and Donnie Paulk are in trouble with the LORD of Hosts! Pearson, seriously has been turned over to a reprobate mind. No ifs, ands, or buts, the man has certifiably gone mad! No one with any fear or reverence of the LORD would say things like that unless it was the devil himself. Satan has him. He might(I say this because no man is the final judge, only GOD is)…He might have crossed the point of no return. In other words, there may be no repentance for him, i.e. Hebrews 6:4-6. You cannot just LIE about JESUS because JESUS is the WORD! Pearson and Donnie Paulk forgot where JESUS said, “Go and sin no more!”

    One last thing, I know many of you probably were so turned off with Pearson’s shenanigans but if you stayed till the end….there was great insight that came out of the Pearson(the Devil) ‘ s mouth about “Chuuch”(mispelled on purpose to sound like Ch-ug-ch!). The devil himself was speaking through Pearson not just from the beginning, but look hard and at what Satan is saying about the megachurches, especially in the African-American persuasion. Satan was condemning the WordNetwork, and a lot of big time ministries for being ALL SHOW(Huff and Puff)….but NO POWER!

    Watch part 3 at the end….at about 8:05…

    Quote”…If you are into the WordNetwork, it’s because you’re into the word…you watch the WordNetwork cause you like Chuch(mispelled purposely) and preachers huffin, puffin and blowing the house down(!!!!–catch the revelation, it was the big bad WOLF that huffed, and puffed, and blew the house down), Quote “we can pull the words?…I understand all of that, I can do the best what the rest of them do and I love it! I love the hammond B thrill(organ-the music, the devil loved music too! being he was once the chief musician in heaven!), I love tuning up, I love preaching, I love eloquence, I love rhetoric(…SENSATIONALISM or FEELINGS), especially the African-American approach, we can just do it! Greatest preachers in the world(…note, not the mention of the kingdom of GOD…but the World!)

    Quote “And here’s what got me in trouble(with who, not GOD, but your image, your kingdom…of the FLASH, sorry flesh!)….I was preaching evangelism, I was tired(…some anointing that was that you got tired???), I was swapping saints…swapping sheep(he corrected himself..Key word, stealing sheep, luring sheep with his SHOW, showmanship!), BUT…that what we(who is we–not me, not Pastor D.L Foster, Elder Jimmy, Pastor Burnett…don’t include me with you-Amen!) Quote, I heard Donnie Paulk say, “Right” @8:34-35 mark. Quote ” You got the biggest thing in town(…carnal spirit of competition and showmanship!) everybody wants to come here, (megachurch mentality/mindset)…”it’s fine, it’s wonderful, incredible(…comfortable, appealing to the carnal man, not the spiritual man!), …..then that devil got bold and started condemning the pastor of Ebenezer and his people because of the type of building they were in right on National TV before the whole wide world! Quote, “I would be proud to bring my people here and say this is my church(Who said it was man’s church…it’s GOD’s House!) …even if I don’t know you personally(another shot of condemnation) never laid hands on personally or encountered you…this is the place to be, Ebenezer, it’s cool(Works of the flesh again), state of the art everything!

    Quote..”OK half the people in here, maybe, who knows don’t …have unhappy marriages, drink on the side, curse on their way to church from church…(Now look at the pastor that was counter to Pearson that was AGREEING with the Devil himself! Aaargh!), gay, You don’t know(another accusation against the pastor and other pastors of large congregations that THEY DON’T KNOW THEIR Sheep!!!!) and if you got up here and identified them all you might lose a good portion of your congregation(…You would lose your $$$ tithes/offerings and the status and flashy ministry that I, the devil, the god of this world gave you!). Quote” So we don’t deal with that directly(…big churches don’t deal with sin in the camp accusation!) We just talk about living holy and livin free from sin and all that stuff(…truth is the devil is accusing the big churches of avoiding of telling the sheep, GOD’s people the truth about sin and the consequences!) Quote” But you got all these folks here(another accusation!) and we all have people in our churches(whose church, man’s or GOD’s) and we love these people(agape love or false love…lust of the eyes, lust of the flesh and the pride of life!), …and we know they’re human beings being human”(Stop making excuses Devil! What happened to overcoming by faith, obedience, and the blood of the LAMB!), “INCLUSION SAYS ITS OK TO BE HUMAN!” (!!!That is a lie from the pits of Hell! GOD says, be ye holy for without holiness no man shall see GOD!)…The end. The devil is saying that he is running the show in most of these so-called mega churches/ministries! He is accusing the big churches of being all show BUT NO POWER to save and set free from sin!

    If I were those pastors, I would not have allowed the Pearson(the devil) to control the conversation and set the tone and the agenda…My LORD and my GOD…they gave place to Satan. That pastor should be ashamed. That was his house!

    Pastor Foster, you are my brother in the LORD but I cannot come into your house and tell you what to do and tell you how to run your house! Amen! Especially, if I bring a spirit(s) that would shame your ministry and destroy your home! You would have me by the collar and say “Be gone” That’s too nice! “Get out of here!” “And repent!” That’s more like it!

    Last thing, I promise…Why did Lexi give the Devil a platform to say ANYTHING! She needs to be rebuked TOO! What was she trying to prove by entertaining the Devil…I mean Pearson? WHAT WAS SHE THINKING?
    Has she not read

    Galatians 1:7-9 KJVR
    (7) Which is not another; but there be some that trouble you, and would pervert the gospel of Christ.
    (8) But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed.
    (9) As we said before, so say I now again, If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.

    2 John 1:6-11 KJVR
    (6) And this is love, that we walk after his commandments. This is the commandment, That, as ye have heard from the beginning, ye should walk in it.
    (7) For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.
    (8) Look to yourselves, that we lose not those things which we have wrought, but that we receive a full reward.
    (9) Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son.
    (10) If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed:
    (11) For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds.

    Lexi and all those pastors that did not openly rebuke Pearson must repent because they violated John’s instructions in 2 John 1:10-11. They have defiled themselves!

  3. Pamela April 3, 2009 at 4:06 am #

    Lexi has interviewed Bishop Pearson several times. She had a three part interview with him either last year or the year before. I remember this because I know someone that regularly watches her program. From what I remember of the interview she was fascinated with him so it is no surprise that she would continue to have him on her program. There was also at least one debate. I did not watch this video but from the thumbnail it looks like this is a different debate. The one that I caught a while back was not moderated by her and only had four men on the panel.

    You may be interested in a Nightline Face Off debate that aired last week. He was one of the participants debating whether satan exists. The total time for all parts is about two hours. I only watched through part 6.

    http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/FaceOff/

  4. Vaughn April 3, 2009 at 4:12 am #

    Listening to this man and his rationale on what he once believed as compared to what he believes now is so sad. His walk must have been so bad, that he stopped striving to go on to perfection, while missing the point that we stumble occasionally if our mind isn’t stayed on The Lord.

    Confused is what Carlton is, and i’ll not try to answer anything that he had to say, because it would be innappropriate on my part, it’s only sad to see those that would embrace his words instead of the words and promises of the bible. SMH

  5. N'Catina April 3, 2009 at 1:25 pm #

    This was an excellent synopsis. I was one of those that could not get through the entire series, as I was being “turned off,” yet I was able to pick up on the deliberate twisting and word play on Pearson’s part. This is atop of the bobble-headed “pastors” and Lexi not offering a SINGLE WORD in opposittion in what Pearson was saying. It truly demonstrates the hideous spiritual immaturity of those on the panel, thus further hindering the “dumb sheep” in the audience.

    I also found your portion concerning satan’s condemnation of the present-day church interesting; himself saying that it has no power, having failed to tell the people of God of their sins and likely consequences. It lends itself to believe that satan himself is smarter than the goats in this instance.

    Make no mistake, the present-day financial crisis is bringing mega-churches to their knees. People, either waking up from delusion or no longer having the money to fund it, can no longer finance this garbage. Some have already either shut their doors, or were forced to downsize. Far too many things are happening with the world at-large to subscribe to anything else other than the Word of God.

    Lexi, along with too many other of these modern-day minstrel acts, needs to get a clue. They are helping to perpetuate these errors by providing speaking platforms for audiences that would other wise never set foot into a church, or chu’ch. It’s very dangerous, and it won’t be much longer before our Savior returns for His own.

  6. gcmwatch April 3, 2009 at 1:34 pm #

    EW, flesh and blood didnt reveal that to you.
    That was chilling when I listened to it again and saw what you were saying.

    Satan sitting up with his legs crossed speaking out of this man’s mouth, condemning the powerless, pansified church while they sat there trying to “respect” him.

    Lexi said at the end (part 3) that they all put their arms around him and said they loved him. She asked “isnt that what its all about?”

    I asked my wife: when did Jesus or John the Baptist hug the pharisees and pat them on the back? Since when are we supposed to congratulate and encourage reprobates and wolves in the church?

  7. phariseebuster April 3, 2009 at 3:15 pm #

    DL: You’re more of a Pharisee than Carlton Pearson will ever be. No. Jesus or John the Baptist didn’t hug any pharisees or pat them on the back…..when’s the last time you received love or a pat on the back from any panel of pastors that you were in disagreement with? think about it.

    You base a lot of what you write on this blog to the fact that ‘true’ people of God are not popular and the true church of Christ isn’t in it for popularity or money… You claim that the ‘true church’ isn’t a mega church and preaching the whole ‘truth’ isnt popular which keeps alot of folk out of the kingdom because they don’t want to do right .. Well, let’s think about it.. Carlton Pearson used to have mega church, and no longer has it. and we know he couldn’t be doing this for the money…the man had millions of dollars when he had his church and he lost it ALL, and knew he would. so we can rule out the money. He used to be accepted in the circle of preachers that you would classify as false wolves, and now they reject him, so his popluarity is waaay down and most conservative Christians think he’s crazy. hmmm?? so in the scope of things…maybe he’s on track, huh?

    the thing that was distinct about the Pharisees was that they refused to believe anything that Jesus said or did….because most of the time, it was in sharp opposition from the law of Moses. Even if folks were being set free and lives being changed, then still considered it evil. Jesus healed and blind man. Heretic!! He touched a woman with an issue of blood. Evil!!! they charged him with being evil even when folks lives are being positively being affected just like you’re crying out against Carlton Pearson right now. they even kicked Jesus out of the temple a few times…now it doesnt take a genius to realize that pearson is not Jesus, but the Spirit of God is still moving through people just like He moved through Jesus. but it’s the Spirit that’s not being embraced here, and when you don’t embrace the spirit…then you’re operating by the letter alone. which killeth.

    the last time i read my bible, it told me that satan cannot be against himself. have you ever thought about the fact that before he even came out with the gospel of inclusion that many of the pastors that you would call pulpit pimps, or rebrobate preachers supported this man? and now…they’re against him. Can satan be against himself? (people, let’s open our bibles please)

  8. wannabereal April 3, 2009 at 4:16 pm #

    Amen Pastor!
    Jesus called the pharisees VIPERS and white washed tombs…. hardly a “we-still-love you-lets-all-be-friends” group hug!
    It was truly a chore to get through each clip (as i was getting angrier at the deliberate misleading statements Pearson was allowed to make with impunity, while those “pastors” nodded and humbled themselves to try and “UNDERSTAND” his “gospel” of inclusion (which is really no gospel at all).
    It still saddens me to see Pearson in various forums obviously more and more set in his reprobate, heretical mindset. However, it proves the scripture true that he obviously “was not truly OF us (the redeemed), else he would not have gone out FROM us”. In other words, if he does not repent of his egregious sin, he is proving that he was never one of the elect in the first place. A hard pill but true nonetheless.

  9. djenk23 April 3, 2009 at 6:30 pm #

    two things…first of all, Jesus did not break any of the Law…Jesus followed the whole Law perfectly in order to be the perfect sacrifice for sin….The Law was the 613 commandments that were given to Moses on the mountain, period….The Pharisees rebuked Jesus because He went against the Talmudical tradition(this is the “tradition” that Jesus is talking about in Mark 7)..the Talmud is a rabbinical commentary on Jewish law, traditions, etc…..the Talmud came about because the Jews were so determined not to be exilied again that they came up with laws to place on top of the Original Law so they wouldnt break the original Law…By the time Jesus appeared on the scene, the Talmud was put on the same level as the 613…Read the chapters of the Talmud that talk about the Sabbath…youll be reading pages on top of pages talking about what can and cant be saved if your house catches on fire on the Sabbath and tying and untying knots on the Sabbath…Jesus didnt touch the woman with the issue of blood…she touched his clothes, so he wasnt considered defiled…secondly, Carlton Pearson and Tonex have come out and said that many famous preachers also believe in universalism/inclusion..but they wont come out because they are afraid of losing everything like Carlton did….so they distanced themselves from him so they wouldnt lose cash flow…as Carlton’s following increases again, a lot of these guys will feel that it’s safe to come out of the inclusion closet..

  10. gcmwatch April 3, 2009 at 7:17 pm #

    phariseebuster, first thanks for reading this blog although your interpretation of its content is about a right as Carlton Pearson’s claim that there is no hell.

    Let’s be honest. There’s no way on God’s magnificent green earth that anything you say in Pearson’s defense will erase the putrid heresy oozing out of his mouth. Maybe you didnt watch the 3 videos. Unless one is personally enamored by Pearson’s black magic, its impossible to miss.

    Please show (use the bible) how heresy, false teaching and reprobate theology has ever “positively affected” anybody’s life. Im not concerned about when he came out with the gospel of me-clusion or who was with him/against him at the time. Im talking about what is in front of us right now. These videos present irrefutable evidence of his current spiritual state.
    And clearly its not God speaking through him. That leaves on one other voice.

    You figure it out.

  11. Mark Stevens April 3, 2009 at 8:09 pm #

    The problem is too many of Carlton’s contemporaries are heretics too! The properity pimps are just as guilty as he is..that is like the pot calling the kettle black!

  12. Mark Stevens April 3, 2009 at 8:10 pm #

    The power of the Holy Spirit is the source of strength for the Believer, but the counterfeit that the devil uses is MONEY! I get sick to my stomach every time I hear a preacher say things like, “If we don’t get a certain amount of money the ministry will fail!” If your ministry is GOD BREATHED then a lack of money will not STOP the call that God placed on your life. Nothing God starts will fail due to lack! He provides all that we need to fulfill HIS PLAN and PURPOSE!

    John 10:1.
    “Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that entereth not by the
    door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a
    thief and a robber.”

    “But he that entereth in by the door is the shepherd of the
    sheep.”

    We see here, the Shepherd is Jesus and his sheep are the
    Believers in Christ Jesus, This seems to be speaking about these
    Religious leaders; (those who do not come in by the door). Jesus is
    The Door. These Pharisees and Jewish rulers did not believe in Him,
    so they are trying to get in some other way.
    We have falsely been taught that the devil is the thief! The thief is the CROOKED preacher and pastor that robs and scatters GOD’S FLOCK! The Devil is the WOLF that eats the sheep because they were led by a false shepherd!

  13. Mark Stevens April 3, 2009 at 8:14 pm #

    The homosexuals and lesbians have gained considerable political and social momentum in America. They have “come out” as the term goes, left their closets, and are knocking on the doors of your homes. Through TV, Radio, Newspapers, and Magazines, they are preaching their doctrine of tolerance, equality, justice, and love. They do not want to be perceived as abnormal or dangerous. They want acceptance and they want you to welcome them with open, loving arms, approving of what they do.

    In numerous states in America several bills have been introduced by the pro homosexual politicians to ensure that the practice of homosexuality is a right protected by law. Included in these bills are statements affecting employers, renters, and schools. Even churches would be required to hire a quota of homosexuals with “sensitivity” training courses to be “strongly urged” in various work places. There is even legislation that would make the state pick up the tab for the defense of homosexuality in lawsuits, while requiring the non homosexual side to pay out of his/her pocket.

    The Christian church has not stood idle. When it has spoken out against this political immorality, the cry of “separation of church and state” is shouted at the “religious bigots.” But when the homosexual community uses political power to control the church, no such cry of bigotry is heard. Political correctness says it is okay for the homosexual community to impose its will upon churches, but not the other way around. Apparently, it isn’t politically correct to side with Christians.

  14. Concerned Saint April 3, 2009 at 9:40 pm #

    I am so glad you addressed the Pearson program that was on the Word Network. I happened to see one part of it, and afterwards I told someone that I could actually see and feel Satan seducing the very men there on that platform that should have been rebuking that deceiver. Near the end of the program, some of the pastors were actually saying “Amen” to his garbage!! There is not only a spirit of deception with this man (Pearson), but also a strong seducing spirit. Notice how he constantly tried to use his intellectual knowledge of root words and original meanings (he says) to explain away the “truth” of the Word of God. Notice also his likable personality, and how he speaks so affectionaltely of some of the older saints. People, stay away from this man and his teaching. This is a set-trap, especially for those who were “so BLESSED” by his early ministry, and feel that maybe he’s just a little confused. Don’t believe it. This deception he’s under didn’t just start! It’s been a long time in the making. It should also make us stop and take a look at how we become such adoring fans of many of the charismatic minsters on the scene today who “get a little off track from time to time – but he’s really reallly good!” (as we say). What we call a little off track is really a glimpse of what’s really deep within these people’s hearts. For example, a man that has an affair and fathers a child outside his marriage, only to return to the pulpit and declare how God has “given him an even greater anointing”, isn’t a “little off-track, and only human”; that man is dangerous, proud, and will lead you and anyone who turns their mind and affections over to him to certain destruction. Saints, please wake up, and reject anything that is not according to the Word of God – regardless of how charismatic and talented they appear.

  15. nan April 3, 2009 at 10:00 pm #

    Carlton Pearson is a smooth talking devil. I was wondering when he would get to Mary when she was an adultress. I notice he didn’t mention when Jesus told her to go and SIN no more. Hello, he left out the most important part. You could hear the devil trying to impress with his Greek theology and smooth talking. Those Greek words are not going to get you into Heaven. It is clear that he doesn’t think that a person needs Jesus. He said that it wasn’t about what Jesus said, Come unto me all ye that are heavy laden and I will give you rest. He doesn’t believe the word of God at all. He has laid with dogs and now he has fleas. That Paulk stated once that he told his wife, “Let’s go make some new sins. Well he has plenty now. They have erred and are trying to take the rest of us with them. Well, I say, no way inclusion is a trick of the devil and if you ‘re not a careful you will fall. Be watchful, listen carefully and pray.

  16. nan April 3, 2009 at 10:04 pm #

    Those preachers let him have to much say. They should have corrected him on everything he said, but they didn’t. I can and do disagree with what he said unlike the preacher from Jacksonville, Fl saying, ” I can’t agree with you and I can’t disagree with you. ” What the heck was that. Pick one man you punked out, you really punked out.

  17. Tony April 3, 2009 at 10:08 pm #

    Interesting how none of the traditional pastors could come close to refuting Bishop Pearsons theological positions. He was well versed, knew the church’s history, and understood opposing viewpoints of the panel. I found it amazing that he knew about Nicean and Constantinople Councils. To actually know that men (Eccumenical Bishops) sat down at the councils to deliberate what “faith” and “doctrine” should look like was a revelation to me. Apprantly the council sessions were intense, passionate, full of opposing viewpoints.

    Whats king is that *the Holy Spirit* or God didn’t determine Biblical canon or scripture, but * men* did.

    If you doubt this, research:
    Biblical Cannon and the work done at the Nicean AND Constantinople Councils. What is also interesting is that the Apocrapha, which in theologically conservative or rigid circles has the same putrid Odor as sewage, is a collection of books who’s inclusion was *rejected* by *men*.

    I’m not saying I agree with all of his points. But certainly the formation of the early church, and specifically the “hands-on” nature of mankind’s involvement in determination of a) acceptable scripture and b) the definition of heresy are exceptionally fascinating.

    When begin to see how 66 books of the bible came into fruition, the some (not all) aspects of the Gospel of Inclusion make complete sense.

    I’m gonna buy his book and study it for myself. Sounds like its a more plausible face of the intention of God than “Hell Fire and Damnation” which of course, have nothing to do with love (what-so-ever).

  18. gcmwatch April 3, 2009 at 10:08 pm #

    We have falsely been taught that the devil is the thief! The thief is the CROOKED preacher and pastor that robs and scatters GOD’S FLOCK! The Devil is the WOLF that eats the sheep because they were led by a false shepherd!

    Im going to second that. false shepherds are luring the sheep right into the mouth of the wolf. God help us today!

  19. gcmwatch April 3, 2009 at 10:20 pm #

    Yeah nan, did you hear when he kept saying Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, you gotta get Jesus to get to heaven!” He was spitting it out as if Jesus was a nasty word!!

    It reminded me of a Jehovahs Witness lady who came to my door the other day. We got into about them not going to other folks churches. She told me one of the reasons is because the churches emphasize Jesus too much and do not talk about “Jehovah”. In other words, to them Jesus is a lesser player not deserving the same attention as “Jehovah”. I was ready to drop kick her on that one and usually Im a pretty nice guy.

    Pearson sounded like he despised the fact that JESUS is the only way to God. Again, as has been pointed out, this was satan voicing his hatred of the Anointed One through this puppet.

  20. vrr35 April 3, 2009 at 10:36 pm #

    Okay lol, I got a little long winded so bare with me lol.

    First I want to say excellent piece Pastor Foster and I watched all three videos. Carlton Pearson gospel of “Inclusion” is very persuading and luring…….IF YOU DON’T KNOW CHRIST. Someone who’s lost and searching for Christ would be really messed up if they heard his gospel of “Inclusion”. The sad part is that some have already accepted his gospel. Carlton Pearson said in an NBC Dateline interview that one night he was watching the Rwanda Refugee Crisis on the news and said to himself (paraphrasing), “those people must be Muslim and going to hell because God you’re suppose to be a loving God and wouldn’t allow someone to suffer like that.” Carlton Pearson than said, “I heard God speak to me right there and said, “Is that what you think WE are doing? and Carlton said he replied, “will that’s what we been taught”.

    What puzzles me is that with all of Carlton Pearson’s knowledge of the bible, education, and his extensive Greek vocabulary knowledge, which he kept throwing out in the videos you posted Pastor Foster; Why doesn’t Carlton Pearson has enough sense and bible knowledge to realize that the Satan can speak to us to. The bible says in 2 Corinthians 11:14, “And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light”. I can understand his rationale in wanting God to include everyone in Salvation, but that’s not what the bible says. Carlton Pearson discredits the bible by saying in the video that he thinks the bible was inspired by godly men but not inspired by God.

    Salvation is included for everyone but you have to accept it. But again Carlton Pearson says that he doesn’t believe in the mechanics of the process which Romans 10:9-13 layouts for salvation. My question for Carlton Person would be this if I could ask him; Carlton if everyone is automatically redeemed and “Saved”, and you don’t believe in Hell, then what are you still preaching for? I mean if we are all “Included” in God’s redemption for Salvation, then what’s the use too preach?

    I can understand more than probably anyone on your blog Pastor Foster about being hurt in the church and by the church which you know who I am. So I can understand how people who use to be a Christian that has had something horrible in church happen to them, perception of church and God can change. But this gospel of “Inclusion” is poison. Carlton Pearson says the bible isn’t the original manuscript, therefore, nobody knows how authentic it is because it’s been change so many times. It sounds like something Satan would say. There’s no accountability in the gospel of “Inclusion” and person can live however they like without any consequences. I bet the members who belongs to his new church are involved in all kind of sins. Think about it, if you belonged to his church wouldn’t you too because you’re being taught by your pastor that you’ll still go to Heaven and nothing wouldn’t happen to you. So what’s stopping me from sleeping with sister Betty, being gay, robbing, stealing, and etc….NOTHING!

    The pastors that were on that panel were too nice with him, you can’t PLAY with the DEVIL because as you see in the videos, Satan knows the bible backward and forward. So the pastors on the panel knew they couldn’t outsmart Carlton with the bible. As for D.E. Paulk, he’s just as lost as Pearson and the church his pastors is blind. His father biological father is the now late Bishop Earl Paulk, who just died this past Sunday in Atlanta, who had sexual abused women and his granddaughter for years, and has lawsuit still pending by my friend Mona Brewer. I shared this with you Pastor Foster, but Mona said Paulk never asked her forgiviness even with knowledge knowing he only had weeks too live on earth. Her lawsuit is still going forward against D.E. Paulk’s church and the late Bishop Earl Paulk. D.E. Paulk tried to take up for his Earl Paulk for years and the Paulk’s lied to their congregaton for years that D.E. Paulk was Earl Paulk’s nephew. But in 2008 a DNA test proved that D.E. Paulk is actually Earl Paulk’s biological son, because Earl Paulk had a sexual relationship with his own brother’s wife. So D.E. Paulk is lost too.

    Romans 1:32 says, (particularly the last 13 words of this passage of scripture), Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them”.

    So as some of you have already mentioned in this blog that those who associate with anybody who’s preaching and living against the Word of God, and approving of them, is themselves just as guility.

    In conclusion, this gospel of “Inclusion” if you all notice is very charming and alluring, and even while I was looking at the video for a quick second or two I found myself thinking “will I can see his point”, but had to quickly shake that lie off. This gospel is like a Soothsayer hypnotizing you by waving a neckless in front of your eyes telling you to keep your eyes on the clock. I recommend anyone who’s not strong in Christ to RUNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN from this Carlton Pearson gospel of “Inclusion” before you end up in “Exclusion”, locked out of the Kingdom of Heaven.

  21. oregonsistah April 4, 2009 at 2:27 am #

    Some of the “crazy stuff I heard”

    Carlton

    His definition of sin is different from God’s.

    we can only be free from sin, if we are free to sin

    sin is an idol. church makes it an icon/issue
    whatever we make the issue, we make an idol, what???

    Jesus protects us from God and his purpose was to reconnect us to God from consciousness,and point us back to God consciousness..What???

    sin is not the issue, the Savior is????

    And….drum roll…from D.E. Paulk

    He had a dream and “the spirit of god asked him…because he “Sensed worship and manifest presence of God” (right)…

    “What would you do to be in my presence, would you be gay to be in God’s presence” (Heresy)…You are asking them to act in a way they are not just to be accepted in my presence”

    I was done…..

    Carlton finishes with

    “Jesus doesn’t require anything from Calvary.”
    .
    “He does not believe in inerrancy of scripture…Does not believe bible to be the letter of God…Belives inspired of man about God, and is One of most inaccurate translation of scripture (what???).

    Does not believe in Hell and cannot reconcile mercy with torture.

    His conscious is seered with a hot iron …

    I do give the preachers saying at the end that

    “No real christian would embrace the fact that the word of God is not the Word of God…Is not going to embrace what Carlton had to say…

    This is just a shame….Carlton is totally different from the person I remember in the 1980s..

    Also Lexi in watching her opening…I was all about “I am this, I am that”….I am a believer…My question a believer in what….

  22. tony April 4, 2009 at 2:35 am #

    Ad Hominem attacks bring zero substance to the discussion. What are your substantive points of contention with Bishop Pearson? If you believe the bible is the infallible word of God, back up your points with Scripture.

    GCMW: Tony we –and many others– have completely refuted and disproven this doctrine of devils. I suggest you go do some research before you start running defense.

  23. Mark April 4, 2009 at 4:55 am #

    Tony,
    Just how out of control do you think God is? I know sometimes it seems like it The human process of canonization had the hand of God all over it. Airus was struck down in death moments before the council was to vote on his heretical teachings. Like wise, just because men in the name of Christ commit christain jihad, makes them no more true to God’s word, does it? If scripture is man breathed, God is dead and man is alive and doing well. Nothing could be further from the Truth, and nothing could be more desired by Satan.

    It should also be noted, that there was never a time in history that the teachings of the Roman Catholic church were not disputed. Consider that fact as you seek the Truth and study the early church history.

    “inclusvists”, defacto, deny any reality of justice that is outside themselves. Once again, men putting their will and wisdom over God’s. I’ll take God’s justice over man’s anyday – for His justice is absolute, holy and True. to His word.

  24. Camille April 4, 2009 at 7:51 am #

    Seeing Carleton Pearson like this propels me to be on guard against deception, to stay before God in prayer, and to stay grounded in the word of God.

  25. gcmwatch April 4, 2009 at 1:15 pm #

    Oregansista, I have the say DE Paulk’s weird lie on the Holy Spirit may have sealed his fate. That was one of the clearest cases of blasphemy I have ever heard in my life.

    From such there is no forgiveness according to Jesus.

    Also note after Paulk said it, Lexi tossed it to the Jacksonville guy who COMPLETELY ignored what had just been said!!

  26. tony April 4, 2009 at 6:54 pm #

    Pastor DL,

    My attempt was not convey complete blind acceptance of Pearson but to dismiss “name-calling” from the discussion. If indeed others on this forum have studied and have an absolution bible-backed position on Pearsons alleged Heresy, there is no need to result to ad hominem attacks. That was my point. I tend to ignore or minimally give less creedance to the arguments of individuals who degrade to Ad Hominem attacks.

  27. Tameka April 5, 2009 at 1:53 am #

    This gospel is like a Soothsayer hypnotizing you by waving a neckless in front of your eyes telling you to keep your eyes on the clock. I recommend anyone who’s not strong in Christ to RUNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN from this Carlton Pearson gospel of “Inclusion” before you end up in “Exclusion”, locked out of the Kingdom of Heaven. ……… Enough said

    Thanks

  28. Tameka April 5, 2009 at 1:58 am #

    Amen SIS!!

  29. oregonsistah April 5, 2009 at 8:15 am #

    pastor foster: “exactly what is manifest presence of God and a sense of worship” as DE Paulk mentioned…all of this stuff is not biblical…it all sounds good to itching ears….

  30. Stephen Archer April 5, 2009 at 3:48 pm #

    The Gospel of Jesus Christ is inclusive of all sinners who repent from their sin and believe that Gospel, but exclusive of any who regard themselves righteous.
    So this Gospel is an exclusive Gospel.
    I think that Lexxi should have been asking questions like
    what is sin?
    Why is there a Gospel in the first place?

    In Scripture, it is declared that The Gospel is the Power of God unto Salvation, and salvation from what? Sin that separates any of us from God!
    And what is the Gospel?
    Is it a nice, mushi feeling inside of being included with others, being accepted for what you do…?
    In the Scriptures, it is declared that there is no one righteous, no not one!
    This is the reason, as in John 3 v 16, that God sent His Son into the world to become sin in our stead.
    So the Gospel is about the Ultimate Sacrifice that God made on our behalf, or the ones who have trusted in Him by Faith!
    The Gospel:
    Jesus Christ, the Son of God, the God-Man,
    was born of a virgin,
    lived a sinless life,
    performed miracles,
    taught the Scribes and the Pharisees in the Temple in Jerusalem,
    they rejected Him (as any of us!),
    He died,
    He willingly went to His death,
    He prophesied things that would happen after His death,
    He rose from the grave,
    He was seen of the disciples,
    He ascended to Heaven at the Right Hand of God the Father where He ever intercedes for those the Father gave to Him.
    So, I do not know where, these people are getting ‘this gospel’ of ‘inclusion’ from, but it is definitely not from His Word! It reminds me of Oprah and her gospel of inclusion, a gospel of self-righteousness.

  31. nan April 5, 2009 at 6:08 pm #

    When we call Pearson a devil, we are not name-calling. We are calling him what he is. He is a soothsayer, a trickster. Jimmy Swaggart who has repented, would have torn him apart with scripture and he wouldn’t have backed down. I say again, Pearson had tooooooooooooooooooo much time to talk. You watch though, he will have a mega-church full of homosexuals, prostitutes etc. who will not be repentant, because he doesn’t believe in the Word of God or hell.

    GCMW: Yes, he’s doing what the devil HIS FATHER does. He dominated the so-called conversation not to dialogue but to further seduce people with his greek wordplay which is really ironic. He can conjugate all that greek but still cant see the simplicity of the gospel. Every man needs Jesus. And without holiness no man shall see the Lord. You dont need to read the dead sea scrolls to understand that.

  32. gcmwatch April 5, 2009 at 8:15 pm #

    Stephen that really sums it up and I hadnt thought of it like that. The gospel of self-righteousness. This false gospel is coming from satan. Another jesus, another spirit, another gospel =FALSE

  33. Dee Gaffney April 5, 2009 at 10:04 pm #

    Mark,

    Please provide the House or Senate bill re: “Even churches would be required to hire a quota of homosexuals”. I need to give this to my church so we can call Congress and refer to this legislation. We missed this one.

  34. Dee Gaffney April 5, 2009 at 10:09 pm #

    Where in Scripture does it tell us which sinners we are to exclude over other sinners; that is the part I do not understand. How do we, who are not Christ, see who is repentent and who is not? What sin-test do we give at the church doors?

    GCMW: This isnt about “sinners”, its about people who claim to be saved,but are sinning. If you want to know what to do about that read 1 Cor 5.

  35. Dee Gaffney April 5, 2009 at 10:13 pm #

    And without folllowing the greatest commandment of all, no man shall see the Kingdom of Heaven. Is there no balance between repentence and grace? And is Christ not the one who grants both, not man, nor ministers? I am not saying “include all” certaining not unrepetent sinners who will not even admit their behaviors ARE sin! We are all sinners; how can we simulteanously be sinners and holy (re: “without holiness no man shall see the Lord”)?

    GCMW: Dee, why does there have to be a “balance” between repentance and grace? Isnt that like almost holy or kinda saved? As in your other post, this in not about SINNERS. I hope you cans see that instead of raising an issue that has nothing to do with Carlton Pearson and his heresy.

  36. dawkinswatch April 6, 2009 at 3:16 pm #

    Carlton Pearson _ is relying on the Alexandrian heresy.

    He always goes to the greek, so we should ask him what manuscript he is using? Because greek words change depending on whether you are using the corrupt Alexandrian manuscripts.

    They al claim to have heard God ( which god ?) tell them to include. Look i believe that every revelation has to be weighed against scripture and rejected if it clashes with the Bible.

  37. dawkinswatch April 6, 2009 at 3:38 pm #

    Part 3 he goes says that Muhammed was a Christian.

    We should laugh him off the park. Look this man is preaching the masonic theosophical gospel. The fatherhood of god and the brotherhood of man.

    Carlton Pearson is a universalist- For him to bully the Tolan Morgan. Some of the Church Fathers were heretics and for him to give them props is nonsense.

    We are not Universalist just because we are not Catholic.

    Part 3 it is where it gets interesting he claims he is univesalist but then condems the universal church ( Catholics) for being sun worshippers.

    Carlton is from Oral Roberts, Kuhlman school of taking over Pentecostals via Ecumenicalisms. Sure they claim to have distanced themselves from him but eventually they are going back to him. He is being used to gauge how far they can push the envelope.

    These cats who go to seminary and allow the Rosicrucians who have taken over the Universities to run tricks on them. Seminaries is where the hatred is.

    In her scholarly work ” Billy Graham and His Friends” Cathy Burns shows us how communists targetted seminaries and took them over.

  38. Rogers April 6, 2009 at 4:00 pm #

    It’s unfortunate, but it appears that Pearson is a product (and maybe victim if you refer to the “deceiving and being deceived” passage) of the recent church movement that prizes novelty and experience. What do I mean by novelty? Well, everyone is always attempting to upgrade the church: they tell us that we need new ministries, new facilities, new teachings, new slogans, new interpretations, new bibles. The result has been that people increasing crave newness rather than soundness…But more than novelty, what is more alarming in the recent church direction is the focus on experience. I can remember Bynum in her “no sheets” message getting all riled about no one was more justified to preach about “singleness” because they hadn’t experienced what it meant to be single, and to be tied up in lust week after week…experience is fine, but…some of the error we see with Pearson as well as many others, is using our experience as the centerpiece of the gospel rather than the backstage…he is using his experience to authenticate the gospel rather than the gospel and the word to validate and authenticate his experiences (e.g. this foolishness about feeling the presence of God at the gay church is ridiculous)…you get into dangerous slippage when you do such; I’ve seen Osteen do the same (he was on Larry King, mentioning that he didn’t know if Hindus were going to hell, because he visited India and he saw how they were so sincere and passionate in serving their god…)…this reminds me of the passage of scriptures in which woe was directed to the false prophets who say “Thus say the Lord, when the Lord has say nothing” and who say they speak a word from God when they really are prophesying out of their own hearts….in short, we are called to preach Christ and not ourselves—this is the core of this gospel of self and self-righteousness that has taken root in the church…this is an unfortunate and yet unsurprising turn Carlton has taken—more deception from his mouth is expected in the near future…

  39. Dee Gaffney April 6, 2009 at 4:50 pm #

    Everyone who claims to be saved is still sinning. You cannot really write about those who are still sinning without writing about sinners, can you? A verb (sinning) doesn’t get performed by itself.

  40. wannabereal April 6, 2009 at 5:19 pm #

    amen….and how about a pastor who says that God “told him to divorce his wife” and marry someone else 7 days later? Or a pastor who sleeps with his praise and worship leader and several other women under the guise of “kingdom relationships”? Or fathers a son by his brother’s wife?
    All symptoms of the same thing. Unconverted so-called preachers preaching their own “brand of christianity-lite” (no true repentance, holiness, sanctification, regeneration etc etc). Just lots of emotional blathering about how “folk don’t like you on your job” and “people keep hating on you cause you got FAVORRRRR”….”It’s your time to be blessed”…
    Uggh…sickening….but not surprising.

  41. Concerned Saint April 6, 2009 at 5:22 pm #

    I’ll give a hearty “Amen!” to that, Pastor. It has been said (and rightly so, I think) that the “MAIN” things in scripture are the “PLAIN” things. I take that to mean that things pertaining to our salvation and eternal life (main things!) are stated very plainly in scripture. God has taken great care throughout the centuries to preserve those principles – in nearly all versions of the Bible. It would be unfair of God to shroud his provisions for salvation and eternal life in such deep Greek and Hebrew mysteries that the average person could never understand. Salvation and the way to God are MAIN things! Greek and Hebrew word studies have their place, but their place is never to replace or reinterpret the truth of the PLAIN things. Here are just a few “PLAIN” things:

    “For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16

    “For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men, teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world; Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ; Who gave himself for us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works.” Titus 2:11-14

    “Let not sin therefore reign in your mortal body, that ye should obey it in the lusts thereof. Neither yield ye your members as instruments of unrighteousness unto sin: but yield yourselves unto God, as those that are alive from the dead, and your members as instruments of righteousness unto God. For sin shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace. What then? shall we sin, because we are not under the law, but under grace? God forbid. Know ye not, that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey…? But God be thanked, that ye were the servants of sin, but ye have obeyed from the heart that form of doctrine which was delivered you. Being then made free from sin, ye became the servants of righteousness.” Romans 6:12-18

  42. elder jimmy April 6, 2009 at 6:35 pm #

    I am at work so I cannot give a detailed response to your biblically illiterate comment. Let me say this: The apostle Paul wrote that we are not to keep company with those who claim to be bretheren and live in opposition to Christian teaching. The NT also says: After one or two admonitions to one who promotes a false gospel we should reject them. Your word playing on sin, sinners and sinning is worthless to the subject matter at hand.

  43. gcmwatch April 6, 2009 at 7:07 pm #

    uhhh coming out of Paulks mouth, I cant say that it has any substantial biblical meaning. Just more religious popcorn kernels for the itching ear crowd.

  44. oregonsistah April 6, 2009 at 8:02 pm #

    i love these scriptures and thank you for bringing them to my remembrance…they truly touched my heart…

  45. LJ Gettis April 6, 2009 at 8:12 pm #

    I saw all three of these episodes when they aired and I could not put into words my reaction to the pastors that were afraid to disagree with him. Hmmmmmm.

  46. proverbs28nine April 7, 2009 at 2:17 am #

    There’s a simple story that illustrates this very concept of deception and word play. I’m sure we Bible scholars are all familiar with it.

    Genesis 3
    1Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the LORD God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?

    2And the woman said unto the serpent, We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the garden:

    3But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die.

    4And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die:

    5For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.

    6And when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat.

    There’s a striking parallel in how he chooses to say words in the scripture don’t really mean what they say. And the dummies on stage with him swallow it up like it’s the truth of the Gospel. Eve may not have dropped dead, but she died spiritually and then eventually naturally. This was never in God’s plan for us.

    I also watched the ABC Nightline program and he and his companion repeatedly spoke in condescending, “I know more than you and have a higher conscious of God through myself.” And we’re lost because we haven’t reached their level of spiritual enlightenment. Most of his sentences began with “I”, and none of his belief has scriptural backing. It’s all “feeling” the presence of God, and not believing God. We walk by faith and not by sight. Our senses will deceive us if we allow them to.

    But what does the Bible say (and why these so-called preachers should be ashamed of themselves for allowing his mess):

    2 Corinthians 10: 2-6
    2But I beseech you, that I may not be bold when I am present with that confidence, wherewith I think to be bold against some, which think of us as if we walked according to the flesh.

    3For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war after the flesh:

    4(For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds;)

    5Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ;

    6And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled.

    Ephesians 4:17-19:

    17This I say therefore, and testify in the Lord, that ye henceforth walk not as other Gentiles walk, in the vanity of their mind,

    18Having the understanding darkened, being alienated from the life of God through the ignorance that is in them, because of the blindness of their heart:

    19Who being past feeling have given themselves over unto lasciviousness, to work all uncleanness with greediness.

    May God Bless each of you. Stay in the word, and in prayer. I’m sick to my stomach at the overall level of ignorance in the body of christ. I want to see real power restored, and not this feeeling session that’s going arond.

    -He’s coming back sooner than you think!!

  47. gcmwatch April 7, 2009 at 4:33 am #

    P289, thats a good word and rightly applied too. People forget that satan uses masterful cunning and subterfuge to his advantage against unsuspecting and/or otherwise unaware humans. Christians are in the bunch too but only because we do not place God’s word as a premium authority in our lives. That opens the door and invites the tactics of people like Pearson (with satan working through him) to lure people into his snare. Why else would Pearson deny first the existence of hell, then satan himself when there is irrefutable alpha and omega evidence in the scriptures?

    Satan must appear harmless and wise –even benevolent– otherwise he would “scare” people. But the prophet must consistently expose his true nature, character and intentions by the Word of God. Even when it seems to be inconsequential, we must call the devil out and rebuke him. Every crack is an opportunity for him to lure a soul into damnation. We used to sing a song

    Dont let the devil ride.
    Dont let the devil ride.
    If you let him ride, he’ll want to be your guide
    Dont let him ride.

    Better believe that’s true. But some people think ignoring satan works against him. Nothing could be further from the truth.

    And youre right. A veil of ignorance/blindness has fallen on the body but I pray that God give us our sight back. Its quite possible that this blindness is part of a season of discipline we are in. Thanks so much for your blessed words.

  48. Tony April 8, 2009 at 7:02 pm #

    I don’t think he was *dominating* the conversation, but the other pastors where thoroughly incompetent. They were not remotely studied enough to be on television purposing to refute what they perceive to be heretical. They dont know the word as much as they pretend to. This is why Pearson ran utter circles around them. He actually knows the scriptures. Now, wether you agree with his division of the scriptures is a different matter all together.

  49. Chaplain Mark Stevens April 15, 2009 at 3:29 pm #

    The season of God’s wrath is upon us because of our willful disobedience and gross immorality. There will be no judgment you say? Examples in the Old Testament portray a sharp rise in widespread sexual sin and idolatry before a harsh and swift judgment from God.

    Genesis 19 – God destroys Sodom and the cities of the plains for its wickedness namely unrepentant pride in its sexual sins and human injustices.
    Numbers 25 – God send a plague of deadly sexual disease among Isreal after the men of Isreal give themselves over to sexual pleasure with Moabite women. The plague destroys 24,000 men and would have killed many more were it not for the zealous action of Phineas.
    Judges 19,20 – After homosexuals in the tribe of Benjamin commit rape and murder, then reject the other 11 tribes’ appeal to repent, civil war erupts plunging Isreal into a bloodbath. Only 1000 of the 25,000 men in Benjamin are left alive. This, the writer of Judges somberly observes, is because “every man did what was right in his own eyes”.
    1 Kings 14, 24, 15:12 – Jeroboam, known as one of Isreal;s most wicked kings set in motion events that led to the destruction of the Northern Kingdom. A benchmark of his reign was the tolerance of idolatry and homosexuality.
    Lest we dismiss such things as OT law, the Apostle Paul wrote ”Now these things happened as examples for us, so that we would not crave evil things as they also craved. Do not be idolaters, as some of them were; as it is written, “THE PEOPLE SAT DOWN TO EAT AND DRINK, AND STOOD UP TO PLAY.” Nor let us act immorally, as some of them did, and twenty-three thousand fell in one day. Nor let us try the Lord, as some of them did, and were destroyed by the serpents. Nor grumble, as some of them did, and were destroyed by the destroyer. Now these things happened to them as an example, and they were written for our instruction, upon whom the ends of the ages have come” (1 Cor 10:6-11). Change will not come by physically killing other people, only by repentance and submission to the will of God.

    Pearson is not alone in leading people astray. There are religious pied pipers you revere and blindly follow, while rejecting the true knowledge of God. Sadly, if you do not repent and turn away, you will be destroyed because you reject that which can save you.

  50. Chaplain Mark Stevens April 17, 2009 at 10:54 pm #

    Is same-sex marriage simply allowing another kind of couple to have the same benefits enjoyed by opposite-sex couples? Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. In God’s social system, obedience creates benefits; sin causes problems.

    First of all, hetero-couples don’t need any help having children. Homo-couples need opposite sex donors. And if a doctor declines to help because of his faith he might be sued for “discrimination.”

    Or, if the homo-couple decides to adopt, woe to any adoption agency that refuses to accommodate them. In Massachusetts, where same-sex marriages are legal, an adoption agency was told by the state that they must place children with homo-couples who were “married.” After a lengthy battle, they decided they would quit the adoption business altogether. Now, legitimate hetero-couples in Massachusetts no longer can get adoption help from this agency.

    Two years ago, the Vatican banned Catholic agencies from placing children with homo-couples. San Francisco city council responded with a resolution condemning the church’s teaching as “hateful and discriminatory” showing “insensitivity and ignorance.” Catholic leaders countered with a suit that the resolution violated the Constitution’s prohibition of government hostility toward religion. That case is currently before the 9th Circuit court.

    In the business world, a Christian photographer in New Mexico was fined for refusing to photograph a lesbian “commitment ceremony.” In Texas, a gardener was sued by a homosexual for refusing to do business with him. A printer in Canada was fined for refusing to print a job for a homosexual organization.

    Ministries are also under attack. In Canada, Christian Horizons, a ministry to the developmentally disabled, was fined $23,000 for firing a female employee who was having an affair with another woman. Publishers Zondervan and Thomas Nelson are currently being sued by a homosexual. He claims that the bibles that they sell, which call homosexuality a sin, have caused him “emotional pain and mental instability.”

    Pastor Harry Jackson, of Hope Christian Church in College Park, Maryland sees a move by homosexuals to pressure all Christian churches to “change the foundational beliefs,” and ordain openly gay ministers. Presbyterians, Lutherans, and Anglicans have already given in and ordained homosexuals causing a major rift in their denominations.

    Their next goal is evangelicals. “Be prepared for things to get rough,” says Jackson. His church, along with T.D. Jakes’ Potter’s House, Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church, Willow Creek, and Saddleback, have all been visited by radical homosexual activists SoulForce and Equality Riders. So far the dialog and visits have been civil but these groups have demonstrated a willingness to even be arrested for disruptive behavior.

    “Be prepared for things to get rough,”

    As you can see, legalizing same-sex marriage has far greater implications than just joining two people in “holy matrimony.” The bottom line here is the fact that these people want to make it illegal to say that their behavior is sinful.

    They are very skillful in using the media and the law to advance their agenda. Jackson says that education and religion are their next battlegrounds. California and other states already have laws forcing favorable teaching of “alternate lifestyles.” An elementary school in Pennsylvania has been forced to explain to their third graders why a fellow boy student now comes in girl’s clothing and is called by a girl’s name.

    Unfortunately, even some “Bible believers” disagree with God that this “alternate lifestyle” is an abomination. But we have to believe that there are enough “decent people” left who will rise up in indignation if they only knew the truth: homo-marriage makes big problems for society.

  51. melvin jones April 30, 2009 at 6:20 pm #

    THANK YOU, GCM WATCH FOR YOUR MINISTRY, ALSO CHARISMA MAGAZINE AND G.CRAIGE LEWIS’ EX-MINISTRIES. PLEASE CONTINUE TO EXPOSE UNGODLY PRACTICES AND LIFESTYLES IN OUR CHURCHES. THESE MINISTRIES HAVE CAUSED MY WIFE AND I TO EXAMINE THE BOOKS ANDGOSPEL MUSIC PUT OUT IN PUBLIC BY OUR CHURCH CELEBRITIES. I REGRET THAT I HAD BOUGHT SOME OF THESE PRODUCTS, AND I WILL NOW PRAYFULLY LOOK INTOTHE BACKGROUND OF THESE WAYWARD SAINTS. IN LEXI’S SHOW, THOSE PASTORS ARE NOT GOOD BECAUSE THEY SHOULD BE CORRECTING PEARSON AND NOT ALLOW HIM TO GIVE HIS FALSE DOCTRINE REASONS.

  52. Icarg June 4, 2009 at 12:41 am #

    100% in agreement with you!!! Carlton is a reprobate. He is going to hell. He has blasphemed the Holy Ghost (and clearly there is no forgiveness). It is impossible for him to ever return to holiness. How sad for his children (his seed). I do not pray for Carlton because he is hopeless, but I do pray for the children that they may denounce him and believe on the Lord Jesus Christ. This is one of many signs of Jesus’ soon return. Get ready, the Lord is on his way back, and He’s not coming in peace, but in war against all those that failed to believe. Let us stay save and make sure our calling and election is sure.

  53. Icarg June 4, 2009 at 12:48 am #

    AMEN!!! Blasphemy!

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