The "inclusive" Jesus scam

Myths are central to mythology. Beware, another Jesus is being built to specifications before your very eyes.

Talk to any gay christian movement adherent and you’ll get an earful about inclusion, inclusive theology, inclusive Jesus, radical inclusion and the likes which if the truth were told are antithetical to the Christ revealed in the scriptures. In fact the gay christian movement’s entire worldview is filtered through the defense of their sexual proclivities. Let me emphasize that it really doesn’t matter what the Bible says, if it does not affirm their worldview of sex and sexuality, it is counted as an enemy. You’ve probably heard them deride Romans 1 as a “clobber passage”.  The fundamental premise behind the whole inclusion dogma is the idea that everyone is supposed to be celebrated and affirmed no matter what they do or say. There’s a bankrupt streak of hypocrisy threaded in that premise which we’ll talk about later.

A matter of literary poverty?

The United Church of Christ’s inclusive language guide portrays the bible as a book which doesnt affirm the diversity of human experience. So they have decided to help God out and tell us what about depravity should actually be affirmed.

“Inclusive language is far more than an aesthetic matter of male and female imagery; it is a fundamental issue of social justice.  Language that is truly inclusive affirms sexuality, racial and ethnic background, stages of maturity, and degrees of limiting conditions.  It shows respect for all people.  Scripture proclaims the world is created, redeemed, and sustained by the Word of God, and the church attests to the power of language and words, recognizing that words have the power to exploit and exclude as well as affirm and liberate.”

Its a historical fact that new language ushers in new movements. Whether they are good or bad, words help to drive and define the movement’s goals. Thus, so-called inclusive language is part of satan’s scheme to create a competing Christ. Like the mythological gods of Greece and Rome,  a separate Christ is designed for each faction, each diversion, each sinful affirmation until we have so many false Christs, the real Jesus is buried amidst all the counterfeits. We know that this false Christ is in the pipeline already. He will be preceded by his false prophets and their false theologies to help prepare the way for him.

Will the real Jesus please stand up?

Well, he already has.

On the third day after his crucifixion, he was supernaturally brought back to life. Today, he lives and he alone occupies a seat at the right hand of the Father.

Some still haven’t got that newsflash yet and will become enamored with the loving, nonjudgmental Jesus because they refuse to believe the truth about him as recorded in scripture. There’s identification malfunction. You don’t identify false things by studying the false thing. You know the real one and that serves as your basis of judgment. That’s why only a real, consistent and obedient relationship with Jesus Christ of the scriptures will be your greatest protection against the deception of all things in partnership with the false Jesus.

Rev. Dr. Mark D. Roberts researched and wrote about the newly manufactured inclusive Jesus in his exhaustive paper “Christian Inclusiveness And The Inclusiveness of Jesus”

Roberts says it was written “to address a current crisis in the Episcopalian church, that of using the concept of inclusiveness, to include practicing gay and lesbian people in the church. However the topic carries a wide variety of applications. It seems to be a common belief that Jesus ‘hung out’ with sinners and this is often used as an excuse for doing the same thing.. for a friendship with the world.”

But listen to the apostates in the United Church of Christ and you will be bowing at the altar of idolatry before you know it. The slick ad they’ve launched uses a potpourri of images to imply that God doesn’t have a problem with how we want to live our lives. As long as we declare that it is good, he is just supposed to sign an X on the dotted line of approval. And what God is this? Its the same one mentioned in Romans 1. When people reject the authority and good will of God, they recreate a god in their own image who thinks like them, acts like them and looks like them. Just like the pagans of ancient times. Their superstition drove them to create gods who were just a immoral as they were.


19 thoughts on “The "inclusive" Jesus scam

  1. True!

    I recently watched this video: It’s a discussion between Carlton Pearson and Michael Beckwith, and they’re discussing how Pearson came to accept the gospel of inclusion and how he’s been rejected by the Church. Some of you may have seen this, but I just came upon it a few days ago.
    What’s so catchy about what they’re saying is the fact that it sounds so enlightening to some folk. So enlightining and progressive and 21st centurish. Our culture hates truth. And there are those in the Church who hate it, too. Pearson was one of them.
    I think Inclusiveness is nothing more than a result birthed by a culture that hates truth. It’s so acceptable to people because in it, no one’s offended, everyone has a place somewhere and there’s no confrontation about sin.
    It’s very politically correct.
    But does the following statement sound politically correct?

    “Do not think that I came to bring peace on the earth; I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. For I came to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; and a man’s enemies will be the members of his household. He who loves father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me; and he who loves son or daughter more than Me is not worthy of Me. And he who does not take his cross and follow after Me is not worthy of Me. He who has found his life will lose it, and he who has lost his life for My sake will find it.” (Matthew 10:34-39 NASB)

  2. Isaiah 5:20 says, ” Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!”

  3. Jesus Christ is an EXCLUSIVE God. He will exclude homosexuals, fornicators, sorcerers, liars, thieves, murderers ect from His Eternal Kingdom.
    Since evolution theory is a lie created to only hurt those who worship the real God of the Holy Bible, what applied 2000 years ago is good for today. Including all the Moral Law contained in the Bible.

    Isaiah 40:8The grass withers, the flower fades,
    But the word of our God stands forever.

  4. Question: does the “dont put a period, put a comma” have any legitimacy to it biblically speaking?

    If it does is the UCC only using it to promote their version of Christianity?

  5. Brother Jerald and Sister Ange,

    You both hit the nail on the head, and Ange, you quoted a scripture, that is nearly forgotten and/or never spoken about in the body of Christ, and for reasons I believe were all aware of, because of the climate and culture we live in. We live in the seeker friendly age, where truth has been set aside, leading me to believe is anyone claiming to be believers’, indwelt w/the “Spirit of Truth”, and I don’t mean that to be critical, but simply calling it for what it is, thats the reason for the great apostasy. Christ said, “the truth shall make you free”, many of us are not free because we’ve denied the truth about Christ, and in doing so, denied the truth about ourselves.

    Mr. Pearson has definetely gone “apostate”, which leads one to question and believe, as the Apostle John said, “If they departed from us, they were never w/us.” Yes there are some us, who can speak heresy, and not even know it, I believe Apollos fell into this category, until Priscilla and Aquilla, “ministered the gospel to him more perfectly”, but there are others like Pearson, who are speaking heresy knowingly, and denying him who brought them. Christ said, “I came into the world, to bear witness to the truth, anyone who loves the truth, listens, to me.” And if we love the truth, we will be indwelt w/the Spirit of Truth, who will lead us into all truth, about him who brought us, and about ourselves.

    Brothers and sisters, may we hold onto the truth, which leads to freedom and eternal life. And pray for those who have “purposed”, to hold onto lies, which lead to bondage and destruction. Quoting Christ, when he said, “anyone who loves the truth listens to me” doesn’t mean, were going to be jumping for joy all the time, because the Spirit of Truth, brings w/him the minstry of “conviction” which isn’t always comfortable, but those of us who love the truth, will hear, see and receive the truth, for what it is, not for what we want it to be.

  6. Robert,

    If you would permit me, this is no attempt on my behalf to correct you, for you are correct in your initial statement. But however if you would allow me to add to it, not take from it. As the Apostle Paul, said, “As were such, some of you, but you have been washed.” So the King of Kings, will not permit such into his kingdom, when they’ve become washed, as you and I and countless other have.

  7. Pastor, the “don’t put a period, put a comma” mantra is both dangerous and unbiblical.
    I don’t know about anyone else, but when I hear that, I think of people who, because of their unwillingness to accept the whole counself God, wait for some kind of new, enlightened revelation
    to come upon them. And when deception does come in the form of “enlightment”, these people both add to the Word of God and pervert it, thereby twisting and contorting the truth.
    Adding anything to God’s Word – or living by a comma – is adding your own words, thus adding your own truth. That’s disasterous because our own “truth” is governed by our own biases and rationale, which is is stark contrast to the ways of God.
    Living by a comma when it comes to God’s Word ends up being an exclamation point in eternal damnation as far as I’m concerned.

    So yeah, I think the UCC is using that to promote their own version of Christianity. It’s tailor-made for them because it’s their own version of truth.

  8. Bro. Tony,

    Something was wrong with Carlton Pearson years ago before coming out with his version of the gospel of inclusion. I knew Pearson was open to the demonic when he stated that Bishop CH Mason came and sat down on his bed to talked to him. I thought to myself isn’t that necromancy he is practicing. No one I don’t think ever checked him on it, at that time he was getting all the big name preachers to his Azusa Conferences, and having them as guest on TBN when he was hosting the program.

    The video I believe Angela stated about Michael Beckwith and Carlton Pearson, was produced by former Cosby Show star Lisa Bonet. Lisa Bonet is very much into the new age movement, that girl hasn’t been the same since she did that demonic voodoo movie Angel Heart back in the late ’80s.

    Inclusion is nothing more than Pantheism/Pagan Mystery Babylon religion all dressed up as alternative christianity.

  9. Very insightful posts as usual. I believe we see in the “gay Christian” movement the seeds of (or at least a key element of) the future “great apostasy” that Paul warned us about. Gay folks like to say that we Christians talk “too much about” homosexuality… but I think we probably dont talk/warn about it enough, in terms of the spirit that is behind the movement, and where it is trying to take the church.

    If ever there was a time churches should talk about this spirit and how it is trying to infiltrate and corrupt the church, the time is now.

  10. If Jesus will judge and weed out the homosexuals, etc., then why do we need to do it here on earth? Talk about hipocracy; aren’t these the people who need Jesus most? Why kick them out of church? Jesus didn’t send anyone away, in fact, he performed miracles on people, not because they were perfect, but because they approached him with great faith.

    Let’s all take a note from our Lord and Savior and LOVE people and welcome them, knowing that God is performing a great work in them. Who knows, maybe that great work, in combination with the forgiveness and compassion ordered by Christ, will bring them to the straight and narrow.

  11. Julie,

    Its not an issue of kicking them out of the church, the issue is turning from death to life, from darkness to light. We read in Paul’s ltr to the corinthians a situation between a young man and his mother in-law (incestous relationship) going on. Well Paul chastises the church for doing absolutely nothing in this situation, allowing the man and woman to do as they please, and feel comfortable. Well Paul called for them to be excommunicated, not for ill will, but to be buffeted by Satan, and upon clear and present repentance, be welcomed back in the sheepfold. And this discipline is to be exercised throughout christendom, regardless of what sin it is, if its “habitual” then is must be dealt with. For remember if God wants to discipline you, running to the church want suffice, he’ll come there and discipline you.

    What your speaking of and if tolerated is the “apostate” church, where everything goes. Yes the church is a hospital, but the question upon leaving is, are you well, or are you constantly coming, and not doing whats prescribed to get well. Christ convicts the church of Thyrtia in the bk of Rev., for allowing a false prophetess to run rampant, leading others into sin, he wanted her dealt w/so that she to could repent, well nothing was ever done, w/full awarness of what she was and doing. I’m reminded of the gospel of John, were the disciples are chasing after Christ, and upon turning around he said to them, “what are you looking for”, so many may enter the church, but the question is, are they looking for deliverance, or a group of people, known for there love and compassion, to justify and excuse sin.

  12. We LOVE them enough to tell them the truth BEFORE judgment day, for then it will be too late. It’s appointed for every man to die once, then the judgment (Heb 9:27). How will they know that they are in error unless the “church” tells them the truth from the Word of God. As I said in an earlier post, we show them love, BUT we do not compromise nor disregard God’s truth to receive love.
    And that’s exactly what the so-called “christian homosexual” lifestyle and agenda is doing, compromising God’s truth to receive perverted love…(and just for the record, any “heterosexual christian that fornicates or commits adultery outside of marriage is guilty of the same thing). Sin is sin, and unfortunately homosexual “christians” seem to think that “their” lifestyle is supposed to be excused and accepted as “normal” by the “true” body of Christ. But the devil is a liar, and so are those that declare that unrepented homosexuals will make it into heaven. They will be in hell with all other unrepented sinners as Revelations tells us below:

    Rev 22:14-15
    “Blessed are those who do His commandments, that they may have the right to the tree of life, and may enter through the gates into the city.
    But outside are dogs and sorcerers and sexually immoral and murderers and idolaters and whoever loves and practices a lie.”

  13. Carlton entertains a lot of homosexual company in public setting. He was ordained by a lesbian “bishop.”

    To Julie

    All homosexuals are welcome in my Church. But most don’t stay past one visit since the Presence of God dwells amongst us. Something about the darkness being exposed by the light and conviction setting in. We can’t help but show them compassionate love hug them and invite them to hear a Word from the Living God. Is there anything better?

    I know men personally who have been broken free from porn and masturbation so surely, surely Christ can deliver a homosexual, man I got to beleive it…..;^)

  14. Pastor and Bro., Jerald,

    I know this is off topic, but I was wondering could a discussion be opened about the “LOVE” of God. For that last (2) blog sessions, we constantly heard the phrase, “just love them.” Which we know most people will echoe to justify and make excuses for sin, and attempt to hide behind the “LOVE” of Christ. I believe some of those, who would attempt such a thing need to be disarmed, and taught about the true nature of God’s “LOVE.” Even those of us who already have a poignant relationship need to know more, and be challenged more, in understanding his love, as Paul would say, “oh that I might know him.” Just a thought brothers’.

    GCMW: We may have touched on that already in this post.

  15. Thanks pastor, read the article in its full contents/context extremely “insightful”, and right on point. For this is the “LOVE” of God I’ve come to understand/receive w/my finite capability. If I may, in the beginning of my walk w/Christ, I asked him under the unction of the Holy Spirit, what was this walk w/him all about, and he spoke to my heart, and said its about “LOVE” and its the thing you’ve all forgotten about. From that point on, I’ve been seeking after, “the more excellent way.” Forgive me going off topic.

  16. According to the video, “God is still speaking”

    This begs the questions as to whether what He is saying today contradicts what He has already said in His Word.

    Certainly God had commandments with a designed obsolesce in the OT, such as the sacrificial system which contained mere shadows and types of what was to be fulfilled in Christ.

    THAT is what the Epistle to the Hebrews is all about.

    But, this doesn’t mean that God is calling “good” today was He called “evil” yesterday, for even in the NT He upheld the same standard for sexual ethics.

    In fact, on sexual ethic issues the NT is even more strict that the OT since the redemptive plan of God was to bring man BACK to the ideal relationship that existed before the Fall. (Matthew 19:3-9)

    So, while the OT was redemptive and corrective of the fall and set in place a trajectory that restricted slavery, polygamy and so forth the NT by implication of its redemptive character took it a step further. (Read Philemon) The slavery laws were not intended to be “static” or normative for all time.

    So, is God still speaking today?

    Yep, although he overlooked many sins in the past, today He is calling everyone everywhere to repent. (Acts 17:3)


  17. What got me was the catch phrase at the end “find your church, find yourself” what about “find your church, find Jesus and then lose yourself!” Another attempt by the church to make provisions for sin. Jesus is truly coming back soon.

  18. Michael Beckwith should have been in the movie “Good Hair” with Chris Rock!!!

    I agree with Tony D. on this one. I believe the apostle John spoke well of Carlton and any other “inclusionists” when he said they went from us to show that they were not ever a part of us.I believe the apostle Peter also spoke well of them in 2nd Peter 2…
    “a sow returns to the mud and a dog licks up it’s own vomit.”

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