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Religious Right Leaders, Dominionists and False Prophets: United at Last


Janet Porter of Faith2Action has started a new website, IsraelYoureNotAlone.com, and has managed to gather a whole host of names for a Wall Street Journal ad condemning President Obama’s handling of the Israeli-Palestinian crisis.

Porter, who last week blamed the deadly tornadoes in the South on Obama’s approach to Israel and legal abortion, garnered signatures from Religious Right luminaries like Mike Huckabee, James Dobson, Lou Sheldon, Mat Staver, Tim Wildmon, and Roy Moore, along with dominionists like herself, such as Jerry Boykin and Rick Scarborough, and New Apostolic Reformation ‘prophets’ like Rick Joyner, Che Ahn, Mike Bickle, and Chuck Pierce. Other prominent Religious Right signatories include Gordon Klingenschmitt, Don Feder, Rob Shenck and Paul Blair. 

The above story is from RWW where you can view the Wall Street Journal ad, Porter Brings Religious Right Leaders, Dominionists And Prophets Together For Israel. 

3 comments on “Religious Right Leaders, Dominionists and False Prophets: United at Last

  1. It is becoming increasingly difficult to identify as a Christian. Unbelievers that I interact with increasingly look at me as some kind of fringe-cult member when I vociferously affirm my Christianity but in no uncertain terms attempt to divorce myself from these folks.

    I’m afraid to many…these folks are THE mainstream, they are the representatives, the voice of Protestantism in the United States.

    Even though their Christian Zionist heresy is fairly new in historical terms, those of us who stand for more historic forms of Christianity are left being viewed as fringe.

    These folks and this movement are going to continue to increase hatred for Christianity in America on a cultural scale…not because of the gospel, but because of their politicization of all issues and their foreign policy that drips in blood.

    And if you don’t go along with Dominionism and/or Dispensationalism…you’re pretty hard pressed to find a church. There are precious few that do not embrace one or both of these errors.

    This post was depressing but I’m always encouraged to find there are others who see what’s happening and are conscientiously rejecting it. God Bless.

    • It is becoming increasingly difficult to identify as a Christian. Unbelievers that I interact with increasingly look at me as some kind of fringe-cult member when I vociferously affirm my Christianity but in no uncertain terms attempt to divorce myself from these folks.

      Johannes, i understand.

      The word Christian, especially in today’s America, has become a word which has been hijacked by culture-warriors, politics and politicians. They use it as a label.

      Christ cannot be found in what they refer to as ‘Christian’. Neither can the fruit one bears after surrendering to Christ be found in the majority of those in the public spotlight, tossing the word around.

      These folks and this movement are going to continue to increase hatred for Christianity in America on a cultural scale…not because of the gospel, but because of their politicization of all issues and their foreign policy that drips in blood.

      I agree.

  2. Well, it would seem Providence has brought us the Internet…a tool that can be used for much wickedness…and much good!

    The Remnant will be able to network in a historically unprecedented way. The present situation is both depressing and exciting.

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