Saturday, January 21, 2017

Trump Welcomes Official Prayers from Protestant, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Mormon, Buddhist, Roman Catholic, Baha’i, Hindu and Native American Leaders at Protestant Cathedral in Washington DC


Trump Welcomes Official Prayers from Protestant, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Mormon, Buddhist, Roman Catholic, Baha’i, Hindu and Native American Leaders at Protestant Cathedral in Washington DC

By Julio Severo
President Donald Trump attended the National Prayer Service at the Washington National Cathedral on Saturday with his family and Vice President Mike Pence. 
Interfaith service for Trump at the Washington National Cathedral
Trump arrived at the Protestant cathedral mid-morning. The service included prayers from Protestant, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Mormon, Buddhist, Roman Catholic, Baha’i, Hindu and Native American leaders, including readings from the Koran and other sacred books of these religious leaders.
The national prayer service is an inauguration tradition that dates back to George Washington, the first U.S. president. Yet, Washington received prayers and readings of the Bible only from Protestant ministers.
While a major Protestant cathedral in Washington, the capital city of the largest Protestant nation in the world, had Islamic leaders officially praying and reading the Koran to Trump, the largest mosque in Mecca, the Islamic world’s capital,  considers a sacrilege, worthy of death, for a Protestant minister to pray and read from the Bible for Saudi leaders in its facilities.
Even so, Islamic leaders can use their mosques and language to promote their ideology under the guise of interfaith dialogue, because they are allowed by the Koran to lie to advance their cause. But Christian leaders cannot use their churches and language to imply that religions save or help, because this is a brazen lie. Only Christ saves.
Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Mormon, Buddhist, Roman Catholic, Baha’i, Hindu and Native American leaders can enter Christian churches to pray for their salvation, but they should never be allowed to take the stand to make official prayers and read from their religious books. Only the Bible should be allowed in a Christian pulpit.
The Washington National Cathedral committed against the Lord Jesus Christ a sacrilege that Mecca would never commit against its false prophet Mohammed.
Mecca would never accept the religious Babylon the Protestant cathedral in Washington has accepted.
Had George Washington envisioned America to become such Babylon? In fact, David Wilkerson had a vision about America as Babylon, and such is the reality indeed.
After a rendition of “How Great Thou Art” Trump led attendees at the cathedral, sitting at the time, in a standing ovation.
Muslim religious leaders also spoke at the service.
Executive Imam Mohamed Magid of the ADAMS Center in Sterling, Virginia led a Muslim call to prayer. Magid was a leader at the Islamic Society of North America from 2010 to 2014.
Mohamed Magid
Magid was followed by Sajid Tarar of Medina Masjid in Baltimore, Maryland who read a whole chapter of the Koran to Trump and other attendees.
Todd Christopherson, Quorum of the Twelve Apostles Mormon church delivered a prayer on behalf of the new president.
Donald Cardinal Wuerl, Catholic archbishop of Washington, D.C. said a prayer for the nation at the end of the ceremony.
Why has Trump welcome this Babylon of religions, which is typical for popes and the Vatican?
Trump, a Presbyterian, is not a regular churchgoer. He does not attend weekly services in New York, but every Christmas he attends a church near his estate in Palm Beach, Florida. Trump courted evangelical voters during the presidential campaign and infused his inaugural address with references to God and quoted from the Bible’s book of Psalms during a call for national unity.
The 106-year-old Washington National Cathedral has served as the spiritual center for the U.S. presidents, hosting funerals for Presidents Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford.
In 2013, Rev. Gary Hall, dean of this cathedral, said that Christians should embrace religious “marriage equality,” a euphemism for gay “marriage.”
According to author Scott Lively, the Jewish tradition says that gay “marriage” was the last sin before the Great Flood.
With information from Associated Press, DailyMail and Breitbart.
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Thursday, January 19, 2017

Trump to take the oath on two Bibles: the same Bible used by Abraham Lincoln, along with his own family Bible


Trump to take the oath on two Bibles: the same Bible used by Abraham Lincoln, along with his own family Bible

By Julio Severo
The strongest oath is on the Bible, so it is tradition for U.S. presidents being inaugurated. Donald Trump is taking the oath on two Bibles: the same Bible used by Abraham Lincoln, along with his own family Bible.
Trump will take the oath on the same Bible used by Abraham Lincoln for his 1861 inauguration.
Additionally, he plans to take the oath on the Bible he was given by his mother when he graduated from Sunday School at First Presbyterian Church in Jamaica, New York, in 1955.
Trump brandished his family Bible a few times on the election campaign trail.
“I really appreciate the support given to me by the evangelicals,” Trump said. “They’ve been incredible. Every poll says how well I’m doing with them.”
I do not know why Trump wants to take the oath on Lincoln’s Bible. Even though the Bible is always good, Lincoln had Marxist connections.
In the U.S., history, Lincoln’s Bible was used only in Lincoln’s inauguration in 1861 and by Barack Obama for both of his inaugurations, in 2009 and in 2013. 
George Washington and other U.S. presidents, including Ronald Reagan, also had Bibles. Why has Trump made Obama’s choice, Lincoln’s Bible?
With information from the DailyMail.
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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Right Wing Watch, of People for the American Way, After Julio Severo, Again… 2


Right Wing Watch, of People for the American Way, After Julio Severo, Again… 2

By Julio Severo
Right Wing Watch, a major American socialist group, has “exposed” me last week, again, to its U.S. leftist audience for politically incorrect views. 
Right Wing Watch said:
Julio Severo asserts that Obama’s state department fomented “culture war on behalf of the homosexual agenda” all over the world that was carried out by that “pro-sodomy neocon,” Hillary Clinton.
Right Wing Watch exposed, at the same time, James Dobson, Cindy Jacobs, Lou Engle, Lance Wallnau and Rick Joyner just for expressing conservative views hated by the U.S. left.
Other prominent conservative leaders frequently attacked by Right Wing Watch are: Scott Lively, Pat Robertson, Peter LaBarbera, Tony Perkins, Matt Barber, Linda Harvey, Bill Federer, Michael Savage, Alex Jones, Joseph Farah, Jerry Falwell Jr., Jane Chastain, Erik Rush, Bryan Fischer, Michele Bachmann, James Dobson, Dinesh D’Souza, Family Research Council, Barbara Simpson, Mat Staver and many others.
This is not the first time Right Wing Watch exposed me. Last October Right Wing Watch said:
Julio Severo proclaims that “neocon Hillary and her Catholic vice want to purge America from real Christian conservatives …The real Founding Fathers of America, including the first American president George Washington, were white, Protestant and conservative. They were not pro-abortion, pro-sodomy and neocon. They would never support neocon Hillary.”
In that same month, Right Wing Watch said:
Matt Barber’s BarbWire website posted a story on Monday by frequent contributor Julio Severo, who was alarmed by a “bisexual community briefing” at the White House last month and, in particular, the speech of a self-described bisexual Sioux man who began his presentation by calling on “the Great Spirit, Wakan Tanka, to guide our words and thoughts so that we can speak true and strong.”
In a column titled “Bisexual Indian Invokes Demons At White House,” Severo wrote that the man had invoked “homosexual spirits,” thereby infesting the White House with demons that can only be expelled by “people who know and use the authority of Jesus’ name.”
“A homosexual culture is a culture of demon possession,” he wrote. “Has the White House turned into a haunt of demons?”
The prominent atheistic website Patheos also criticized my Christian view on demons. They do not believe in any God and demon activity in this world. In an article titled “The White House Must Be Exorcised Of Bisexual Native American Demons, Says Christian Writer,” Patheos said, “Severo described the spirits/gay demons as being ‘invisible, lethal and destructive’ — which is fascinating given that, as far as anyone knows, no one has ever actually been murdered by one…”
The Patheos article generated 110 comments from raging atheists against Severo.
In another post this month, Right Wing Watch said: “Julio Severo warns that if ‘Hillary is elected, everyone in the United States and around the world will pay a high cost for her aggressive abortion and sodomy agenda.’”
They also “exposed” in September 28, 2015:
Finally, Julio Severo is not happy with the nomination of Eric Fanning to serve as Secretary of the Army: “I am sure that in Obama’s and Fanning’s case, the Father of America would approve sentence on them and he would treat, with abhorrence and detestation, their sodomy and sodomy advocacy as an infamous crime. In the least, Obama would be expelled from the U.S. presidency and Fanning would be expelled from Army, both with dishonor, never to return. Both have committed treason against the Father of America.”
They also “exposed” me in June 30, 2015:
Julio Severo warns that “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.”
In June 18, 2015, Right Wing Watch again “exposed” me by saying:
Finally, Julio Severo wants to see Scott Lively appointed “as a U.S. Special Envoy for the Human Rights of Children and their Protection against the LGBT Agenda.”
Again, Right Wing Watch read my politically incorrect view on Barbwire.
What does Right Wing Watch, which is owned by People for the American Way, want?
According to WND, People for the American Way (PFAW) is “an atheist socialist organization which, through publications like its ‘Right Wing Watch,’ dedicates itself to the destruction of conservatives in general.”
According to its website, Right Wing Watch has a special mission to attack conservatives opposed to the gay agenda, abortion and Muslim ideology.
Right Wing Watch has “exposed” my view other times too, and I answered here: “People for the American Way’s Leftist Diatribe Against a Brazilian Conservative.”
What do they intend to do?
In 2011, WND had reported on surveillance by the Homeland Security Department against my blog. What did they intend to do?
In the same year, WND reported in a headline on PayPal cutting my account after a campaign by a U.S. homosexual organization.
Why is Goliath (Right Wing Watch, Homeland Security Department, etc.) monitoring and worried about a small David?
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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

How to Help Julio Severo through the PayPal Account of the Jewish Institute for Global Awareness


How to Help Julio Severo through the PayPal Account of the Jewish Institute for Global Awareness

By Julio Severo
After more than five years banned from PayPal because of an international campaign by homosexual militants in the U.S., I have good news for readers and supporters who used PayPal as the easiest way to make their donations to reach me. No, my account was not restored.
Yet, the Jewish Institute for Global Awareness (JIGW), a U.S.-based Jewish organization, is offering my readers and supporters the opportunity to donate to me through the JIGW’ PayPal account.
If you have a PayPal account and want to begin to support my pro-family work or resume the support you gave through PayPal years ago, please do it through the Jewish Institute for Global Awareness in this LINK.
Press the button in the JIGW page and you can easily make your donation.
Donate today to support a work that homosexual militants have for years sought to ban and censor. CLICK ON THIS LINK.
You can confirm your donation done by sending a message to me in this email: juliosevero@hotmail.com
The Jewish Institute for Global Awareness seeks to globally provide humanity with greater awareness of the existence of these universal values, principles that are dependent upon Biblical teachings.
JIGW’s message is:
Keep Julio’s voice alive!!
​Julio Severo is a legendary blogger (in 4 languages: English, Portuguese, Spanish, and German) and investigative religious liberty journalist, both in Brazil and world-wide. As an individual activist, his work was so effective that it attracted the attention of gay activists who orchestrated a campaign to prevent him from directly receiving donations through the Internet. Until that point in time, Julio was mainly supported in his Christian activism by donations sent directly to him through PayPal and were what supported him and his family. 
​In January, 2012, Charisma Magazine reported a ranking by the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission of the top ten anti-Christian acts during 2011. Among them was a homosexual activist effort causing PayPal to investigate online money transfers to several “pro-family Christian organizations.” Although a number of pro-family individuals or organizations were initially targeted 5 years ago, Julio was the only person who lost his ability to receive funding.  The reason provided was his lack of being part of a U.S. entity. (Pay Pal sent a letter to him stating its inability to process his funding because he was not functioning within the United States as an approved as a U.S. 501(c)(3) organization).
​The effect on Julio has been devastating, leaving him financially crippled and isolated from many of his supporters. His continued activism is dependent upon finding an acceptable vehicle for his donors to assist him.  Because JIFGA is a legal entity within the United States, and will accept donations designated for him, Julio can finally meet the requirements imposed. He is looking to rebuild a base of readers who are willing to financially support his work on socially conservative issues such as parents’ rights, homeschooling, pro-life, and pro-family issues. He initially seeks to raise a minimum of $25,000.
​Julio is a devout and observant charismatic evangelical who is living his faith.  He has a wife and seven children.
​Julio was one of the founders of the National Pro-Life and Pro-Family Network in Brazil and is well known in social conservative circles as a blogger, book author, and activist. He is the author of the book “Prophetic Prayers,” published by WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson & Zondervan. His works have been mentioned in the Brazilian Congress and in several major Brazilian Evangelical magazines. In addition, many Brazilian and American websites (e.g. Barbwire.com) publish his material.
​His blogs are often described as expressions of the voice of G-d's Kingdom. As Julio himself wrote in one of his blogs, “In the wilderness of disinformation from magazines, newspapers and blogs that reflect the voice of the political machine and its ideology, God can lead, even through dreams, those who need to know the truth. This is the value God assigns to blogs that carry His voice.”
​Several years ago, he was forced to leave Brazil because of false criminal accusations against him for “homophobia,” a charge he strongly denies.  Throughout his career, because of the impact made by his books, Internet activity, and consistent public activism, he has been persecuted and harassed. Nevertheless, he continues to be a warrior in the culture war and needs your help to survive.
Do donate today, CLICK ON THIS LINK.
If you can donate only through a U.S. bank, please contact me at: juliosevero@hotmail.com
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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Pro-Family Warmongers, Pro-Sodomy Neocons and Pro-Sodomy Non-Neocons: What Is Worse for Christians?


Pro-Family Warmongers, Pro-Sodomy Neocons and Pro-Sodomy Non-Neocons: What Is Worse for Christians?

By Julio Severo
I was watching Franklin Graham, son of the evangelist Billy Graham, on the left-wing CNN (https://youtu.be/_2-ycehCnuM) wisely answering questions as the host pressed him to condemn Russian intervention in Syria. For her, this intervention was responsible for massacres, but she never mentioned that Russia was fighting Muslim rebels funded, trained and armed by the Obama administration. She never mentioned that before the Russian intervention, these rebels were torturing, raping and slaughtering Christians. She never mentioned that the real objective of the Obama intervention in Syria, especially through the U.S. State Secretary Hillary Clinton, was never to fight ISIS, but help rebels to overthrow the Syrian President Assad, who is supported by Russia.
Despite the psychological pressure, Graham did not condemn Russia.
The fact is, with Hillary, the U.S. State Department was a war machine making wars against Christians in Syria, Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, etc. There is evidence that the State Secretary Clinton created and armed ISIS, which slaughtered thousands of Christians. The U.S. created a terrible mess in Iraq, in Libya, in Afghanistan and in Syria.
Also, while Muslims have represented a clear majority of immigrants being welcome and relocated in the U.S. by the State Department, Christians victims account for less than 5 per cent.
Other war fomented by the Obama State Department was the culture war on behalf of the homosexual agenda. It funded and trained homosexual activists around the world. It actively and peremptorily promoted their interests, including by naming the first global envoy for the homosexual agenda.
Hillary was a pro-sodomy neocon at the State Department.
What to expect from a Trump State Secretary? Firstly, consistency with his discourse in the campaign confronting neocons, known for their partnerships with Islamic terror against Russia, and for their openness to Islamic, not Christian, immigrants.
When Trump was considering Mitt Romney for State Secretary, it was hard not to think that the spirit of Hillary would not be continuing her mission through him, because under former Governor Romney Massachusetts was the first U.S. state to legalize homosexual “marriage.” Besides, he wanted to confront Russia in Syria and Ukraine, just as Obama was doing and just as Hillary wanted to do in her dream of a presidency.
Then Trump chose Rex Tillerson, CEO of Exxon Mobil, for State Secretary. Tillerson has a history of good relations with Putin and Russia, but not with ISIS. And he does not seem to want wars, but good relations. This is very good sign.
Different from Hillary, who was killing Christians in Syria through Muslim rebels and ISIS and in Iraq through ISIS, Tillerson seems to understand that there is no point in supporting such unfair war and chastise Russia for its pro-Christian involvement.
Different from Hillary and Obama, hopefully Tillerson may understand that persecuted Christians, not Muslims, should be given priority for immigration.
Yet, there is a concern. Tillerson was a board member of Boy Scouts and approved its infamous decision to allow gay scout leaders. This equals him to Hillary.
However, what if Trump chose Ted Cruz? Cruz’s pro-family and pro-Israel stances are excellent. In foreign policy, he would not use the State Department to promote the homosexual agenda. But regarding Russia, he and neocons like Marco Rubio equal to Hillary: Cruz wanted a confrontation with Russia in Syria and Ukraine over Crimea, a region traditionally Russian for hundreds of years and which Russia has repossessed in 2014. His policy would be a continuation of the Hillary policy.
So, all the choices are hard. Yet, while Hillary and the Obama administration mocked and antagonized the Russian law banning homosexual propaganda to children and eventually imposed sanctions against Russia by using as an excuse the Crimea repossession, Tillerson has spoken out against such sanctions.
If he were so fixated on the gay agenda as Obama and Hillary are, he would probably speak out on behalf of such sanctions.
How to assess the differences? Christians like Ted Cruz are very good in defending life and family. They deserve to be commended for their pro-family efforts. But their neocon efforts to fight Russia while Russia fights ISIS and helps Christians in the Middle East put them on par with Hillary, whose anti-Russian policies were anti-Christian and pro-ISIS and pro-Islamic rebels.
Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and others are pro-family warmongers. Christians persecuted by Muslims in Syria and other nations would barely have some hope of being helped by their policies, and their pro-family views would be helpful only to pro-family Christians outside of zones of Islamic wars.
Romney would be a continuation of Hillary, with no benefit to pro-family Christians in the U.S. and Christians persecuted by Muslims in other nations.
Tillerson does not seem to be a warmonger. He has no history of wars, but of friendships and deals. This is real change, because the State Department has had too many warmongers for too long.
Tillerson would be perfect if he were a pro-family Christian against the gay agenda — as Ted Cruz would prefect if he were not warmonger and confrontational in a time Russia is looking for peace and partnership against the Islamic terror. Russia has the exact wish Trump showed in his campaign.
In fact, Trump said last week that only stupid people fools would see good ties with Russia as bad. This is in consistency with his campaign and with the history of Tillerson.
If Tillerson were a homosexualist militant, there would be a confrontation between him and Putin, because while he approved gay scout masters to teach homosexual propaganda to children, Putin has approved a ban against such propaganda.
As Trump, Tillerson is open to the gay agenda, but both, different from Hillary and Obama, are open to dialogue.
Yet, when assessing between pro-family warmongers, pro-sodomy neocons and pro-sodomy non-neocons, what is important? The lives of Christians persecuted by Muslims in Syria are as important as the lives of unborn babies defended by good pro-family Christians.
Any State Secretary willing to support the Russian efforts, or at least not interfere negatively as Obama and Hillary did, in Syria is helping save lives, especially Christians victimized by ISIS. In this respect, Tillerson seems to be the only hope for the State Department to stop its pro-Islamic meddling against Christians in Syria.
I hope to be right: Tillerson does not seem a neocon.
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Sunday, January 08, 2017

Biased Study by Feminist Theologian Has Viralized After Being Spread by the Largest Evangelical Websites in Brazil


Biased Study by Feminist Theologian Has Viralized After Being Spread by the Largest Evangelical Websites in Brazil

Published by the largest Presbyterian university in Brazil, study by feminist theologian who left the church years ago made headlines in GospelPrime, GospelMais e Guiame, the largest evangelical websites in Brazil

By Julio Severo
In an interview last week for the Brazilian website UOL titled “‘When the church does not discuss gender, it denies human rights,’ says evangelical feminist,” Valéria Cristina Vilhena, who introduces herself as having connections to the Mackenzie Presbyterian University, said that she sees with a great distress and as deep retrocession the evangelical caucus in the Brazilian Congress taking a stand against homosexual “marriage,” abortion and gender ideology.
She said, “When the evangelical caucus preaches in their pulpits that it is in the Congress to represent God’s will or to protect the only family model, it is actually putting as a model homophobia, racism, sexism and violence inflicted because of those issues, which are also gender issues.
She complains that evangelical women “are in the spaces of service, but not of church leadership.” She also complains that “the theology being taught is the theology of wives’ submission to their husbands.”
In 2015, she founded the group Evangelicals for Gender Equality. Even though her group operates to bring gender issues into churches, Vilhena said to UOL, “I was brought up in a church where was a sin to have a haircut, to depilate, to use make-up, pants. I saw myself as a feminist since early within the church… Today I attend no church.
Even though she has disliked the Pentecostal environment of her childhood, she does not seem to be bothered by the environment in the Mackenzie Presbyterian University in São Paulo, Brazil, or in the São Paulo Methodist University, where she studied. That Methodist institution is one of the most liberal in Brazil, and warmly welcomes Liberation Theology, feminism and homosexuality.
In November 2016, Vilhena saw her study making headlines, with no credit to her name, in major Brazilian evangelical websites, spread even by prominent evangelical leaders. The study addressed the subject that “40% women who suffer domestic violence are evangelical.”
When the Mackenzie Presbyterian University published her study, prominent Brazilian evangelical websites GospelPrime, GospelMais and Guiame spread the study by crediting only the Presbyterian university. Many conservative evangelical leaders massively spread it without questioning it, trusting completely in the largest Calvinist institution in Brazil.
GospelPrime headline on November 10, 2016: “About 40% female victims of domestic violence are Christian.” The report begins, “A study by the Mackenzie Presbyterian University…
GospelMais headline on November 10, 2016: “40% women who suffer domestic violence are evangelical, a new study says.” The report says, “The find is the result of a study by the Mackenzie Presbyterian University…
Guiame headline on November 9, 2016: “About 40% female victims of domestic violence are Christian, says study.” The report says, “A study by the Mackenzie Presbyterian University indicated…
Vilhena said to UOL, “What I wrote in the study is that about 40% women assisted by Sofia House, which was my study field, declared themselves evangelical. Then, it is a study sampling. This viralized.
Actually it viralized, in the interest of the anti-Christian feminist agenda, thanks to the massive promotion by the largest Calvinist institution in Brazil and GospelPrime, GospelMais and Guiame.
Her study was totally based in the sampling of one institution: Sofia House. In contrast, when she studied another Brazilian institution, Eliane de Grammont House, the result was equally strange. Vilhena said to UOL, “The difference is that most women in Eliane de Grammont House, according to professionals, declared themselves Seicho-No-Ie.
By her study, then most Brazilian victims of domestic violence are evangelicals and Seicho-No-Ie adherents, even though Brazil is the largest Catholic nation in the world. Also, there are many Brazilians que follow pro-abortion Socialism and witchcraft. But, apparently, evangelicals and Seicho-No-Ie adherents, who have no significant demographic representation in Brazil, are the champions of domestic violence.
How explain her study? The first explanation is her militancy. She has had involvement with Catholics for a Free Choice, which invited Vilhena as a special speaker for the feminist congress “Religious Influence in the Dismantlement of Women’s Politics,” to be held next November.
Catholics for a Free Choice is not a truly Catholic group and it is not backed by the Vatican. It is a pro-abortion, pro-sodomy and feminist group that uses the label “Catholic” to deceive Catholics.
Dismantlement is Vilhena’s mission. She does not speak as an evangelical and she does not advocate evangelical values. In 2015, the São Paulo City Council held the event “Evangelicals Debate the Gender Issue in the City School Curriculum,” which addressed the introduction of the gender ideology (the gay agenda) in São Paulo City’s school curriculum.
The panelists were: Cristiano Valério, homosexual minister of the Metropolitan Community Church; José Barbosa, pro-sodomy theologian who created the Brazilian movement “Jesus Heals Homophobia”; and Valéria Vilhena, feminist theologian. All these names are committed to the homosexual agenda, and as the mission of Catholics for a Free Choice is to sabotage true Catholics, the mission of those false evangelicals is to sabotage true evangelicals.
Sabotage is already happening. The Azusa Magazine of Pentecostal Studies published an article by David Mesquiati de Oliveira, where he said, “As declared by Valéria Vilhena, the influence of a male chauvinist patriarchal and oppressing culture against women was not superseded and, in some cases, the Christian institutions themselves reproduce such institutional system.
Oliveira is introduced as an Assemblies of God minister in Vitória, Brazil, and member of RELEP (Red Latinoamericana de Estudios Pentecostales [Latin American Network of Pentecostal Studies]) and FPLyC (Foro Pentecostal Latinoamericano y Caribeño [Pentecostal Latin American and Caribbean Forum]). He is a master of divinity by the Higher School of Theology in Brazil, one of the most liberal Lutheran institutions in the world and which has the only homossexualist theologian in Brazil. Oliveira is the author of the book “Missão, cultura e transformação” (Mission, Culture and Transformation), published by Sinodal, a Brazilian liberal Lutheran publishing house that publishes books advocating Marxism, feminism and gender ideology.
Oliveira is a Pentecostal activist citing a feminist activist, from the Mackenzie Presbyterian University, who attends no church.
Vilhena is an activist against Christian values and, with her study, she tried to portray evangelical churches as producers or facilitators of domestic violence in need of feminist or state intervention.
How explain that GospelPrime, GospelMais and Guiame, the most prominent evangelical websites in Brazil, have greatly spread her biased study without questioning her motivation, but crediting exclusively the Mackenzie Presbyterian University, institution where Vilhena has connections? Without perceiving, they, specially the Presbyterian university, helped promote a perverted propaganda that exploited the problem of domestic violence in the interest of the feminist sham.
Mackenzie Presbyterian University has been involved also in other scandals for hiring pro-abortion, Marxist and homosexualist professors.
How explain Vilhena’s sampling showing that evangelicals are almost 50% of victims of domestic violence? Of course, it is biased.
For some years, I was a leader of a church. Most attendees were new converts or people in need of conversion. There were women who were attending the services because they had domestic problems. If a poll asked in this point if they were evangelicals, they would answer positively. They had not a long evangelical history. Most them had husbands who were not Christian and they sought a church because of several problems: husband’s alcoholism, domestic violence, unemployment, drug problems in their children, etc.
In 2006, I knew an evangelical NGO in Rio de Janeiro that gave room to a women’s organization that made a community work of awareness against domestic violence. Women in the poor community who suffered such violence came to the group to be “counseled” and much of this work was made in the facility of the evangelical NGO.
I made a small investigation, and I found that the women’s group not only received state grants in its feminist objectives, but also it appeared in a list of many other feminist groups that, on March 18, demanded in the State Legislature the legalization of abortion as a fundamental women’s right.
I talked then to the director of the evangelical NGO and I explained that the facility of her organization was being used for feminist recruitment and indoctrination of poor women, who were seduced by the appeal of solution for “domestic violence,” a work that ultimately strengthened the state power and interventionism in families and also strengthened feminist strategists’ pro-abortion objectives.
The evangelical NGO’s director thanked me and eliminated the room for the women’s group. She had never imagined that a group supposedly fighting domestic violence had much more sinister motivations and ambitions. This case helped her not to trust in facades
So cases of domestic violence (which the Bible does not approve) eventually become an excuse and maneuver recourse for feminists and the State to intervene to destroy the role of a husband as head of his family and demand the right of women to abort their unborn children. The husband who slaps his wife becomes a criminal, but the woman who cowardly kills her children through abortion has committed no crime: she is just exercising a legal right! The woman goes from “oppressed” to oppressor and murderer of her own children.
Valéria Cristina Vilhena says that she attends no church, but she uses a facade of “theologian” to advance her feminism among Brazilian evangelicals. Yet, the incompatibility between feminism and the Gospel is vast.
Last December, a 23 year old woman was raped and murdered at a bar in São Paulo, Brazil. She spent the night in a nightclub with friends and at dawn, she went with a young man to a bar, where both used drugs and where she was raped and murdered. The Brazilian press identified her as an “evangelical feminist.”
She was the mother of two small children, but she was hanging about in nightclubs and bars.
Even though nightclubs and bars are a perfect environment for the depraved life of feminists, they are not an environment for mothers, much less evangelicals.
Undoubtedly, the death of that young woman is regrettable, but if she occupied herself with her mission as a mother, she would not spend the night in a nightclub or use drugs in a bar. If she occupied herself with the Gospel, which should be the mission of every evangelical, she would not waste her life in feminism, which rapes and exploits the women’s cause and even the Gospel in the interest of charlatans’ depraved agenda.
GospelPrime, GospelMais, Guiame and Brazilian conservative evangelical leaders should watch and pray, so that they may not fall into temptations of academic studies from the Mackenzie Presbyterian University and other institutions that have an evangelical name, but do not honor the Gospel. One of those studies came directly from Valéria Cristina Vilhena, who wants to advance feminism in the Brazilian evangelical churches.
While Vilhena wants to transmit the idea that the evangelical culture provokes or facilitates domestic violence, the fact is that women with domestic violence problems seek evangelical churches because the government or feminist answer always brings more problems.
Meanwhile, evangelical young women deceived by feminism search for satisfaction in nightclubs and die drugged in bars.
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