Female ‘pastor’ at ‘Women’s March’ follows a messiah ‘born in Nazareth’, not Bethlehem

20 Jan puts it wonderfully:

Fake Christian Admits Following Fake Messiah
Womens March “Pastor” Follows Guy Born In Nazareth Infogalactic PageArchive Link


I’m really clear that I understand that I follow a Jewish, poor, itinerant rabbi who was born in Nazareth, which is in Galilee, which is in Palestine. So he is like Mr. Intersectional. … Jesus is poor, Jewish, Palestinian, Afro-Semitic, homeless, and, at once, a refugee. That’s a refugee we follow.

Of course, Christ was actually born in Bethlehem, which is quite a distance away, a long journey back then.

And He wasn’t a refugee; He and His earthly parents took shelter briefly in another province of the same empire, then returned later to where they came from.

And He wasn’t ‘Afro-Semitic’, just Semitic. Israelite, not Palestinian.

And women aren’t called to be pastors.

And their doctrine is heretical mainline prog mush, not Christianity. (As the Breitbart piece which quotes her in its title says, ”

‘Our Common Enemy Is White Supremacy, Transphobia, Sexism’

Not sin, the Devil, the World, the Flesh, apparently. Not when they endorse LGBTQRSTUVWXYZ…

So they really are fake Christians, with a fake pastor, following a fake Messiah, preaching a fake gospel.

All fake.

Therefore they ought not to be surprised when they are told ‘I never knew you’ on the last day…


6 responses to “Female ‘pastor’ at ‘Women’s March’ follows a messiah ‘born in Nazareth’, not Bethlehem

  1. feeriker

    January 20, 2019 at 4:29 pm

    The one big plus here is that any self-described “Christian” woman who follows –or even sympathizes with– this heretical fraud also outs herself as a heretical anti-Christian. One wonders how large THAT number is (i.e., the churchian evangelical SWPL women).

    • Will S.

      January 20, 2019 at 4:33 pm

      Indeed. I’m sure that the likes of Rachel Held Evans, Jen Hatmaker, and their ilk are all on board with such. And I’ve seen cons arguing that the problem with the Women’s March is just that it contains anti-Semites, etc. Blah blah blah. Cucks will cuck…

      • feeriker

        January 21, 2019 at 1:59 pm

        Jen Hatmaker,

        Any woman who calls herself “pastor” or “reverend” has already spat upon Scripture and is thus not a Christian. It’s really that simple.

      • Will S.

        January 21, 2019 at 2:31 pm


  2. freemattpodcast

    January 23, 2019 at 11:20 am

    To be facetious: Are we sure that his mom didn’t drive her Prius to Nazareth? It couldn’t be that far on the freeway!


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