Monday, June 29, 2015

U.S. Homosexual “Marriage” Will Affect Other Countries


U.S. Homosexual “Marriage” Will Affect Other Countries

But in a strange cover-up, big leftist media denies that the U.S. is the leader of the global homosexual movement

By Julio Severo
Because of the U.S. global cultural hegemony, the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of homosexual “marriage” will affect other nations, and homosexual activists in many parts of the world are excited in their expectation to use the court ruling to advance their cause, according an Associated Press report.
Even though large U.S. companies (Apple, Microsoft, Google, etc.) and even the U.S. government have greatly incited the trend toward legal acceptance of homosexual “marriage,” the Associated Press, whose reports are blatantly pro-homosexuality, has been quick to detach the U.S. from the leadership role by saying “The U.S. is [not the] leader in this movement,” ignoring that the U.S. was the first nation to appoint a global homosexual envoy for the homosexual ideology and that the State Department and USAID have been funding and training homosexual organizations in other nations.
AP’s attempts to dismiss the U.S. leadership in the international homosexual movement pointed that other nations, as Argentine, had gay “marriage” before the U.S.
Brazil, the largest Catholic nation in the world, had effectively passed gay “marriage” in 2013, before the U.S., but homosexual activists involved in this campaign were heavily involved with U.S. homosexual activists and their “Brazilian” propaganda was heavily dependent on data and expertise from their U.S. counterparts.
Because Brazil has no global cultural hegemony, its gay “marriage” has not affected other nations. When the U.S. Supreme Court legalized homosexual “marriage,” the Palácio do Planalto (the Brazilian White House) and the Brazilian Department of Education websites displayed the homosexual rainbow — a homosexual celebration that the Brazilian government did not hold even in the Brazilian legalization of homosexual “marriage.”
Even though Brazil and the U.S. are antagonistic in some economic issues, they have had an undeniable, vibrant and incredible brotherhood in the homosexual agenda.
Similarly, the Argentinian homosexual “marriage” has produced no international effect, because Argentine has no global cultural hegemony. Yet, it is very unlikely that Argentinian homosexual activists involved in this campaign were not heavily involved with U.S. homosexual activists and that their “Argentinian” propaganda was not heavily dependent on data and expertise from their U.S. counterparts.
“The U.S. decision will have a big impact in other countries,” said Esteban Paulon, president of the Argentine Federation of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and Transsexuals, adding that his organization contributed documentation to U.S. legal groups arguing the case before the Supreme Court.
This is an old trick. It is the same modus operandi of U.S. pro-abortion groups and foundations. They fund and train activists in the developing world, and when necessary these activists are used as a showcase to advocate, in a Third World voice, exactly what U.S. pro-abortion groups and foundations want. They present their trained Third World voice in the UN system and international forums on abortion and population control and say, “Are you seeing? They want abortion and population control and they want our help to do it!”
The motivation behind these efforts is everything, except good-hearted.
The United States National Security Council, the highest decision-making body on foreign policy in the United States, promulgated a top secret document entitled National Security Study Memorandum 200 (NSSM 200), also called The Kissinger Report. Its subject was “Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests.” This document, published on December 10, 1974, during a Republican administration, was the result of collaboration between the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
According to Dr. Brian Clowes, a population control specialist at Human Life International, “NSSM 200 continues to be the foundational document on population control issued by the United States government. It therefore continues to represent official United States policy on population control… The primary purpose of U.S.-funded population control efforts is to maintain access to… resources of less-developed countries.”
NSSM 200 is the most important population control document by the U.S. government. But there was an effort to deny that the U.S. has been the leader in the global population control movement.
Clowes explains that nations would never be able to pinpoint the dirty work of the U.S. population control efforts as direct U.S. responsibility because there was a strategy involved to escape this accusation. He said, “NSSM 200 also specifically declared that the United States was to cover up its population control activities and avoid charges of imperialism by inducing the United Nations and various non-governmental organizations — specifically the Pathfinder Fund, the International Planned Parenthood Foundation (IPPF) and the Population Council — to do its dirty work.”
USAID, which was involved with the CIA in the NSSM 200, has been using its large population control experience and sophistry to promote the homosexual agenda around the world.
Last year, USAID and the U.S. Department of State hosted the third Conference to Advance the Human Rights of and Promote Inclusive Development for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Persons in Washington, D.C.
Leading U.S. government officials spoke at the event.
The conference brought together government officials, private funders, business leaders, scholars and homosexual activists from more than 30 countries to increase coordination, cooperation and resources dedicated to promoting the homosexual agenda around the world, and to ensure full inclusion of homosexual activists in political power structures.
The conference focused on diplomatic and foreign assistance strategies to address homosexual issues around the world. It also discussed the best ways to engage faith communities to support the homosexual agenda and to integrate it into development programs.
In spite of this massive U.S. involvement in the global homosexual agenda, the U.S. big leftist media, including AP, wants to cover up the U.S. leadership in this movement.
This cover-up is also happening through diplomatic strategies.
The U.S. global homosexual envoy recently visited Brazil and other nations to garner their homosexual experiences and use them to give the impression that his dirty work is not to advance the homosexualist ambitions of the Obama administration. Even though the funding, expertise and inspiration come from U.S. homosexual groups, everything will be done allegedly for the sake of homosexual groups’ wishes from Brazil, Argentine and even Africa!
Twenty-one countries now impose gay “marriage.” In most of those countries, well-organized, funded and trained homosexual groups are lobbying for expanding gay “marriage” rights, especially adoption.
These movements, which have received funds and training from the U.S., including from the State Department and USAID, are getting a real boost from the legal gay “marriage” in the U.S., according to the AP report. They will use the U.S. experience to advance their cause (“Hey, the most advanced nation in the world has advanced gay laws, and we should imitate”) and U.S. homosexual groups will in their turn use their experience for more and more (“Hey, even Third World nations are embracing the homosexual agenda. Why should we refrain from advancing more?”)
All of them are involved in a vicious circle of dirty works. But what will make the ultimate difference is cultural hegemony.
In his 1997 book “The Grand Chessboard,” Zbigniew Brzezinski, one of the most trusted foreign policy advisers in the U.S. government (from Carter to Obama), argued that the U.S. have a worldwide hegemony in the main domains. He said,
“America stands supreme in the four decisive domains of global power: militarily… economically… technologically… and culturally.”
The Brazilian and Argentinian homosexual “marriage” and other gay agendas have had no effect on other nations. But if the U.S. wants to use them, they will surely make a global critical impact.
The powerful U.S. hegemony is now in the service of its own homosexual agenda and the homosexual agenda of international homosexual groups that USAID and the State Department have been training and funding.
The answer to this pro-homosexuality hegemonic power is pockets of conservative resistance in the U.S. and an international conservative resistance to repulse the homosexual imperialism promoted by the U.S. government and big companies.
Homosexuality brought destruction to Sodom, and it will bring destruction to any city or superpower embracing it. A remnant of Christians faithful to God should warn about the danger of sodomy and support efforts to protect children and their families from it.
“What happened to Sodom and Gomorrah and the cities near them is an example for us of the punishment of eternal fire. The people of these cities suffered the same fate that God’s people and the angels did, because they committed sexual sins and engaged in homosexual activities.” (Jude 1:7 GWV)
Marriage is the union between a man and a woman. To defend this original and real marriage against a fake “marriage” of two men will not save the eternal souls of people. But it will save children, families and society from psychological, moral and physical destruction.
To preach the Gospel and to make it clear that Jesus Christ saves, heals and delivers will make the ultimate difference among sinners who love homosexual sins and among nations that love to promote and impose these sins. They will have a chance to be saved, healed and delivered.
If they do not want the Gospel, Christians should act prophetically, especially in the case of a nation that began with the Gospel, was champion at exporting the Gospel and impacted many nations for the Gospel and now finishes with sodomy, as a champion at exporting sodomy and affecting many nations in this sin.
With information from the Associated Press.
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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Racist flag and Constitution?


Racist flag and Constitution?

By Julio Severo
It is trendy today to ban the Confederate flag in the U.S., but strangely there is no effort to ban Islamic flags and symbols.
Allegedly, the Confederate flag is racist — because a deranged man, in very isolated case, killed some black evangelicals in a church, while Muslims slaughter plenty of Christians a day.
Do you know what? One of these days it will be discovered that the U.S. flag — yes, the Old Glory — was made by Anglo-Saxon whites. It will be also discovered the U.S. Constitution was made by Anglo-Saxon whites.
What about then? Thence, it will become trendy to see the U.S. flag and Constitution as “racist,” and they will want to produce a flag and Constitution with the joint participation of blacks, Indians, Chinese, whites, etc.
Next, it will be discovered that the U.S. flag was made only by people who were not homosexual. It will be also discovered the U.S. Constitution was made only by people who were not homosexual.
To cease this historical “discrimination,” they will want to produce a flag and Constitution with the joint participation of homosexuals, bisexuals, metrosexuals and other strange LGBTWYDXTZYSKS creatures.
Next, it will be discovered that the U.S. flag was made by mostly Protestant men. It will be also discovered the U.S. Constitution was made by mostly Protestant men.
To exterminate this historical “inequality,” they will want to produce a flag and Constitution with the joint participation of Muslims, Hindus, sorcerers, etc.
Please, do not ask me how the new U.S. flag and Constitution will be!
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Monday, June 22, 2015

Billy Graham’s Grandson Tullian Tchividjian Resigns as Coral Ridge Presbyterian Pastor After Admitting Affair


Billy Graham’s Grandson Tullian Tchividjian Resigns as Coral Ridge Presbyterian Pastor After Admitting Affair

Stoyan Zaimov
Preface by Julio Severo: The Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, under the leadership of D. James Kenney, had active participation in the 1980s and 1990s in the conservative movement, fighting wicked agendas, including abortion and homosexuality. After his death, Tullian Tchividjian, a Billy Graham’s grandson, took over the leadership, withdrawing Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church from the cultural wars. According to Gleanings:
Tchividjian’s tenure at Coral Ridge had been troubled from the start. In the spring of 2009, the church named the then-36-year-old as its senior pastor. Founded by famed preacher D. James Kennedy, Coral Ridge had once drawn as many as 7,000 worshipers. But it had been in decline following Kennedy’s death in 2006. Church elders hoped that Tchividjian’s youth, vision, and name could revive the fortunes of the aging congregation. Instead they got chaos. Within six months, a group of church members led by Kennedy’s daughter, Jennifer, called for Tchividjian’s ouster. Those dissidents were banned by the church. At issue were a change in worship style and Tchividjian’s rejection of culture war politics.
Tchividjian’s decision to ban conservative members, including a Kennedy’s daughter, because they wanted to continue Coral Ridge’s tradition of involvement in cultural wars was an unfortunate decision. His attitude of shunning from cultural wars has nothing to do with the Graham family. Franklin Graham, son of Billy Graham and president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, has been very active in the cultural wars.
Tullian Tchividjian
The affairs of the Tchividjian couple are an issue only between them and God and their church. But Tchividjian’s decision to ban conservative activism from his church was a disaster.
Yet, his decision of resigning was appropriate. May he keep this decision and shun the behavior of some who later repent of their resignation and want desperately the pulpit spotlight back.
As to the secular media, they are not attacking him and his family. This is no surprise: Because he shunned cultural wars, the media is giving him a bonus. If he were involved in cultural wars, the national and international headline would explode, “Prominent Anti-Gay and Anti-Abortion Minister Gets Involved in Sexual Scandals!” followed by a text riddled with acid diatribe.
Tchividjian family
Now, what should we conservative Christians do? Pray for the Tchividjian family, because not only the gay agenda, but also adultery and divorce are a threat to marriage and family.
Here is the full report by the Christian Post:
Tullian Tchividjian, the pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian church in Florida, has resigned from his position after admitting to an affair. Billy Graham's grandson said that he has been experiencing ongoing marital issues.
"I resigned from my position at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church today due to ongoing marital issues. As many of you know, I returned from a trip a few months back and discovered that my wife was having an affair. Heartbroken and devastated, I informed our church leadership and requested a sabbatical to focus exclusively on my marriage and family," Tchividjian revealed in a statement to The Washington Post.
"As her affair continued, we separated. Sadly and embarrassingly, I subsequently sought comfort in a friend and developed an inappropriate relationship myself. Last week I was approached by our church leaders and they asked me about my own affair. I admitted to it and it was decided that the best course of action would be for me to resign."
The pastor adds that both he and his wife, Kim, are "heartbroken" over their actions, and are asking God to give them "the grace we need to weather this heart wrenching storm."
Kim Tchividjian said in a follow-up message to WP, however, that "the statement reflected my husband's opinions but not my own."
"Please respect the privacy of my family at this time, thank you. I do thank everyone for the outpouring of love for my family as well during this difficult time and we appreciate all the prayers and support we are receiving," she added.
Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, which was officially chartered in 1960, installed Tchividjian as senior pastor in 2009.
"Several days ago, pastor Tullian admitted to moral failure, acknowledging his actions disqualify him from continuing to serve as senior pastor or preach from the pulpit, and resigned — effective immediately," revealed Rob Pacienza, executive pastor of Coral Ridge.
"We are saddened by this news, but are working with and assisting pastor Tullian and his family to help them through this difficult time, and asking people to join us in praying that God will bring restoration through this process and healing to all involved."
Tchividjian, who has three children with Kim, has also written columns that've been published in The Christian Post. He has spoken out on a number of issues over the years, and back in December claimed that evangelicals' involvement in the conservative political movement has damaged Christianity.
"Over the course of the last 20 or 30 years, evangelicalism, specifically their association with the religious right and conservative politics, has done more damage to the brand of Christianity than just about anything else," the pastor said in an interview.
"That's not to say that Christian people don't have opinions on social issues and we shouldn't speak those opinions, but Sunday morning from behind the pulpit is not the place," he added.
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Sunday, June 21, 2015

Karl Marx’s Spirit in Lausanne: Theology of Integral Mission


Karl Marx’s Spirit in Lausanne: Theology of Integral Mission

René Padilla: Lausanne upheld Theology of Integral Mission as the mission of the church

By Julio Severo
Karl Marx was in Lausanne in 1867, for an international Marxist congress.
One century later, another international congress drew attention in Lausanne. It was not a Marxist congress. It was an evangelical congress on evangelization. Yet, it gave a fantastic spotlight for Latin American proponents of TIM (Theology of Integral Mission), which, according to its Brazilian proponents, is the Protestant version of the Marxist Liberation Theology. One of them is Ariovaldo Ramos, who has praised Hugo Chavez. Ramos is the director of the Brazilian branch of World Vision.
It was the Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization,1974, where one of its theologians, René Padilla, was one of the most prominent TIM advocates in Latin America.
So Karl Marx was present also, spiritually, at the Lausanne congress, through his ideology, which was receiving evangelical clothes.
Beautiful clothes disguise an ugly and deceptive ideology.
So there is an effort by TIM proponents to hijack the purpose of major evangelical conferences by exploiting any statement resembling TIM’s socialist feelings. In his paper “Integral Mission and its Historical Development,” Padilla made his case for TIM by listing a number of previous evangelical conferences as allegedly supporting it.
I will use Padilla’s paper as reference to address TIM in Lausanne.
Regarding the Congress on the World Mission of the Church (Wheaton 1966), Padilla said:
The Wheaton Declaration confessed the ‘failure to apply scriptural principles to such problems as racism, war, population explosion, poverty, family disintegration, social revolution, and communism.’”
“Population explosion” was a common subject and obsession among Western elites in the 1960s and 1970s and it should have been addressed by responsible and capable Christian leaders not according to elites’ wishes, which led to abortion legalization in the U.S., the largest Protestant nation in the world, and later radical societal homosexualization. “Population explosion” is a myth and rhetorical strategy that disguise population control efforts that include family planning and are responsible today for the deluge of “homosexual rights” to the detriment of rights and well-being of children and their families. If this myth had been debunked by Christian leaders in that time, it could have averted abortion legalization in the United States, which happened in 1973, with a massive toll today of over 50 million innocent unborn victims.
Concerning social revolution and communism, whatever interpretation Padilla might try to give, it is obvious that TIM, in its Latin American practice, was never a foe for him and his liberal theological colleagues.
Padilla wonders on Wheaton 1966:
“How such a document could come out of a mission conference held in the United States at a time when evangelicalism in that country was simply not interested in social change or social activism.”
Yet, a socialist gospel was not a strange reality in America. Apparently, Padilla is ignorant of the Social Gospel movement, which was born in America in the 1870s. Socialism in the American society and among its churches was a so serious threat that “The Fundamentals,” a theological paper organized by R.A. Torrey and published in 1915, had a whole chapter against Marxism and socialism.
Socialism, disguised as an interest in social change or social activism, is an old problem in the American churches.
The old Social Gospel movement dispels the myth that the U.S. evangelicalism had not been involved in “social change or social activism.” And there are significant signs that the most important theological liberalism in Latin America was influenced by it.
Theology of Integral Mission, or even Liberation Theology, may be the Social Gospel’s most important offshoot.
A Presbyterian missionary from the Social Gospel movement came to Brazil in 1952 and spent one decade teaching theology in the most prominent Presbyterian theological institution in Brazil. His name was Rev. Richard Shaull, and he was involved in several Marxist and communist causes in Brazil. The birth of the Theology of Integral Mission (TIM) ideas in Brazil is traced and credited to him.
In the 1950s he already said what Liberation Theology and TIM proponents would be saying in the 1980s and 1990s and decades to come. Shaull’s disciple Rubem Alves, initially a theologian in the Presbyterian Church of Brazil and later an agnostic, advocated Liberation Theology ideas before its official launch.
Even though TIM is labeled as the Protestant version of Liberation Theology, TIM was born before Liberation Theology. For more information, download my free e-book here: http://bit.ly/15AJmMC
Padilla tried give TIM a nobler birth by using major evangelical conferences, including the World Congress on Evangelism (Berlin 1966), as alleged precursors.
In his opening address at the Berlin Conference, Billy Graham reaffirmed his conviction that “if the church went back to its main task of proclaiming the Gospel and people converted to Christ, it would have a far greater impact on the social, moral, and psychological needs of men than it could achieve through any other thing it could possibly do.”
Nevertheless, Padilla used this conference as a major TIM precursor. He said,
“With all these antecedents, no one should have been surprised that the International Congress on World Evangelization (Lausanne 1974) would turn out to be a definitive step in affirming integral mission as the mission of the church. In view of the deep mark that it left in the life and mission of the evangelical movement around the world, the Lausanne Congress may be regarded as the most important worldwide evangelical gathering of the twentieth century.”
For Padilla, Lausanne established Theology of Integral Mission as the mission of the church. So, with TIM at Lausanne, socialism became the mission of the church.
Because of the leftist influence of Padilla and other Latin American theologians,the Lausanne Covenant said, “we affirm that evangelism and socio-political involvement are both part of our Christian duty.” The Lausanne Covenant basically equaled evangelism with leftist political action, a profane union never done by the Gospel or Jesus.
The central personality in the 1st Lausanne Congress was Billy Graham. Without him, there would have been no Lausanne, but even he did not expect repercussion on an ideological level. When Graham perceived that the Protestant Left was trying to co-opt everything, he stopped funding Lausanne, and it displeased Brazilian Marxist Anglican Bishop Robinson Cavalcanti, an old columnist of the Brazilian leftist Presbyterian magazine Ultimato, who openly accused that Lausanne was under a “hegemony from a conservative, white, anti-WCC (World Council of Churches) and anti-socialist group,” etc. (Poor Graham: white, Anglo-Saxon, conservative, etc!)
Cavalcanti wanted Graham to continue in the Lausanne movement to raise funds to advance a TIM revolution. This revolution has been happening, but without Graham’s money and participation. Valdir Steuernagel, a TIM leader, has said that today Lausanne is much more TIM than ever. It is not, therefore, a movement with the Gospel’s face, but with the face of an ideology masking itself as the Gospel.
Padilla remarked on the results he helped to produce in this TIM covenant by saying, “The Lausanne Covenant not only expressed penitence for the neglect of social action, but it also acknowledged that socio-political involvement was, together with evangelism, an essential aspect of the Christian mission. In so doing it gave a death blow on attempts to reduce mission to the multiplication of Christians and churches through evangelism.”
Yet, “social action” and “socio-political involvement” as “an essential aspect of the Christian mission” have never been, in view of Padilla and other TIM adherents, conservative activism. They have always been socialist activism.
Padilla stresses the same point when he says:
“If both evangelism and social action are so intimately related that their partnership is ‘in reality, a marriage,’ it is obvious that the primacy of evangelism does not mean that evangelism should always and everywhere be considered more important than its partner. If that were the case, something would be wrong with the marriage!… Concept of mission as a marriage in which the two partners – word and action – are ‘equal but separable.’”
So for Padilla, social action — in truth, socialist action — is as important as the Gospel is. This is a profane union that Jesus and his apostles never preached or knew it.
Padilla tries to make TIM opponents look like upper-class evangelicals in North America opposing poor Latin American ministers who have embraced a theology to help the poor. He said:
“In spite of its opponents, most of them identified with the North American missionary establishment, integral mission continued to find support among evangelicals, especially in the Two-Thirds World.”
Yet, he did not inform his readers that TIM preachers in Latin America are equally upper-middle class Lutherans, Presbyterians and Baptists, often graduated in European and U.S. universities, who clash with usually poor charismatic, Pentecostal and neo-Pentecostal preachers who help the poor in their own poor communities, but without TIM. They help the poor by preaching the Gospel without socialism. They encourage their audiences to seek prosperity, healing, health and salvation from God. They pray for the sick and expel demons. This is a Gospel massively unknown by TIM adherents.
So there are clashes between them. When the Lausanne Movement met in Brazil in 2014 to discuss Pentecostal and neo-Pentecostal “problems,” the leader of the meeting was Rev. Steuernagel, a non-charismatic minister.
Because Padilla has no Bible support for uniting the Gospel with leftist political action, he has to use major evangelical conferences and their ambivalent or vague language or even Lausanne, whose language had his active participation.
Besides, intentionally or not, Padilla overlooked conservative opposition in Lausanne to his efforts to make Lausanne more leftist. The leader of this opposition was C. Peter Wagner, who was a missionary in Latin America and knew very well the TIM advocates. He accused TIM of being left-wing.
Also, Padilla never mentioned that in Lausanne evangelical leaders from Latin America are not representative of the explosive Pentecostalism in that region. For example, Rev. Valdir Steurnagel, a Lausanne Movement leader today, is a minister in the Evangelical Church of Lutheran Confession in the Brazil (ECLCB). A former president of this Lutheran denomination, Walter Altmann, is a World Council of Churches moderator and an active Liberation Theology proponent. Many others in this denomination are prominent advocates of Liberation Theology and TIM. The largest ECLCB theological institution in Brazil has a theology professor, Rev. André Sidnei Musskopf, who is not only openly homosexual, but an active homosexual militant and author.
Hardcore Marxist Liberation Theology in ECLCB makes TIM look like, in it “softcore” socialism, “conservative” or even “right-wing”!  Yet, as the example of Rev. Musskopf shows, both theologies facilitate the acceptance and expansion of gay theology.
Steuernagel’s upper class status and his higher theological experiences in no way reflect the experience of the predominant Pentecostal and neo-Pentecostal churches in Brazil, whose congregations often are composed by members poorer than the Lutheran congregations, which usually are middle class and higher. ECLCB, which has embraced Liberation Theology and TIM, is no representative of the Evangelical Church profile in Brazil.
Padilla also recognizes Steuernagel’s influence in Lausanne by saying:
“But the lack of adequate attention to the question of justice during the Congress was clearly articulated by Valdir Steuernagel from Brazil in a ten minute speech that he was allowed to give to the plenary at the very end of the Congress.”
Similarly, other Brazilian theologians do not speak for the Brazilian Church when they talk about her to First World audiences and international evangelical conferences.
Paul Freston, a naturalized Brazilian who has books published in English about the Brazilian Church, has a story of socialist involvements in Brazil and he is a key figure in TIM events in Brazil.
Another TIM proponent is Rev. Alexandre Brasil, a Brazilian Presbyterian minister who has delivered speeches in Calvinist institution in the U.S. about the situation of the Evangelical Church in Brazil. Rev. Brasil has kept a high-paid job as a consultant for the Brazilian presidency in the current socialist administration.
All of them are upper class Brazilians addressing poverty issues largely not experienced by their Protestant segment, but by Pentecostal and neo-Pentecostal segments.
Nevertheless, Lausanne has been a platform for these not poor theologians to promote their Marxist ideas in the name of the Gospel — which has already abundant assistance for the poor, without socialism.
If spiritual curses can affect spiritually sick Christians, could the Marxist meeting of Karl Marx in Lausanne in 1867 and its dark spiritual influences have affected an evangelical meeting 100 years later?
The responsibility of a Christian is to preach the Gospel to every creature, including Marxists, socialists and communists. To inoculate the Gospel with Marxism, communism or socialism is not God’s plan.
To preach socialism masked as a “Christian” social responsibility or as “married” to the Gospel to every Christian is not what Jesus commanded. He commanded Christians to preach the Gospel of the Kingdom of God and heal de sick and expel demons — presumably, even demonic ideologies among Christians. Sign and wonders, or healing and demon expelling, are married to the original and first Gospel.
If given the opportunity, the Holy Spirit could have manifested himself in Lausanne and other similar evangelical conferences. Instead, Karl Marx’s spirit made its Protestant manifestations in Lausanne, which, according to Padilla, established TIM as “the mission of the church,” leading evangelicals to embrace and help an ideology that makes the State replace the Gospel in the capacity to help the poor, heal the sick and expel demons through its social services, funded not by the pockets of its political rulers, but by the pockets of its exploited citizens.
Why does no one dare to call TIM another gospel and another spirit?
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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Global Homosexual Envoy Talks about Republicans, Russia and Saudi Arabia


Global Homosexual Envoy Talks about Republicans, Russia and Saudi Arabia

By Julio Severo
“For Obama, gay rights are priority,” said, first of all, Randy Berry, U.S. Department of State Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Persons, in an interview to Istoé, one of the largest liberal Brazilian magazines.
Randy Berry
Berry’s focus, in the interview published in Brazil in June 12, 2015, was on gays as an oppressed class, the classical Marxist and ideological speech. I will focus only on his view that regardless a Democrat or a Republican is the next U.S. president, Berry makes abundantly clear that both parties will not affect his post of homosexual advocacy in the U.S. diplomacy. His view is that the U.S. is in a solid course in the gay agenda.
He talked also about Russia and Saudi Arabia. He refrained from condemning the Saudi dictatorship, which murders homosexuals. Even though Istoé portrayed Russia in a bad light in the homosexual issue, the only “crime” of Russia is to have a law banning homosexual propaganda to children. Is a crime to protect children from such propaganda? In my view, no. But in U.S. government’s view, yes.
In this point, the only way for a future conservative U.S. president to prove that there is something conservative left in the U.S. is politics by appointing a global envoy for encouraging nations around the world to ban homosexual propaganda to children. The U.S. has done too much for the homosexual agenda. It is past time for the U.S. to do too much also against this wicked agenda.
What about appointing Scotty Lively as a U.S. Special Envoy for the Human Rights of Children and their Protection against the LGBT Agenda?
The U.S. has been very bold in the homosexual propaganda. It is past time for the U.S. to be very bold against this propaganda.
Yet, if Berry is right, the next possible Republican president will do nothing to change the wicked course in the homosexual diplomacy of the U.S.
Do you know what? I believe him. Some time ago, John Boehner, the most prominent Republican in the U.S. Congress, said, “We won’t fight gay marriage.” Reportedly, he basically said the Republican Party will no longer stand in the way of gay “marriage.”
Such “beautiful” opposition! Democrats and other socialists advance their socialist evils, and “courteous” Republicans let them go forward.
I believe in Berry also because conservative George W. Bush called socialist Bill Clinton his “brother.” How to defeat the gay agenda and other evils when Republicans and Democrats are brothers who have only ultra-nationalist concerns? Boehner is right: there will be no resistance.
According to Scott Lively, ancient Rabbinical tradition holds that homosexuality, more specifically “homosexual marriage,” was the “final insult” to God which caused Him to bring the Great Flood. What will happen to America now that even her alleged conservative political leaders refuse to fight one of the causes of her destruction?
Here is Berry talking to Istoé about Russia, Saudi Arabia and Republicans.
Istoé: The U.S. has criticized Russia for being so authoritarian with women and homosexuals, but, at the same time, the U.S. keeps close relations to nations as Saudi Arabia, whose acts are worse. Are you uncomfortable about this situation?
Randy Berry: Our display of values and the sharing of our embrace of diversity are consistent. In Brazil, there is a big confluence of visions. Our message does not change when we talk to nations, but, evidently, the talk will be different in Saudi Arabia. The ability to make changes and the approach varies from nation to nation. I do not think that there is an only approach working for any circumstance.
Istoé: Next year, there will be presidential elections in the U.S. If a GOP candidate wins, will your post be threatened?
Randy Berry: No. The issue I am working, against the worst forms of discrimination and violence against homosexuals, is not much controversial. I would describe my work not as bipartisan, but non-partisan. To work with human rights is not a political issue and I do not see a change therein. Because of the next elections, people tend to stress differences, but I do believe that this will be not among the polarizing issues in the U.S.
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Sunday, June 14, 2015

DailyMail: Clinton charity received $10 MILLION donation from African evangelical church — despite Hillary’s homosexual activism


DailyMail: Clinton charity received $10 MILLION donation from African evangelical church — despite Hillary’s homosexual activism

By Julio Severo
Hillary Clinton’s charity received, according to DailyMail, a $10 million donation from an African church whose doctrines are opposed to gay “marriage” and other homosexual ideologies advocated by Clinton.
The 2016 presidential candidate received money from the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) whose official policy is that the homosexual behavior “contradicts God’s purpose for human sexuality.”
The doctrinally conservative evangelical organization has also been critical of U.S. attempts to impose the gay agenda in Cameroon. In fact, Clinton has been one of the masterminds behind the current homosexual imperialism from the U.S. government, including by idealizing the post for a global homosexual envoy in the U.S. State Department.
Despite this, the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Board gave between $1 million and $10 million between 2010 and 2015, according to the latest list of donors from the Clinton Health Access Initiative.
The disclosure will be awkward for conservative evangelicals in Africa, because their money is funding an American who has publicly stated that she supports gay “marriage” and many other homosexual issues, including abortion and population control, that are offensive to the Bible.
Perhaps the African Baptist denomination, by recognizing that the U.S. church blessed the African church for many decades, wants to repay the kindness. Yet, they should fund U.S. conservative evangelical ministers like Rev. Scott Lively, whose Christian beliefs are similarly against homosexual tyranny and Clinton’s homosexual imperialism.
Clinton does not need evangelical money. She has received support from homosexual celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres and Elton John, and many other strong advocates of the gay ideology.
Clinton supporters include also the financially powerful Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, known for its stance favoring population control, abortion and sodomy.
Why would pro-abortion and pro-sodomy Clinton, who receives money from pro-abortion and pro-sodomy billionaires, need money also from doctrinally conservative evangelical institutions in Africa?
This terrible situation helps dispel two wrong ideas. Usually people think that Africans are always in need of money and assistance. This rich African church shows that they are everything, except poor. Other wrong idea is to think that all investment in U.S. political leaders leads to a better and conservative world. This poor (not in a financial sense) church has a correct doctrine on homosexuality, but for years gave millions to an American inimical of its doctrine. It is pointless if you have a good doctrine and you do not watch and pray.
When you watch and pray, you donate your resources according to the Bible to individuals and organizations operating according to strong pro-family and pro-life values.
The CBC’s doctrine on homosexuality is clear in a letter from December 2013 signed by both the organization’s president Joseph Chebonkeng and the general secretary Godwill Ncham.
It reads: “As a church we uphold the belief that marriage is celebrated between a man and a woman. We uphold the principle that sexual intercourse outside of marriage, sexual promiscuity, adultery, homosexuality, sexual exploitation, same sex marriage, incest and sexual perversion contradict God's purpose for sexuality.”
In contrast, Clinton’s views on these issues are not the same. How CBC could not notice such stark differences is a mystery, and a warning to other Christians.
In an interview with a Cameroon news website Rev. Chebonkeng explains further his evangelical convictions. The interviewer asked him: “Spiritually speaking, where do you think the idea of homosexuality is coming from?”
He answered: “It is coming from the Devil because it is not prescribed by the Bible which means that if you practice unorthodox things, these are things that are coming from the dark world and they know what they do with such things, because, it is unthinkable. Only recently, Cameroonians began to know that a man can get married to a man. And many people confront me to ask what it means for a man to get married to a man? You begin to imagine some devilish type of a thing. I think that Cameroonians should be resolute on issues of homosexuality and these are not practices that are common in our societies. These are imported ideas, imported ways of life which are alien to our society. It is time Africans spoke out on this ill.”
He also accused America of trying to impose the homosexual agenda in Cameroon.
He writes: “What the West is playing on is their assistance which they give African countries and they think that they will peg the conditions for having that aid on the practice of homosexuality or on the legalization of homosexuality. I think it is time for Africans and African governments to make a clear cut stand on that at the AU [African Union] summit so that the West should know. There are other partners that can give us assistance without necessarily pegging that assistance to homosexuality and so they are not the only people that assist us.”
According to its own website, the Cameroon Baptist Convention dates back to 1841 and was founded by two Jamaican missionaries, John Clarks and George Prince.
It claims to have 1,028 churches with a membership of about 105,000 members and a number of departments including the “Evangelism and Missionary” wing and the “Christian Education Department.”
The health wing runs five hospitals and 74 health centers in Cameroon and drug production and distribution center.
The CBC website says that its first hospital, Banso Baptist Hospital, offers family planning services. Probably, all the CBC hospitals and health centers are providers of family planning. According to NSSM 200, a declassified U.S. government paper, for decades family planning was integrated into health care systems in nations around the world. For outsiders, this was just for family well-being. For the planners in the U.S. government, its only objective was population control, disguised by good-sounding names.
Africa has embraced family planning, which is a population control ideology imposed by the West. What will hinder Africa from embracing homosexuality as a population control ideology imposed by the West?
The homosexual agenda and family planning are compatible ideologies. Hillary Clinton espouses both ideologies. A church that espouses one will eventually espouse the other.
A family-planning church, by investing in population-control Clinton, supports her anti-Christian homosexual agenda and completely contradicts its higher calling and mission.
The original DailyMail report attacked the African church over its anti-sodomy stance and supported Hillary.
My report tries to convince this and other churches to make better and conservative investments in the future, and avoid population control pitfalls.
Do they want to give 10 million to a good cause? There are fine Christian individuals and organizations fighting the tyrannical gay agenda with their mostly empty pockets. Why not help them?
With information from DailyMail.
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