When you have a common god, you share a common cause. In this case, their common god is right-wing politics.
Disclaimer: I am very conservative and support most of the Trump administration’s policies.
Last week, Reformation Charlotte reported that celebrity Southern Baptist Fox News pastor, Robert Jeffress, praised Donald Trump like he was a deity from the pulpit. Jeffress has been on the frontlines of right-wing politics and a staunch supporter of Donald Trump since the beginning of the 2016 presidential campaign. Jeffress is one of Trump’s “spiritual advisors” along with others — most of them false teachers.
One of those false teachers is Paula White. Paula White is a prosperity gospel pimptress who defrauds people for personal gain. Every rational orthodox Bible-believing Christian has marked Paula White (Romans 16:17-18) as one to be avoided. White has claimed that God came to her and personally told her to accept the title of “Apostle,” which is contrary to the Scriptures’ teaching on the apostles — there were only 12. She denies God’s sovereignty and says that it’s “illegal” for God to do anything without your “partnership.” She has even stated that wherever she is, the ground she stands on becomes “holy ground.” In short, in many ways, she has usurped God’s own authority.
But, to make matters worse, Paula White and her husband, Jonathan Cain, promote pornography — and do so from the pulpit.
This is the same Paula White that evangelical pro-family leader, James Dobson, insisted led Donald Trump to Christ.
Now, Robert Jeffress, a celebrity Southern Baptist pastor who is recognized in the convention as one of the most controversial political advocates for right-wing politics is promoting Paula White’s heretical book, Something Greater.
But he isn’t the only one. Another Southern Baptist pastor and former SBC president, Jack Graham also promoted her book.
And Franklin Graham, son of Billy Graham.
And, add Greg Laurie to the list…
The move is clearly political. These pastors have sold their souls to the political cause. Don’t get me wrong, I believe Christians should support conservative politics — but to see so many do so at the cost of the gospel is frightening.
If you were to die today, where would you go? Heaven? Hell? Not sure?