Tuesday, 9 April 2013

A so called man of God say Christ was wrong about marriage

Can it be that a  a man comes in the name of Jesus denies Jesus’ knowledge and teachings?

Reading the account of  Gina Miller  in Pro-homosexual ‘reverend’ shows profound scriptural ignorance about  Sean Hannity’s nationally syndicated radio show it seems this would be possible.

The Sean Hannity Show
The Sean Hannity Show (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
On his show Sean Hannity had two guests taking opposites sides of the marriage issue. “Reverend” Oliver White of the Grace Community United Church of Christ in St. Paul, Minnesota, recently lost his church building and most of his congregation because he chose to support the radical homosexual movement’s war to redefine marriage.

Because Hannity is not constrained by the limitations of a TV news schedule and the need to change subjects every 5 minutes, as is so often the case on cable news, he was able to allow the on-air debate over the scriptural basis for marriage to naturally unfold to the point where the lack of scriptural foundation for same-sex marriage was laughingly evident.  

Mr. White made a boatload of outrageous statements, but one in particular stands out for its shocking claims about Jesus.

Mr. White dropped also this statement:
“I don’t disagree with Jesus Christ, but what I do say, that if Jesus were alive today, I think that he would be more inclined to say, ‘You know, I didn’t know it all’. …I believe that the Jesus who also said ‘love your neighbor as yourself’ would not discriminate against a person on the basis of their sexual orientation.”
Please do read more about this radio interview:  Pro-homosexual ‘reverend’ shows profound scriptural ignorance
and find Oliver White on the Sean Hannity Show: 
Rev. On Gay Marriage: Today Jesus Would be 'Inclined to Say, 'You Know, I Didn't Know it All'

You also can find video fragments in which the minister is quizzed further on his unique and ever-morphinginterpretation of scripture by Hannity and it's revealed for the audience that his understanding of sin and morality is quite pliable and able to bend to meet any modern need: 
Pastor: Jesus was wrong about marriage


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