The “Christian” Left believes Jesus is God! Except when they don’t! Which is all the time!

Please see the Exposing the The “Christian” Left for more like this!

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The self-parody of the “Christian” Left continues.  I wrote about them last week in The self-parody of the “Christian” Left (are you picking up on the theme?).  Then, to defend themselves, they posted this on their Facebook page, insisting that they accepted the divinity of Jesus.

Some of our fundie critics like to accuse us of denying the divinity of Christ. We can’t figure out if they’re purposely lying or just misled. We do no such thing. No one understands the Trinity. No one. We do not deny the divinity of Christ. In the past we’ve posted articles that attempt to analyze which aspects of Jesus were true man and which aspects were true God. Apparently the fundies freaked out about that. That’s generally what happens when they are forced to think outside their template.

Now how could we have possibly drawn the conclusion that they don’t think Jesus is God.  Maybe — just maybe! — it is because one of their leaders, Mark Sandlin, wrote this: Jesus Is Not My God.

I am a believer. Mostly.

I believe that there is probably a god — something bigger than us. I have a very hard time believing that there’s not something larger than humanity.

I mean, seriously? We are the best the universe has to offer? At least, as far as we know? That seems a bit egotistical to me, not to mention a bit unfortunate for the Universe. Ultimately, I don’t buy it.

I also believe there might not be a god — or, at the very least, I frequently feel the absence of God.

Even King David, felt the absence of God. It’s all over the Psalms. I really don’t feel that bad about doubting. I feel like it’s normal.

That’s why I think of myself as an agnostic Christian. I believe there is a God. I also accept that there might not be.

“I believe; help me in my disbelief.”

When I worship, I worship that God who is all-at-once bigger than me and might not be at all.

It’s the same god I believe Jesus was trying to teach us about.

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For me, Jesus not being God is a good thing – a very good thing.

 

He also has a post called, “No Trinity for me.”  So, yeah, I think it is fair to say they deny the divinity of Jesus.  I was not lying or misled.  I was quoting them directly.  I’m sure I’ll get an apology message shortly . . .

Same goes for their denial that Jesus is the only way to salvation.  Their other leader, false teacher Chuck “Jesus is not the only way but He sure is a bigot” Currie, preaches entire sermons on why Jesus is not the only way to salvation.

There is a reason they don’t let Christians post on their page.  It is too easy to expose them, just by quoting the titles of their posts!

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Bonus: The comment below from uber-commenter Danny got him banned from the “Christian” Left Facebook site.  Note that they didn’t delete a comment last week that said, “Take your Bible verses and shove them up your ass.  Any guesses as to why I put quotes around “Christian” when I refer to the “Christian” Left?

Dear friends. Something is wrong with this world. This site says that the problem is right wingers. But government cannot fix what is wrong. The problem with this world is sin. If there were no sin, this site, nor political parties, nor right or left wing politics, would be needed. The problem is that all have sinned and fallen short of the Glory of God, and the BIble tells us that the wrath of God is resting on all who do not repent and are born again. I urge all who visit here to read their Bibles. I suggest starting with the book of John. Pray to God. Ask him to have mercy on your soul. Ask him to reveal himself to you as you read his Holy Word. Eternity hangs in the balance dear friends.

 

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11 thoughts on “The “Christian” Left believes Jesus is God! Except when they don’t! Which is all the time!”

  1. The comment “No one understands the Trinity. No one.” is the giveaway. Does anyone FULLY understand the Trinity, the way that God, Christ, and the Holy Spirit understand it? Of course not. But if you have given your heart and soul to God and Christ, and therefore have the comfort and instruction of the Holy Spirit, you understand enough. You understand ENOUGH. You understand that every bit of wisdom or enlightenment you could ever hope for is contained in God’s word, the Bible, and that any voice you hear–whether inside your heart or head, or out in the world–that contradicts that book is to be avoided and resisted. The key to telling whether someone is on the path of the Trinity is, they submit. They are always aiming (even if they fail sometimes) to obey. To OBEY. Not Burger King theology (“Have it your way!”) or Leopard Theology, or any other tired old heresy that is periodically recycled and falsely presented as new or “progressive.”

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  2. That’s why I think of myself as an agnostic Christian. I believe there is a God. I also accept that there might not be.

    Good heavens, the delusion and self-obsessed navel-gazing of this man.

    Mark, there’s a word for an “agnostic Christian” leftist. It’s called agnostic, or at least Unitarian. The only thing which separates you from those who are openly agnostic is that they are honest about it. But then, I suppose there’s not a lot of money and adoration from selling people on flattering lies for the garden-variety agnostic/Unitarian.

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