Controversial Anti-Church Cult Leader: “John MacArthur is a Wolf, Can’t Be Saved”


A leader in the controversial anti-church hate group known as Abolish Human Abortion (AHA) recently stated that he believes that John MacArthur is a wolf and “in no way can he be saved.”

Todd M Bullis I think John MacArthur is a wolf and in no way can he be saved.

Todd Bullis has been at the forefront of anti-church rhetoric for many years, as he started a massive protest against a Bible-believing gospel-preaching church in Frisco, TX and harassed the congregation for several weeks following.

AHA has been known for its anti-church rhetoric, threats of violence against pastors and members, and even acts of terror against churches, including a failed attempt at bombing a church. Bullis himself has suggested tasing pastors while Bojidar Marinov called for the bombing of churches.

AHA claims to be a pro-life organization whose mission is to end the slaughter of children in our society–a noble cause for sure. However, in practice, AHA does nothing but harass churches and church leaders. Their premise of action is to “call the church to repent” through their Church Repent program, they regularly assemble in front of churches on Sunday mornings during worship to bullyrag the churchgoers into their own ideological movement.

Bullis, along with most AHA members, are outspoken critics of the organized church. Bullis also states that people who go to a 501c3 church are not saved. This is continued rhetoric from Bullis, as a simple Facebook search on his timeline produces dozens of anti-church comments from him.

Todd M Bullis: If you go to a 501c3 I do not think you are a Christian. If you go to a 501c3 I have to say I do not believe you are saved.
Todd Bullis

Of course, AHA refuses to admit that they are, in and of themselves, a 501c3 corporation.

Thanks to the efforts of many discerning Christians for exposing the heresies and abominations of this organization, and of course the grace of God, many members have seen the light and come out of this false gospel movement over the last two years. AHA is essentially an anti-church terrorist organization masquerading as apostles of Christ who are the only remnant on earth with the gospel. They incite violence and harassment against churchgoers and church leaders. They do not preach the gospel–they do not have the gospel. Their gospel is a gospel of anti-abortion activism. According to these cult leaders, the requirements for salvation are:

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          1.) a rejection of the organized church, especially 501c3, and 
          2.) a life devoted to constant anti-abortion activism.

Woe to those who call evil good
    and good evil,
who put darkness for light
    and light for darkness,
who put bitter for sweet
    and sweet for bitter!Isaiah 5:20

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