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.