Short version: Fake churches don’t preach on Jesus, they glorify flawed humans. They invite sexually perverse politicians to their pulpits to “preach.” There is some good news here, though. With churches like this you have absolutely no excuse about knowing whether they are legitimate or not. If you follow people and churches like this then you get what you deserve. I sometimes feel sorry for those taken in by wolves in sheep’s clothing, but not for wolves like this guy who got too warm and took the sheep’s clothing off. It is like they aren’t even pretending to be Christian any longer.
False teacher Chuck “Jesus is not the only way” Currie took a break from taking little girls to gay pride parades to describe the upcoming “worship” services at the two denominations he serves (UCC and UMC).
The people of University Park Church and Sunnyside Church invite you to celebrate The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday on January 20th at University Park United Methodist Church (worship begins at 9:30 am). Our special guest that morning will be new Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek. A reception in Speaker Kotek’s honor will be held following the service where she will make brief remarks about her agenda in the Legislature and will answer questions.
The regular worship service at Sunnyside Church will not be held on January 20th so that members can worship at University Park Church.
Speaker Kotek “will be the first openly lesbian lawmaker to lead a state legislative chamber in the U.S.,” notes The Huffington Post.
Got that? Combo “worship” service led by a lesbian politician.
“We consider this a great victory for the civil rights of all Oregonians,” says Rev. Currie. “As we celebrate the work of Dr. King and reflect on his unfinished agenda for equality of all, regardless of race or creed, along with his work to fight poverty and end war, it is right and proper to honor Speaker Kotek’s accomplishment.”
First, sexual preferences are not civil rights.
Second, as flawed as King was, I am not aware of him being pro-LGBTQ. Seems like more than just poetic license to claim that he was on your side of this issue. Currie was caught before claiming King was pro-abortion because he spoke favorably of Planned Parenthood, but Planned Parenthood was still anti-abortion at the time. Just more revisionist history. Seems to me that King might have been upset that abortions kill blacks at a rate 3x that of whites and that people like Currie and his denominations support the Democrats’ plan to take that even higher with taxpayer-funded abortions.