‘Not-So-Fond Memory: The Flatline Church’ (2017)

Clergy for Choice” – Lee Duigon

Self-alleged clergy: they stand with Satan.

Years ago I interviewed a big wheel in the United Methodist Church; and he said,”The first thing I learned in seminary is that the Bible is not the Word of God.”

Not-so-Fond Memory: The Flatline Church

This is the motto of the flatline church. The dead church. The church that performs “gay marriages” and “celebrates” abortion.

And then they wonder why there’s no one but stone-headed liberals left in their pews.

If the Bible is not God’s word, then we do not have God’s word. Period.

Are there any seminaries left that teach that? I can’t seem to find one.

‘Flatline Churches Rally ‘Round Abortion’ (2018)

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Disgusting, isn’t it?

Do you ever wonder why God doesn’t just take a broom and sweep this planet clean? And there things said and done today–in His name, no less–that make you fear Him running out of patience?

Flatline Churches Rally ‘Round Abortion

“Reproductive justice?” I’m surprised their tongues don’t shrivel at the roots.

Someday the people who posed grinning for this picture will find themselves in another kind of picture altogether.

‘And Then They Booed God’ (2012)

And here’s what they cheer for.

I watched this live on television, so I’m immune to efforts by Our Free & Independent Nooze Media to convince me that I didn’t see what I saw and didn’t hear what I heard.

And Then They Booed God

At their 2012 national convention, Democrat Party delegates booed God. You might say they booed a transparently dishonest effort to put God’s name back into their platform after they took it out. But either way, the Lord gets booed.

Why should we expect our country to prosper, as long as there’s a Democrat Party?

‘A Satire That’s Become a Reality (Aaaagh!)’ (2015)

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I’m re-running this post, from six years ago, because we must never lose sight of what we’re up against.

False teaching and false prophecy have become so rampant in the flatline churches, it’s almost impossible to satirize them anymore. Look what happens when you try!

A Satire That’s Become Reality (Aaaagh!)

I mean, come on! They even used the purposely silly name I gave the satire! “The New New Testament.” Cobbled together out of ancient twaddle rejected by the Church centuries ago.

False teaching, false prophecy, are very much with us.

Hang on to your Bible.

‘You’re Still a Racist’ (2016)

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I re-run this post from time to time to remind readers that “You’re all racists!” is a project that Far Left Crazy has been working on for quite a few years.

‘You’re Still a Racist’

Critical Race Theory, which aims at establishing the perpetual guilt of all white people and building a society founded on racial hatred, has been in the works for a long time. Here’s the “United Church of Christ” in 2016 hectoring its few dozen members to embrace their guilt. I wonder if anyone still belongs to the UCC; it might’ve been completely deserted by now.

Flatline churches have been a national disease for a long, long time.

‘Not-So-Fond Memory: The Flatline Church’ (2017)

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Churchmen who don’t believe in the Bible–honk if you think that’s a good idea.

Not-so-Fond Memory: The Flatline Church

That interview took place almost 20 years ago, and I wonder how much worse it’s gotten since then.

But the Bible is God’s word, we don’t have to listen to any little pipsqueaks who, for some inscrutable reason, made the church their career in spite of their unbelief. You’d they they’d be honest enough to give it up and go into used car sales or something.

‘Not-So-Fond Memory: the Flatline Church’ (2017)

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What can be said of the Church in any country where transgender propaganda, Drag Queen Story Hour, nearly-nude Super Bowl halftime shows on TV at the church, and the ACLU all flourish? Can we say that Church has failed?

Not-so-Fond Memory: The Flatline Church

The Enemy has been gnawing and sawing at the foundations since the late 18th century, and has made horrifying progress: but clever clods within the mainline/flatline churches think they can go along to get along–and who needs the Bible, anyway?

We do, sunshine! We don’t need you, there will always be a real Church, but we do need the Bible.

‘A Satire That’s Become Reality (Aaagh!)’ (2013)

Counterfeit Bibles

I wrote a satire in 2011 featuring a “New New Testament,” and lo and behold, two years later, a bunch of flatline churchmen actually published what they called a “New New Testament.” I hate being right all the time.

A Satire That’s Become Reality (Aaaagh!)

Now, who’s so dumb as to be unable to guess what’s in the New New Testament? Go ahead, give it a shot. It’s easy. Just ask yourself, “What would Rosie O’Donnell or Obama put in the Bible, if they were writing it?”

On second thought, who needs that kind of nightmare?

‘”A Good Christian'” (2014)

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What exactly is “a good Christian,” according to our secular fanatics?

‘A Good Christian’

See? They’re not intolerant at all! They just want us all to be “good Christians” and let them get on with the business of herding the whole human race into the Devil’s corral. That’s another attribute of “good Christians.” They never rock the boat.

The apostles? Bad Christians!

Flatline Churches Rally ‘Round Abortion

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Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain… unless you’re a “progressive Christian,” then it’s okay.

When the Son of Man returns, will He find faith in the earth?

Maybe–if He stays away from certain churches.

An ordained Presbyterian pastor, Rebecca Todd Peters, who is a professor at Elon University, has authored a book titled Trust Women: a Progressive Christian Argument for Reproductive Justice (https://www.lifenews.com/2018/08/29/presbyterian-pastor-if-christians-truly-value-women-they-will-support-abortion/). Yowsah, yowsah, says the preacher: if Christians truly “value” women, why, they’ll support abortion!

Not to be outdone, the United Methodist Church is proposing to change its kinda-sorta-not exactly position on abortion to “We support abortion!”

Both the Presbyterian “minister” and the Methodist churchmen resort to the euphemism, “reproductive health.” Like, pregnancy is a disease and the baby is the symptom. Like, a woman going to have a baby is not “healthy.”

Look at the title of Ms. Peters’ book. “Progressive Christian” is surely an oxymoron, like “colossal olives.” “Progressive Christians” oppose God’s word at every turn. They hate God’s word. And as for “reproductive justice,” what is that? Justice for whom? Certainly not for the baby in the womb. But when liberals speak of “justice,” it becomes a dirty word.

What is with these churches? They “marry” homosexuals, denounce God the Father as a relic of some imaginary “patriarchy”–or is that term now “kyriarchy,” or “archiarchy”?–butcher the scriptures, and then wonder why they’re hemorrhaging members. At the rate they’re going, the Presbyterian Church USA won’t see the 22nd century.

Then again, you might say that for our whole global humanist lunatic civilization.