Earl Paulk’s Neph-Son Donnie Earl – Making The Family Proud!

I didn’t mistype the title above.

Pastor Donnie Earl (D.E.) Paulk is “Archbishop” Earl Paulk’s nephew (because D.E.’s mom is Earl’s sister-in-law) AND Earl’s son (because Earl slept with his brothers wife).

I don’t have the time (or the stomach, frankly) to recount all manner of abominations, sin, etc. that emanates from the Paulk family, so feel free to see Independent Conservative’s archives of Earl “The Abomination” Paulk – and MSNBC’s take on D.E.’s paternity.

D.E. took over his Unc-dad’s church (The Cathedral at Chapel Hill) a few summers ago – long after tens of thousands of former worshipers fled the place in horror. The church is a shell of it’s former self, can barely cover their expenses with the few that remain, and has become a joke – even among the other heretics and apostates that inhabit the metro-Atlanta area.

So, how do you infuse more “life” (and cash) into a failing ministry? Well, you adopt the heresy of inclusion! That way, you can throw the doors of the church open to every unrepentant homosexual, atheist, and “christians” who believe that Jesus isn’t the only way to Heaven.

Let me be clear – if you “come to God” yet refuse to let go of every sin that weighs you down, then you are not a Christian. If you keep company with those who don’t believe that Jesus Christ is the propitiation of our sin debt, and without Him we can’t have a relationship with God the Father, then you are aiding and abetting in heresy.

Anyway, D.E. is also the head of a group he calls “Pro Love”, and their website says (my emphasis in bold):

Pro-Love is an inclusive initiative purposed to bring people of all faiths, cultures and backgrounds together. The Pro-Love Organization hosts a yearly march in the city of Atlanta that unites: Jew and Muslim, Gay and Straight, Atheist and Christian, and all others…We believe the Pro-Love Movement is part of the continuation of Dr. King’s dream.

“Inclusive” is a code word for compromise. The inclusive movement is designed to make everyone feel “comfortable” about the path they choose, and that God (or the Universe, or any other ethereal name you want to ascribe) loves no matter what, and that we’ll all end up in Heaven. 🙄

The inclusive/ecumenical crowd is happy to include anybodyunless you claim that the Lord Jesus Christ is THE ONLY WAY of salvation (John 14:6).

D.E. is also running around with Carlton Pearson, the affirmed heretic who claims that you’ll go to Heaven if you’re a good person – you don’t need to believe all of that “Jesus is the only way” stuff. Heretic Carlton is going to be at D.E.’s church July 13th and August 10th to help ensure that they slide further into irrelevance.

And the final “nail in the coffin” is D.E.’s endorsement of the wicked teacher Ekhart Tolle. D.E. is teaching a 10-part sermon on Tolle’s garbage – and he even links from the church’s website to Oprah’s site so members can sign up for the classes!

Whew! I guess we shouldn’t be surprised at old D.E.’s slide – he is a Paulk, right?

This is even more reason to avoid being preached to by any Paulk, and to sound the alarm to the few folks left in that God-forsaken place. Paul reminds us to avoid any gospel that is contrary to the Gospel of Jesus Christ:

6I am amazed that you are so quickly deserting (A)Him who called you by the grace of Christ, for a (B)different gospel;

 7which is really not another; only there are some who are (C)disturbing you and want to distort the gospel of Christ.

 8But even if we, or (D)an angel from heaven, should preach to you a gospel contrary to what we have preached to you, he is to be (E)accursed!

 9As we (F)have said before, so I say again now, (G)if any man is preaching to you a gospel contrary to what you received, he is to be (H)accursed!

 10For am I now (I)seeking the favor of men, or of God? Or am I striving to please men? If I were still trying to please men, I would not be a (J)bond-servant of Christ. (Galatians 1:6-10)

D.E. better stop going along with this inclusion heresy and latching on to those who profess to be “enlightened teachers of the day” – or he may end up on the other side of Paul’s pronouncement…

28 Responses to “Earl Paulk’s Neph-Son Donnie Earl – Making The Family Proud!”

  1. 1 djenk23 June 18, 2008 at 6:35 pm

    WOW….the slide into apostasy continues…Carlton Pearson took it on the chin first to make it safe for all these other guys to come out the Universalist closet…..Carlton Pearson recently had to add a second service to his church….pretty soon, he’ll probably have enough money to buy back the church that he lost…and he will say that God did it..and the sad part is many many people will believe it…i wonder if TD Jakes will be the next one on the “inclusion” bandwagon….

  2. 2 rascoe1 June 18, 2008 at 6:45 pm

    IST, please tell me that all the remaining members are loyal family members, please, please, please!!!!!!!!!!!. I am believing that even the deluded will find the thought of association with that church impossible.

  3. 3 Independent Conservative June 18, 2008 at 8:15 pm

    Did anybody notice that them teaming up with Roman Catholics is such a forgone conclusion, that it’s not even explicitly mentioned in their “Pro Love” announcement?

    The “continuation of Dr. King’s dream”. Now I’m sure when MLK, Jr. said:

    And when this happens, when we allow freedom to ring, when we let it ring from every village and every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God’s children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual, “Free at last, free at last. Thank God Almighty, we are free at last.”

    That aside from the laudable promotion of racial harmony, somebody mentioned that King was promoting the cult of Baal and Universalism. But whoever said it probably was labeled a bigot (if White) or a sellout (if Black). King was so caught up in “Unity”, it literally was his religion, not Christianity and he denied the virgin birth of Christ.

    Well now his “dream” is being carried out and now those who refuse to kneel before Baal see how it was a dream with a little leaven that is spoiling an entire lump!

    The “dream” was not standing on scripture and the “dream” is becoming a NIGHTMARE.

  4. 4 speaking truth June 18, 2008 at 8:32 pm

    You make a very interesting observation djenk23. It does appear as though the “pentecostal” world is softening it’s verdict of heresy against old Carlton – especially since they’re seeing the need to keep the money flowing – no matter who gives it to them. I suspect that old Carl will have em’ “rolling in the aisles” like he used to in a few more years.

    And no, rascoe1 – the folks left at Donny Earl’s church aren’t his family members, they’re followers of D.E. Earl’s congregation fled some time ago (they were a bit older, more well established), and D.E. started “Grace Church” in nearby Stone Mountain, GA.

    His congregation was younger and more “radical” – ready to make the church more appealing to their demographic. When Unc-dad Earl asked Neph-son Donnie to take over, Donnie folded his church into Earl’s – so these folks are (technically) Donnie’s sheep. They still let old Unc-dad Earl say a few words every Sunday morning before Donnie spews the heresy for the day (they just can’t get enough, I guess).

    And IC, you’re right – Donnie is gonna team up with the RCC, the New Black Panther Party, and anybody else that helps him spread his ecumenical “you don’t need Jesus alone” message to the masses. You know that Donnie was just inducted into the Morehouse Board of Preachers (whatever that is). They had a week-long “Science & Spiritual Awareness Week” back in April – a virtual ecumenical soup, if you will.

    Yeah, Donnie is helping to continue the Paulk legacy…

  5. 5 gcmwatch June 19, 2008 at 7:47 am

    Djenk, wow, my wife was saying the same thing yesterday. The DOI will take root in the church and spread. Its inevitable given the spiritual climate we are in. Apostasy is a cool thing now: being “open-minded, accepting, affirming, tolerant, loving, spiritual,” ad naseum.

    Love with no limits. Or limitations. What a cool, apostate concept for the church to advance in this coming generation.

    /sarcasm should be duly noted/

    DE Paulk is a product of Earl’s abomination. In the OT the lineages of wicked rulers is noted. And with each successor they seduced the people further and further into idolatry.

    I say things like this should cause us to cling to Christ the more, and cry aloud the more.

    The last days are not coming. They are here.

  6. 6 gcmwatch June 19, 2008 at 12:17 pm

    IST, yesterday I was talking to a friend who is apostolic. He told me that the head of the PAW has been trying to introduce a form of inclusionism in the denomination, leaving some people bewildered.
    I told him the answer is to fight back with scripture. Philosophical responses are useless and play into their game.

    Its a sad day and I think that pentecostalism is ripe for this to take root and flourish.

  7. 7 speaking truth June 19, 2008 at 1:23 pm

    Good grief gcmwatch, the PAW?!

    What’s next, COGIC inviting Pearson back into the fold with a formal apology? That doesn’t seem too far fetched considering Blake’s “comfort” with ecumenicalism…(great post, by the way).

    I’m learning to be less surprised at what I see, and more prayerful about what is to come…

  8. 8 gcmwatch June 19, 2008 at 3:36 pm

    My brother, I told him that I beleive that COGIC is probably not too far behind. As a matter of fact, if it gets rooted in any of the mainline black pentecostal denoms, others will eventually adopt it. The PAW is in a row now because some of the bishops are rebelling against the “ecumenical” push going on. Check out Bishop Smith’s “Manifesto”. There is trouble in the camp. Even to the point some bishops are refusing to allow Trinitarian speakers in their meetings. Say what you will but they recoginze the beginning of something they do not want to accept. But how long can they hold out while being branded as close minded and old fashioned?

    Regarding COGIC, if there is a person to usher it (inclusionism) in, it is Charles Blake. People are always talking about what wont happen in “holines”. 5 years ago we didnt believe this country would legalize homosexual marriage. We were shocked at the ORDINATION of a openly homosexual bishop in a “mainstream” Christian denomination.
    What next? Little by little we become acclimatized to these changes. By God’s grace, without our voices speaking out, the process would go much more quickly.

    The church is in a classic “frog in the water” scenario. They dont realize the fire under the pot is getting hotter all the while, they are simply adjusting to it.

    By the time they realize it, the inclusionistas will be in leadership positions with much authority. Prime example: theEpiscopal church.

  9. 9 gcmwatch June 19, 2008 at 4:08 pm

    Oh, btw once Pearson hooked up with the word of faith crowd (Oral Roberts,et al) he was no longer in COGIC. But He shrewdly kept his associations within the denom. He has been vilified publicly for his heresy, but there are many in COGIC who could care less what he teaches, they are devoted to him.

    That was evident when he shared the stage (sat right next to him) with Blake at the funeral of lesbian bishop Yvette Flunder’s mother (who by the way as a blue blood COGIC endorsed inclusion heresy lock, stock and barrel). Yet, Blake and others in COGIC at the funeral declared without hesitation, she was in heaven. I wondered about that.

    Watch and pray…

  10. 10 speaking truth June 19, 2008 at 5:19 pm

    Yet, Blake and others in COGIC at the funeral declared without hesitation, she was in heaven.

    Geesh, gcmwatch – I can hardly take it anymore!

    At least all of them are making it easier to recognize the wolves…

  11. 11 suny June 23, 2008 at 7:30 pm

    When did the bishop of PAW introduce inclusion -ism? I got to know this

  12. 12 Ninja June 29, 2008 at 5:10 pm

    Don’t even wish Pearson GOD Speed. Love him from a distance. Young DE as he calls himself is messed up and shell shocked from all the Cathedral scandal. While Earl had his secret sins he ventured nowhere near the heresy that they now trek. – I’m ashamed to say I’m a member. Still I’m impervious to their errant message. I worship God in Spirit and in Truth/Christ Jesus. Though I do not have a personal relationship with the churches officials I’m simply standing in the gap. If I don’t who will and besides if I shied away from sinners I would not talk to anyone.

  13. 13 speaking truth June 29, 2008 at 5:33 pm

    Thanks for commenting Ninja. We usually get folks from the other plantations stopping by, but you’re the first insider from Club Heretic to comment here.

    Welcome – and thanks for confirming what you’re hearing on theiinside. I agree – I don’t wish Carlton Pearson anything, let alone Godspeed. I pray that he (as well as all of the other vipers) repent before the Lord and publicly denounce their heresy.

    Still I’m impervious to their errant message

    Ninja, I understand that you feel as though you’re standing in the gap – but I would admonish you to seriously consider your membership at Club Heretic and get as far away from that place as you can. You can certainly pray for those folks from a distance. Like you, I don’t seperate myself from sinners – I present the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the decision to reject or obey is up to them. As I stated in a previous post, you don’t want to even give the appearance that you sanction what’s going on at Club Heretic.

    I pray that God’s will be done at Club Heretic – and in your life as well…

  14. 14 escapeetoo June 29, 2008 at 6:09 pm

    As always you are “Speaking Truth”.

    Ask yourself something, would you continue place your life savings in a fraudulent bank account? You are doing just taht when you continue to support a heretic ministry.

    I too thought I was “standing in the gap” while caught up in Club Hustle & Flow. But the Holy Spirit would not allow me to continue:


    God’s truth out weighed the mess going on in Club Hustle & Flow.

    I pray that you and other Club members begin to “Walk in the Light (Christ).” Darkness has no place for the darkness of this world.

  15. 15 Linda Hamrick July 25, 2008 at 9:07 am

    Please take oral roberts name out of this Carlton Pearson wsa a true man of God and preaching and singing the word when he was at ORU Oral Roberts can not be responsible for the choice that Carlton Pearson made after getting his own church , and believed a seducing spirit. Oral wrote him a letter telling him to denounce his teaching and turn back. thats all he could do except pray that Carlton would repent. DO NOT PUT ORAL ROBERTS in any of groups of demons You will have a big price to pay with GOD

  16. 16 speaking truth July 25, 2008 at 11:38 am


    gcmwatch only referenced Oral Roberts to say why Pearson left COGIC. If you have a problem or concern, then take it up with him – no one else said anything about it.

    Since you brought Oral up, he did say that God was going to kill him if his supporters didn’t raise $1M dollars. He said it as a prophecy from God, and it didn’t happen – so that makes him a false prophet by definition.

    Also, I pray that these false teachers repent and return to the Lord, so it is THEM that will have a price to pay with God – I’m sounding the alarm so that God’s people will avoid these false teachers.

  17. 17 404momi April 2, 2009 at 11:16 pm

    I prefer the term “son-phew”.

  18. 18 cama May 5, 2009 at 1:37 pm

    After reading some of your writings and that of others who responde, I am so please to know that the same god that judge all of you perfect beings, will also be judging me and Bishop Paulk. I believe he was a man of god who because of his fleshly
    existence fell into a sin trap like so many of us sinners do. I guess perfect people do not and cannot understand that. Why not tell us how you all have lived such perfect lives. Maybe you can do for us what god has been unble to do-MAKE US PERFECT LIKE

  19. 19 Tarp July 20, 2009 at 2:21 am

    I can’t believe what I’m reading! I’m from a small town, a 5th generation Southern Baptist, and some of you are “casting stones” at a man willing to preach to a demographic of Atlanta to whom you feel ultimately superior?!? Let me guess, your parents or grandparents were some of the ones who threw rocks when Earl Paulk had the balls to march with MLK? Go ahead, put the hoods back on…I’m sure you kept Grandpa’s.

    Granted, MLK & Earl Paulk both had their flaws, but I doubt anyone on this page is without sin! If you are THAT holy, there are a few good marines who died in Fallujah who could use your healing power since they died to ensure your freedom to belittle and throw these rocks!

    • 20 speaking truth July 20, 2009 at 9:57 pm

      Nice try, Tarp, but your comment is attempting to divert attention away from my core disagreement with DE Paulk – his “preaching” an apostate message that he attempts to camoflouge as the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Ultimately superior? No true blood-washed and redeemed believer gloats in superiority over anyone else – it’s only by the grace of God that we have even come to know His truth. We won’t, however, ignore false teaching when we find it – and we will call it out in all absurdity. Hoods? This has NOTHING to do with race, flaws, or anything else. DE Paulk does not preach repentence from sin to people who are struggling in sin – HE PREACHES ACCEPTANCE OF SIN as a “we’re all different but that’s OK cause we’ll all get to heaven together anyway”. Rather than lovingly but sternly classifying sin as sin, Paulk blurs the line – all the while mixing in heresy from Eckhart Tolle, Deepok Chopra, Carlton Pearson, and other mystics.

      I’ll give you a “C-” for your efforts here…

  20. 21 Tarp July 20, 2009 at 11:03 pm

    A C- huh? I guess I’ll take it. As a man who never read anything by Tolle, Chopra, Pearson et al…if you find these authors/preachers so contemptible, why do you read them or even listen to their message?

    I find it humorous that you are so smug in you glistening Christianity! I try to be a Christian by creating jobs with my company, coaching MS students, and using these opportunities to introduce people to Christ.

    Bottom line…I doubt I have a middle school athlete who knows what “apostate” means, but I have a ton who know how to share Christian love!

    Play Ball!

    • 22 speaking truth July 20, 2009 at 11:15 pm

      OK Tarp, I’ll engage again – but only as a final teaching opportunity:

      As a man who never read anything by Tolle, Chopra, Pearson et al…if you find these authors/preachers so contemptible, why do you read them or even listen to their message?

      Because intelligent men must learn what the enemy is saying in order to combat it with the truth of the Word of God. Would it make any sense to condemn false teachers without knowing what falsehoods they teach?

      I find it humorous that you are so smug in you glistening Christianity! I try to be a Christian by creating jobs with my company, coaching MS students, and using these opportunities to introduce people to Christ.

      I’m sorry if you take my sarcastic wit as “glistening Christianity”, but the reality is that I deal with combative commenters all day long, so I can be a bit short in my replies (not that you’re being intentionally combative, I’m just saying…). I don’t own a company – I simple work a regular job to support my family – but don’t be mistaken in thinking that I’m a “blogger zealot” with no interaction with people on a daily basis. I too spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ as He directs and allows…the WHOLE Gospel, not just the “love” with no consequence or action on the part of the believer.

      …I doubt I have a middle school athlete who knows what “apostate” means, but I have a ton who know how to share Christian love!

      It’s great that your athletes are spreading “Christian love”, but they should also know what the word apostate means as well so they too can defend and contend for the faith…as all Christians are called to do.

      With that, let’s just end or discourse here and go back to our respective mission fields.

  21. 23 Tarp July 21, 2009 at 12:38 am

    A “final teaching opportunity”? You have a PHD in theocentric studies? We’ll agree to disagree if it comes to that. Thanks for your imput, but I think Jesus has a more open mind than you do.

    “I’ve never met a democrat who had to make a payroll every week.”
    Anon…though often quoted by by father,

  22. 24 Rev JG III July 22, 2009 at 8:04 pm

    While Googling, I came by your post. I thought to leave a message because once you’ve rid yourself condemnation then there is no need to worry about Paul’s prediction of another gospel. If, in fact, God isn’t influential enough to change the heart and minds of is people, then He’s not God.

    Clearly, our understanding of God has been evolving since man could make sense of the world. Our knowledge of God is only as helpful as the knowledge of ourselves, or our ability to be reflective and oftentimes this is contingent upon what you know. We need to be clear that one’s understanding of God is rooted in traditions and perceptions not fact or reality.

    There are moral atheists who wouldn’t have done what Bishop Paulk did, let’s make this clear because this has to do with the man and not his doctrine or the concept of inclusion. Being inclusive doesn’t make you amoral but rids of your guilt to become moral and wholesome, not from a legalistic standpoint but from a internalized knowing one’s self standpoint.

    My sense is that most Christians uses the Bible as training wheels, but until you’re ready to take them off will only have a superficial understanding of morality and living a Godly or Christ-like life.

    Rev JG, III

    • 25 speaking truth July 22, 2009 at 9:29 pm

      once you’ve rid yourself condemnation then there is no need to worry about Paul’s prediction of another gospel

      You’re right, JGIII, once you remove the moral hedge that surrounds believers – allowing them to participate (and accept with impunity) all manner of un-Christlike behavior and allegiance, then there is no condenmation…primarily because that person has been given over to their depraved nature.

      Our knowledge of God is only as helpful as the knowledge of ourselves, or our ability to be reflective and oftentimes this is contingent upon what you know.

      We can never have a complete and full understanding of God until we meet Him face to face, but we can gleen knowledge from His Word. If we attempt to “know God” from what we know of “ourselves”, then we are approaching from the wrong perspective – we are the clay, He’s the potter. When we align ourselves with Him, then we are supposed take on the mind of His Son (Romans 12:2).

      Regarding the rest of your comment, I’ll simply say this: no one disagrees with DE Paulk or any other minister for attempting to reach out to a marginalized society. THe disagreement lies in ministers who embrace the “wide road” theory of salvation – which is diametrically opposed to the Word of God they claim to represent (the Word that says that no man comes to the Father apart from Jesus Christ). There is no disagreement in addressing, reaching out to, and evangelizing to sinners (of which we all are). The disagreement is in mistakenly telling those sinners that they can bring their sins with them to God and He will accept them – again, in direct opposition to His Word where we are told to chose Him or the world.

      Pastor DL Foster already deconstructed your argument for radical inclusive/homosexual accepting “theology”, so I won’t rehash that discussion. Also, in response to your email to me, I will not defend this blog or my passionate defense of the Gospel. What you read is what you get – you’re welcome to your own perception of it either way.

      Finally, I’ll use Paul’s words to illustrate how this “new and radically inclusive gospel” (just as other false gospels) has been highly successful in purporting a “new way to God”, but it is a counterfeit representation (emphasis added):

      Acts 17:16-34 (New American Standard Bible)

      16 Now while Paul was waiting for them at Athens, his spirit was being provoked within him as he was observing the city full of idols.

      17 So he was reasoning in the synagogue with the Jews and the God-fearing Gentiles, and in the market place every day with those who happened to be present.

      18 And also some of the Epicurean and Stoic philosophers were conversing with him. Some were saying, “What would this idle babbler wish to say?” Others, “He seems to be a proclaimer of strange deities,”–because he was preaching Jesus and the resurrection.

      19 And they took him and brought him to the Areopagus, saying, “May we know what this new teaching is which you are proclaiming?

      20 “For you are bringing some strange things to our ears; so we want to know what these things mean.”

      21 (Now all the Athenians and the strangers visiting there used to spend their time in nothing other than telling or hearing something new.)

      22 So Paul stood in the midst of the Areopagus and said, “Men of Athens, I observe that you are very religious in all respects.

      23 “For while I was passing through and examining the objects of your worship, I also found an altar with this inscription, ‘TO AN UNKNOWN GOD’ Therefore what you worship in ignorance, this I proclaim to you.

      24 “The God who made the world and all things in it, since He is Lord of heaven and earth, does not dwell in temples made with hands;

      25 nor is He served by human hands, as though He needed anything, since He Himself gives to all people life and breath and all things;

      26 and He made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined their appointed times and the boundaries of their habitation,

      27 that they would seek God, if perhaps they might grope for Him and find Him, though He is not far from each one of us;

      28 for in Him we live and move and exist, as even some of your own poets have said, ‘For we also are His children.’

      29 “Being then the children of God, we ought not to think that the Divine Nature is like gold or silver or stone, an image formed by the art and thought of man.

      30 “Therefore having overlooked the times of ignorance, God is now declaring to men that all people everywhere should repent,

      31 because He has fixed a day in which He will judge the world in righteousness through a Man whom He has appointed, having furnished proof to all men by raising Him from the dead.”

      32 Now when they heard of the resurrection of the dead, some began to sneer, but others said, “We shall hear you again concerning this.”

      33 So Paul went out of their midst.

      34 But some men joined him and believed, among whom also were Dionysius the Areopagite and a woman named Damaris and others with them.

      Paul’s admonition on Mars Hill still rings true today: God will not continue to ignore the presentation of false idols, no matter their kind or intent. I completely disagree – being “inclusive” (which is code language for accepting homosexuality in Christianity, so let’s really be clear) DOES NOT rid you of “guilt” or make you more “wholesome and moral” – it just makes you an enemy of God by accepting that which He rejects.

  23. 26 Does God Lie or Do people Lie? May 2, 2010 at 1:39 pm

    So if you no God doesn’t lie than why can’t we except the truth.

    Jesus Is Not God ( For I Am Not He But He Who He Sent! )

    And He Is Not The Savior: Isaiah 43-10-14

    10Ye are my witnesses, saith the LORD, and my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I am he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me.

    11I, even I, am the LORD; and beside me there is no saviour.

    12I have declared, and have saved, and I have shewed, when there was no strange god among you: therefore ye are my witnesses, saith the LORD, that I am God.

    13Yea, before the day was I am he; and there is none that can deliver out of my hand: I will work, and who shall let it?

    Remember I didn’t say this, this is what God said in the bible and is the main reasons why people don’t believe in Jesus and not to mention that the fake image of him don’t help when the bible says he has burnt brones skin and hair of wool?

    Way can’t he be who he really was. Why are we hiding his true Idenity. Why have we made him more than the Creator God himself?

    Somebody Please explain this to me!

    • 27 speaking truth May 2, 2010 at 7:29 pm

      Does God…,

      I’m not sure the point of your comment – particularly in the context of this article, but I’ll respond anyway. The bible records Jesus porclaiming his part in the Trinity many times, specifically His allegiance with the nature AND essence of God: John 10:30, John 8:58, Hebrews 1:8. Further, we are to worship Him (Matthew 2:11, Matthew 14:33, Matthew 28:9, and Luke 24:52), yet we would be instructed not to IF Jesus were not God (Revelation 19:10).

      This essence of the Trinity is a foundational doctrine in the Christian faith. We all know that Jesus isn’t a white man with blue eyes, but this does not remove Him as a member of the God-head.

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