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Janet Porter dropped from VCY for Dominion Theology


RightWingWatch:

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Today, I was listening to VCY America, which carries Porter’s daily radio program..but instead of hearing Porter’s program begin at 2:00 pm as scheduled, I heard instead a statement from VCY America’s Vic Eliason announcing that they would no longer be carrying or supporting her program due to her increasing involvement with dominion theology:

Because of the long standing of Faith2Action on VCY America, which has provided satellite services, air time, production, and line fees without charge, we know there will be many who will question its discontinuance.

VCY has been wrestling for months with the drift of the program toward “dominion theology” and ecumenism.

This has not been an easy decision, but a line has been crossed that VCY America cannot ignore. Faith2Action has chosen to go in a direction that is not consistent with the biblical position of VCY America.

(full article and audio message )

12 comments on “Janet Porter dropped from VCY for Dominion Theology

  1. I so appreciate those willing to stand firm. What an encouragement for all of us who want to do the same, to know we are not alone.
    Thank you for posting this. I pray God’s hand of protection on VCYAmerica, as well as all those willing to be a watchman, warning us of the dangers of ecumenicalism. May God pour out His Grace on us, granting us the necessary discernment so needed to sort out Truth from apostasy.

  2. I have been able to get some good info from her site, but when I saw her involvement with MayDay I began to have second thoughts. It’s always encouraging to find others who have the same concerns!

    Thanks pj! 🙂

  3. There’s an update on this story today…

    Porter Responds to Being Dropped By VCY

    Faith 2 Action’s Janet Porter has issued a statement in response to VCY America’s decision to stop airing and supporting her radio program due to her increasingly involvement with dominion theology, disagreeing with VCY’s decision on the ground that Christians should not have to agree on every theological detail in order to work together but vowing to carry on with her work despite the loss of VCY’s support:

    You can read it HERE

  4. Just an observation: When reading her response take note of the underlying doctrines seeping through, associated with Dominion theology and Ecumenism.

  5. Interesting.

    VCY’s Crosstalk yesterday (at least the podcast audio came down yesterday) was on the New Apostolic Reformation, with comments on the national prayer event. If they have the right of it (and with discernment ministries, one must always exercise, well, discernment), in a NAR run world I might very well end up in a re-education camp, getting the Calvinism beat out of me. Here be the linkey.

    • Thank you “lee n.field” for posting the link to this important radio program. I just listened to it myself. Sarah Leslie is easy to listen to. I appreciated the warnings and far-reaching affects of this apostate movement.
      She touched on many aspects of this, but one especially caught my ear…the dangers of small group gatherings. The efforts of those involved with this agenda to persuade a group of people to lean the same direction, through unanimous thinking, which is worldly, rather than relying on the discernment given believers by the Holy Spirit is uncanny. Those of us “fundamental” believers standing firm on God’s Word become outcasts very quickly.

    • I listened to that program yesterday and it was very well done. I spent a lot of time last year researching the NAR since I had family involved in it. What was presented on Crosstalk is true. Thankfully, my family finally did heed the warning and have left that movement. I believe the NAR and emergent church heresies will meld into the one world church of Revelation….so yes, those of us who don’t get in line WILL probably end up in re-education camps…or worse.

      I am very disappointed in Janet Porter. I have listened to her program for years off and on. She needs our prayers to come to an understanding of how sinister this movement truly is.

  6. Glad RRW caught some of that. I wouldn’t know what VCY radio was if I tripped over it, had to look it up.

    I was glad to see US citizens stayed away from the May Day event, seems as we get a bit more movement of dominionists up north, our neighbours to the south are rejecting NAR openly. Good on you.

    • Too bad because VCY does have some very good programming. They did a great job on exposing the problems with The Shack. I listen when I can by downloading to mp3.

  7. Thank you “lee n.field” for posting the link to this important radio program. I just listened to it myself. Sarah Leslie is easy to listen to. I appreciated the warnings and far-reaching affects of this apostate movement.

    What was interesting was that, right after listening to this I listened to Issues, Etc. talk to someone who’d been to the latest Emergent Church conference (here be the audio). There are interesting similarities between the two movements that look poles apart.

  8. Everytime I hear VCY Crosstalk, it sounds like they have their own self-defined version of dominionism.

    They talk about how business, government, media, arts and entertainment, education, the family and religion are going to hell in a hand-basket and we need to call our congressmen, boycott, denounce etc…

    Isn’t this just another form of dominionism? Instead of Janet Porter’s version with the NAR / third wave cronies mixed in, it seems VCY America has a version of dominion theology involving Christians and getting candidates elected in the political realm

    • s77, im not familiar with VCY…at least not until this story. Like Bene, i had to look it up.

      Some years back i stopped listening to most Christian talk-radio, only because it reached the point where it sounded like everyone had an agenda–and that agenda wasn’t Jesus Christ.

      I say all that to say im still not sure ( even after looking at the website) about VCY.

      They talk about how business, government, media, arts and entertainment, education, the family and religion are going to hell in a hand-basket and we need to call our congressmen, boycott, denounce etc…

      Isn’t this just another form of dominionism?

      If that is true, off the cuff i’d have to say yes; it is a form of dominionism.

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