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The Gospel According to Joni Eareckson Tada

Posted in Uncategorized by Paul M. Dohse Sr. on March 17, 2017

Source: The Gospel According to Joni Eareckson Tada

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  1. John said, on March 17, 2017 at 10:55 AM

    Says Tada, “And so God, bless his heart, forces us down the road to Calvary where we are not humanly inclined to go. It’s not our natural inclination to go to the Cross every day.”

    Forces? To the Cross every day? To an empty Cross, as a matter of fact, come to think of it.

    Says Tada, “You’re driven there (to the cross) by the overwhelming conviction that you just have nowhere else to go….He allows, he ordains, he plans even the broken neck until we become broken…”

    He “plans” the broken neck? Until you’re broken? Like a vicious criminal and sadist? So, just like Satan, He “plots” your broken neck, etc.? What a monster and vicious pitiless creature this “god” of Calvinism is. And MacArthur and his bunch of deceivers used this woman on their “Strange Fire” stage to further their anti-Biblical agenda. What a bloody sick bunch.

    What else has this monster “god” planned? And where is Jesus Christ? Has He not made us God’s children? Reconciled us to God? Why? So He could plan to physically and spiritually “break” us? Rubbish.

    Tada has been deceived masterfully; may she see the light and freedom that is in Jesus Christ

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    • Andy Young, PPT contributing editor said, on March 17, 2017 at 11:08 AM

      “I get some heat on occasion for calling Christianity a cult of death. But I challenge you, show me I’m wrong. The sum of Christian doctrine is based on the death of man. It is obsessed and fixated on man’s death. And it worships an icon of death and culture. It holds out Jesus’ death and destruction as its highest ethical action. At its root, it preaches that man’s highest ethical ideal is his own self-destruction.” ~ John Immel
      From Session Two of the 2014 TANC Conference

      Any wonder why Tada talks about going back to the cross? “It’s not our natural inclination.”

      Ya think?!

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      • John said, on March 17, 2017 at 11:32 AM

        It is stunningly absurd to even think or believe there’s any life in this shadow-crawling thing called Calvinism/Reformed theology. Indeed, there is no life in it, never has been. It’s the work of evil men (Calvin, Luther, etc.) and whatever Satan channelled to them (willingly) daily as they met, not while breaking bread, but while they were plotting tyranny, sorrow, death, and destruction.
        It has no salvific properties; it is Botulinum toxin posing as a succulent piece of AAA steak.

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