One thing the Left is determined to do is to twist Christian theology to match their liberal political agenda.
Even Easter, the holiest day on the Christian calendar, is no longer safe from leftist attacks.
And so-called “Reverend” Raphael Warnock put a new spin on the meaning of Easter, and it will blow your mind.
Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock of Georgia twisted Easter’s meaning so bad that he literally spewed out the opposite of what the Gospel says.
The scariest part of this is that Warnock fancies himself a preacher.
Warnock, who served as a senior pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, tweeted that “The meaning of Easter is more transcendent than the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Whether you are Christian or not, through a commitment to helping others, we are able to save ourselves.”
Christians in the Twittersphere were quick to pounce on the questionable theology of the self-proclaimed “Pastor.”
Former ESPN producer Jason Romano responded, “With all due respect, this is literally the opposite of what the Gospel says. Ephesians 2 states that clearly. Faith alone, Christ alone.”
“What kind of Reverend would say something like this. Jesus Christ died and then rose again to take the sins of the world away. You are poisoning the minds of Christians for political purposes,” tweeted Samuel Williams, a disabled veteran.
Warnock continues to push his “progressive Christianity” and claims it as the truth.
The real truth is that Warnock is one of the false prophets the Bible warns believers about, and he’s not alone in his twisted theology – everywhere you turn, messages of prosperity and social justice are being shoved down people’s throats.
As of Monday morning, the theologically incorrect tweet was removed from the so-called “Pastor’s” page.
It seems that those who correctly accused the Senator of heresy may have actually gotten to him.
One can only hope he thought better of his comments or, even better, opened his Bible and realized how very wrong his remarks were.
President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Jenna Ellis responded to Warnock deleting the tweet, “Warnock deleted his heretical tweet. He should delete Reverend in front of his name too.”
This is not the first time Warnock’s theology has been called into question.
In December of last year, he was called out by a group of 25 black pastors for his support of abortion.
The pastors pleaded with Warnock, saying, “We implore you to uphold the Biblical defense of life and to fight against the systemic racism of abortion.”
But Warnock refused.
Christians must run, not walk, run from this type of heresy.
Culture Watch News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.