Pro-abortion false teachers pretend to care about the vulnerable people

Jim “the Gospel is all about wealth redistribution” Wallis is trying to get attention with a “filibuster” of sorts.  Via #FaithfulFilibuster — A Vigil for the Poor:

It’s time to end this shutdown. I’m standing in full view of the Capitol Building with a group of clergy and faith leaders who are here to offer a “Faithful Filibuster” of the government shutdown – and we’re going to keep talking until things change.

We know that this shutdown disproportionately affects the most vulnerable in our society. So our words will not be wasted diatribes or placements of blame. Rather, we will use God’s own words – reading the more than 2,000 Bible verses that speak to God’s justice for the poor and vulnerable – until this shutdown ends.

 

Will they read the parts about not taking innocent human life?  How about a filibuster opposing the Democrats’ strategy to increase abortion via taxpayer funding and less restrictions?

Will they read the parts about how Jesus is the only way to salvation (over 100 passages)?

Will they note that when God says to give He tells you to do it out of your pocket, not your neighbor’s?

Will they read the part about how “the Gospel is all about wealth redistribution?”  That’s a trick question, of course, because the Bible doesn’t say that.  Just Jim Wallis.

 

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4 thoughts on “Pro-abortion false teachers pretend to care about the vulnerable people”

  1. It is understandable that you would label someone who believes differently than you as a “false teacher,” but that puts you in dangerous territory. Even more dangerous is accusing someone of pretending something. How can you know the hearts of fellow believers? You know of course that Christians are all brothers and sisters in Christ, even though we don’t interpret the Bible the same way. Jesus said lots of important things,some of which we interpret differently, but he was very clear about the most important commandment: love God with heart, soul, mind, and strength, and your neighbor as yourself.

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    1. Hi Rachel — lots of people disagree with on various topics and they aren’t false teachers. I know Wallis’ teachings very well. He says the Gospel is “all about wealth redistribution.” He profits by encouraging people to tell the gov’t to take from neighbor A by force to “give” to neighbor B. But of course that isn’t giving. Wallis distorts the Bible in every post. He prattles on about the least of these and the vulnerable yet supports the most pro-abortion President and legislation in history.

      Paul tells us what we need to know about Wallis et al in Galatians 1:8 But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be accursed. 9 As we have said before, so now I say again: If anyone is preaching to you a gospel contrary to the one you received, let him be accursed. 10 For am I now seeking the approval of man, or of God? Or am I trying to please man? If I were still trying to please man, I would not be a servant of Christ.

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  2. In relation to Rachel’s comment: We can know the hearts of others by their words and actions. Words and actions do not occur without first being birthed in the heart. Jesus told us to watch out for false prophets. Well, if we are bound to not make judgments because we don’t “know their hearts” then how can we ever watch out for false prophets and false teachers? The only way to know if someone is a false prophet or false teacher is to compare their doctrine against the doctrine of the Bible. Yes, the Bible does have a doctrine that is rightly interpreted by the Scriptures through the power of the Holy Spirit. There is one interpretation that God has given us in His Word, not multiple interpretations that take and twist Scripture to fit the foolish wicked flesh of man. Why would God give multiple interpretations so that people are confused and deceived? That isn’t the work of God by His Spirit, that is the work of sinful man led by the devil. To be a fellow believer one must believe what the Bible says about Jesus Christ, repent of their sin and put their faith in Him and His work for them. Many who claim to be followers of Jesus Christ are only charlatans leading multitudes astray.

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