Bishop Carlton Pearson, whose doctrine called the ” Gospel of Inclusion”, caused him to plummet from his former powerful position of influence within Pentecostal church circles, is slated as a speaker for a gay church conference. Pearson along with Rev. Deborah Johnson was lauded by the Metropolitan Community Church’s presiding elder as a “stellar speaker with grace” who would “facilitate us moving in this direction”. Since Pearson has produced no evidence that his petitio principii has had any effect on non Christians such as hindus, muslims and buddhists, we can only conclude that his doctrinal repositioning was simply a grandly staged metaphor for homosexual acceptance.
Pearson’s appearance at the “People of African Descent” conference most likely signals an attempt by the MCC to draw more black folk into its spider web by using the charismatic Pearson as bait.
Speaking of the MCC, Journal of a Battling Christian (Rik Fleming who is an awesome theologian and writer) has posted a summary review of local MCC churches’ actual beliefs. He writes:
When I began studying Gay Theology about 6 months ago I had no idea just how bad the theology and the fruit of the Gay Theology and the Gay denominations would be.
Granted, there are no perfect churches and wolves are probably to be found in just about every denomination. The difference however is that in the Metropolitan Community Churches (MCC) and other like-minded denominations the bad fruit is indicative of the denominationally endorsed doctrines and practices.”