You Don’t Need A Huge Building To Teach Heresy


Well folks, here’s more proof that some people will actually flee the heresy and apostasy of a pulpit pimp, putting a dent in their wallets:

Bishop Paulk’s megachurch for sale

The church campus in south DeKalb County started by Bishop Earl Paulk, who built a megachurch but was plagued by sexual scandal for more than 40 years, is on the market for $24.5 million.

…Today, the church is called Cathedral at Chapel Hill and is run by the Rev. D.E. Paulk, who grew up thinking he was Earl Paulk’s nephew but later learned he is his son.

Church membership dwindled from more than 10,000 two decades ago to about 1,000 today because of sexual misconduct allegations against Earl Paulk and other ministers.

So Earl “The Abomination” Paulk and his neph-son Donnie Earl are trying to sell their church building so that neph-son Donnie can spread his message from a smaller building. What message? Well, remember that Donnie Earl has thrown his arms around Carlton “The Heretic” Pearson and his wicked “gospel of inclusion” lie, and New Age Warlock Ekhart Tolle and his garbage as well. Rather than admit that he and his Unc-dad have driven tens of thousands of people away with their sexual and false gospel demons, Neph-son Donnie spins this rebuke by saying “Big building? We don’t need no stinkin’ big building!”:

“As the message and expression of our ministry has transitioned to become more open and radically inclusive of all people, we realize the ministry can be facilitated in a smaller and more urban location,” he said.

Paulk, who describes himself as a “radically inclusive minister,” also is the founder of the Pro-Love Organization, whose mission is to unite people of different faiths, cultures and backgrounds.

Just for giggles, pay a visit to Donnie Earl’s “Pro-Love” group to see how “radically inclusive” this nutjob really is:

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.

Maybe all of these “inclusive people” will keep the lights on in Donnie Earl’s new place, while still denying the TRUE Gospel of Jesus Christ – and Christ ALONE!:

Galatians 1:6-9 (New American Standard)

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

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

8 But 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!

9 As 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!

7 Responses to “You Don’t Need A Huge Building To Teach Heresy”

  1. 1 Pastor Jim November 6, 2008 at 11:48 am

    They aren’t selling to move to a smaller location, they are selling so they can get their hands on $24 million.
    Bet you a dollar the building is owned by the Paulk family.

    • 2 The Cheshire Cat April 13, 2009 at 7:47 am

      The “Cathedral” is owned by the BANK. It has been in the forclosure process for years … the bank don’t want it, so they let the cult that grew up out of DE’s reprobate mind, use the building because they at least pay the utilities. The cult are so far behind on payments that they will never catch up …. they will get not a penny from it.

      Let’s not be virulent … call a spade, a spade – the Cult is a Cult … but don’t assume things, and gossip … SPEAK THE TRUTH. FIND OUT THE truth, AND THEN SPEAK IT.

  2. 3 gcmwatch November 6, 2008 at 1:25 pm

    Paulk, who describes himself as a “radically inclusive minister,”

    Translation: homo-sexual.

    Let’s just name this the year of the open church closet doors.

  3. 4 wassup_DOC November 6, 2008 at 5:44 pm

    The 24.5 mil price tag is just that, too pricey for that area and not in line with other property values in the area. But there could be some fools willing to pay that. Who knows? A previous poster was right in saying that a majority of the money they get from selling the church is going to line the pockets of the Paulks. The church was their family business and they hold the purse strings, always did. But let’s remember that ol’ Earl is still on probation for his felony conviction of perjury and that he must have permission to change residences or leave the state. If they manage to get anything close to the asking price, you can bet ol’ Earl will find a way to fly the coop. He will have the financial means to afford such things if the property sells. What is currently owed for the property is about half of the asking price, so you figure it out. Quite a hefty sum of profit, and you don’t even have to be a prophet to know that. LOL! Ol’ Earl will be laughing all the way to the bank.

  4. 5 lavrai November 6, 2008 at 10:59 pm

    “…more open and radically inclusive of all people” and their sins, huh?

  5. 7 GaryV November 7, 2008 at 8:41 pm

    Here’s an interesting tidbit from the article djenk23 linked…….

    “He resigned after Randy White ordered him to pay White’s $24,000 American Express bill, even though it would mean the ministry couldn’t make payroll for the week, Gargano said in a September interview.

    Part of the credit card bill was a $13,000 payment for mirrors installed in the church. The rest included personal expenses that White told Gargano he would pay back to the ministry, the controller said.

    White sent text messages to Gargano insisting he pay the credit card bill. Gargano saved the messages.

    Gargano, who attended church elsewhere, said during his 17 months employed there he constantly scrambled to find money to pay salaries and bills, and that little or no money went for ministerial work.

    The church owed vendors $400,000 by late August, he said. Several vendors reached by the Tribune declined comment.”

    Yeah………’s all about the Gospel for Randy and Paula.

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