There are lots of wolves in sheep’s clothing nowadays.
Pastors and other religious “leaders” who are nothing more than partisan hacks in reality.
One of the most egregious religious frauds is Senator Raphael Warnock.
The newly-elected Democrat masquerades as a pastor, but he’s just a Marxist poser.
These scumbags hate religion and use nefarious methods to warp the minds of good-hearted people following their faith.
Over Easter weekend, Warnock tried to infect the minds of Christians with this tweet many are calling heresy.
The tweet was deleted by Warnock:
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) April 5, 2021
Warnock deleted his heretical tweet.
He should delete Reverend in front of his name too. pic.twitter.com/6FYNG6LFZ1
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) April 5, 2021
Absolutely appalled to see the Reverend Warnock tweet out this highly politicized, heretical message about Easter, it's just like a radical lefti—ah, shoot, my bad, these are from the Pope's Urbi et Orbi today. Nevermind. pic.twitter.com/oG6ZCD7GkW
— Max Kennerly (@MaxKennerly) April 5, 2021
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) April 5, 2021
.@JoyAnnReid deleted this… after Warnock deleted his heretical tweet.
Note to Joy — You don’t have to listen to my take, but always a better bet to believe God’s take. Read your Bible, and you’d have known this was heresy and a false gospel. pic.twitter.com/3UCFzNE5bp
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) April 5, 2021
There is nothing more transcendent than the resurrection of the God-man, Jesus. Literally: his resurrection transcends our finite conceptions of science & rationality. That the Word became flesh, dwelt among us, then was slain for our sins only to conquer death 3 days later? 🤯
— Allie Beth Stuckey (@conservmillen) April 4, 2021
Politics aside, this is false teaching. “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.”
Romans 1:16 https://t.co/wanGby2thI
— Kristi Leigh (@KristiLeighTV) April 4, 2021
If Trump had simply wrote for Easter "Remember: Jesus died for all, even the haters and the losers" he would have been more theologically accurate than Reverend Raphael Warnock.
— Frank J. Fleming (@IMAO_) April 5, 2021
— Nick Searcy, INTERNATIONAL FILM & TELEVISION STAR (@yesnicksearcy) April 4, 2021
Senator Warnock's now-deleted Easter tweet saying people are able to "save" themselves was deemed "heresy" by some critics https://t.co/NYILnnPdFv
— TheWrap (@TheWrap) April 5, 2021
The word pastor should be dropped from Warnock’s name and politician is the only term appropriate to describe him.
Warnock is nothing but a partisan hack and should be renounced as a religious teacher.
Daily Caller reported:
Democratic Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock deleted an Easter tweet after being accused of heresy.
Warnock, also a reverend, claimed in his Sunday morning tweet that Easter was “more transcendent than the resurrection of Jesus Christ” and went on to assert that “through a commitment to helping others we are able to save ourselves.”
Critics quickly attacked Warnock’s statement, calling his assessment “heresy” and arguing that the Bible was clear in stating that no man could save himself.
Some, like MSNBC host Joy Reid, defended Warnock even after he deleted the tweet. Reid fired back at Jenna Ellis, who served as legal adviser to former President Donald Trump.
“This lady is literally calling the pastor … The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s church — a heretic. This actually happened today. Madame, I’m gonna take @ReverendWarnock’s take, as a pastor and a scholar on the Word over yours, if you don’t mind.”
From Washington Times:
That Jesus Christ died to save people from their sins, and that Easter celebrates his resurrection, is the cornerstone of the Christian faith.
But Sen. Raphael Warnock appears to have a different take.
The Georgia Democrat, who rose to national prominence as senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, said in an Easter Sunday tweet that the holiday is about more than Jesus rising from the dead, and that people can save themselves by helping others.
“The meaning of Easter is more transcendent than the resurrection of Jesus Christ,” Mr. Warnock tweeted. “Whether you are a Christian or not, through a commitment to helping others we are able to save ourselves.”
He deleted the tweet several hours later after being lambasted on Twitter as a “phony pastor” and “false teacher” and for promoting “false doctrine,” “blasphemy” and “unbiblical theology.”
“With all due respect, this is literally the opposite of what the Gospel says. Ephesians 2 states that clearly. Faith alone, Christ alone,” said former ESPN producer Jason Romano.
Said a self-identified Lutheran pastor: “Rev. Warnock, with respect, the whole point of Easter is that Christ died to take away the sins of the world and rose to show they were sealed in the grave. Christ saves, nothing else. It’s disheartening to see you, a fellow clergyman, downplaying the central tenet of our faith.”