DE Paulk carries on “unc-dad’s” abominations

If you live in Atlanta, you know about the church formerly known as the Cathedral at Chapel Hill in Decatur. Now it is a habitation of demons, devils and foul spirits thanks to the passed down legacy of Earl Paulk to his nephew-son DE (Donnie Earl) Paulk. Just like the wicked Manasseh and his son Amon, these two have vomited out abominations over and over again.

I have been following our brother and fellow Atlanta area blogger I’m Speaking Truth’s  dizzying look at the plunge into further apostasy and idolatry at that religious organization. Some of it is truly unspeakably disgusting.  Paulk, the DE type, in order to fill the canaverous hole in the ground on Flat Shoals Parkway is practicing an extreme form of inclusionism (all of it is), including endorsing and promoting the book of a man convicted in 1988 of 5 felony child sex abuse counts including child molestation and procuring a child for pornography.

Read here and here for the full story.

 

 

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9 thoughts on “DE Paulk carries on “unc-dad’s” abominations

  1. Thanks for shedding more light on Donnie Earl, Pastor Foster.

    Folks thought that we were loosing our minds over sounding the alarm on those Soulforce meetings…“all they want to do is just share their experiences and insight, why can’t you be open-minded”.

    Well, Donnie Earl is a perfect example of what happens when you just share experiences instead of reiterating salvation through Christ alone and repentance of sin.

    And I’m just getting started brother – Dr. Barbara King’s Club is next for review…check back later today.

  2. Thank you my brother. Pastors beware…This is a text book example of what “dialogue” will do to you in addition to refusing to renounce the sins of the father-uncle.

  3. Man, both of those articles are…Man, I can’t even get the word out. This is why the churchand the sheep in it cannot be open-minded to everything…

  4. OK Pastor Foster –

    I’ve just finished climbing through the heretical soup that is the Hillside International “Truth” Center here in the ATL – now my head is spinning and I need a shower to wash off all of the garbage I waded through.

    We know that Barb King was on the forefront of the inclusion/universalism/ecumenical/new thought movement in these parts for quite some time. Carlton Pearson paid a visit to her church club last month to speak on inclusion – but it appears as though she pre-dates him in the pursuit of heresy.

    This is more evidence of the nullification of sound doctrine in order to pursue “love and hapiness”. Folks think they’re going to a “regular church” because there is a praise team, a “pulpit” and collection plates – but they better square up what the hear with what they read in God’s Holy Word.

    Lord have mercy…

  5. This is a website that needs to check its motives against the love rule.
    Love hopes all things, believes all things, endures all things, and LOVE (GOD) never fails.

    D.E. is a man with a very big heart and a passion to share the love and power of Christ with all. I know this on a personal level, and cannot abstain from saying so.

    Please read the bible and see truth rather than religious bigotry and spin.

    I stand with D.E. as a revolutionary one who seeks to know truth and light and find God in all people I come in contact with. I will leave the judging to you all and try to simply love others and keep myself (alone) in check. You would all do well to do the same.

    GCMW: You forgot to address the FACT that DE Paulk endorses a book by a man convicted in 1988 of 5 felony child sex abuse counts including child molestation and procuring a child for pornography. What if that was one of your daughters the man molested and DE Paulk endorsed his book? Would you still talk about “big hearts” and “passion”? Hopefully, you’ll be man enough pastor not to ignore the obvious with all your talk about the “love rule”.

  6. Pastor Jon,

    You are an apostate. I will not mince words seeing that we are ever approaching the end times. You may find “god” in all people but Jesus is not there. Christ came to this world to set people free from the damnation rightly appointed to all men. His people will NOT be found guilty in front of a righteous God. Why? Simply put Christ died on the cross and shed his blood for sinners. Those who have repented and have been saved by God’s grace are his children. You my friend are in grave error and are a Pied Piper leading the lemmings off a cliff into hell. Your inclusive doctrine fails to understand the gravity of sin. You are a heretic.

    Kyle

  7. I stand with D.E. as a revolutionary one who seeks to know truth and light and find God in all people I come in contact with. I will leave the judging to you all and try to simply love others and keep myself (alone) in check. You would all do well to do the same.

    Well, “Pastor Jon”, you go ahead and stand with D.E. Paulk, Carlton Pearson, Barbara King, and every other apostate denying the Lordship and Supremacy of Christ alone concerning salvation unto God.

    It’s a sad day when these degenerate wolves are defended as the Gospel lies as a battered victim along the wayside.

    My brothers Kyle and gcmwatch have already dismissed your misguided “love” speech – so I’ll do the same.

  8. I don’t know about your bible, but mines says to judge not, less you be judged. When Jesus came to the women that had been caught in adultery, He commanded her to go and sin no more, but this was after he said to those who were standing in judgment, that “he who was without sin, let him cast the first stone.” Sin is sin, whether its lying, stealing, fornication, molestation or murmuring and complaining and backbiting especially against leadership.. I, by NO means condone what was done, but we serve a big God who is fully capable of dealing with this situation that says judgement is his and he will repay for he is the righteous judge. Our responsibility according to the word is to pray for our brothers and sisters in the lord as to restore them after they have been found in a fault. Be very, very, careful, lest you fall. Always in Him! Min. Winnie, NJ

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