Methodist Bishop Thinks Jesus Was a Bigot

Methodist Bishop Thinks Jesus Was a Bigot

United Methodist bishop Karen Oliveto

 

PREFACE

Readers bear in mind Karen Oliveto is the openly practicing lesbian that is “married” under the perverted laws of our nation.

Yet she was installed as a leader in a professed “Christian” denomination.

And while a practicing homosexual considering herself “married” to her immoral partner as they live lives going against God, against Scripture, against nature she now openly contends Jesus was a “bigot.” A mere human that required salvation. Reducing God, reducing Jesus, perverting and corrupting the word of God.

The woman is a heretic. A false teacher.

And yet one of the major so-called “Christian denominations” in the world installed her as a “bishop.” A major church leader.

If this is not a clear sign of the apostate times, the great falling away -the last of the last days and our churches calling themselves “Christian” but having nothing bearing what truly being Christian is about I do not know what else one needs in front of there eyes and ears to discern the times we live in.

This homosexual woman is a liar. A heretic. An abomination. And a prominent so-called “Christian leader” in a prominent accepted “Christian denomination.”

Woe to U.S.! There will be dire consequences for our serving Satan and evil over serving God and righteousness.

We live in times of reprobate minds consuming and devouring and being the way, the darkness, the lies increasing wickedness and going openly against God and His rightness (Romans 1).

Ken Pullen

ACP

Monday, October 9th, 2017

 

Methodist Bishop Thinks Jesus Was a Bigot

Friday, October 6, 2017
By Bryan Fischer
Reprinted from: American Family Association
 
 
United Methodist bishop Dr. Karen Oliveto is an out, loud, and proud, non-celibate lesbian, and she also thinks Jesus was an out-and-out bigot.

But she praises Him, if you can believe it, for outgrowing His bigotry and prejudice, and showing us that we too can change:

“If Jesus can change, if he can give up his bigotries and prejudices, if he can realize that he had made his life too small, and if, in this realization, he grew closer to others and closer to God, than so can we.”

On her Facebook page, in a post that has since been taken down (I grabbed a digital copy before it was deleted), she cites the narrative in which Jesus initially remained silent in response to a Canaanite woman whose daughter was oppressed by a demon. When she shows persistence in her confidence that Jesus can help her, He praises her – “O woman, great is your faith!” – and answers her prayer – “Be it done for you as you desire” (Matthew 15:21-28).

Ms. Oliveto takes Jesus initial response of silence, not as a test of the woman’s faith, which it clearly was, but as a display of raw prejudice and bigotry. She observes that Jesus “comes around,” because He wasn’t someone who “didn’t have his life figured out,” but was still “growing, maturing, putting the pieces together about who he was and what he was supposed to do.” He was “like a hunk of clay, forming and reforming himself in relation to God.”

She quotes someone else to the effect that “Jesus wasn’t a know-it-all, he was also learning God’s will like any human being and finally he changed his mind…If Jesus…could grow into new and deeper understanding through an openness to God’s people, maybe if Jesus could change his mind then maybe so can we.”

Ms. Oliveto refers to this as a “conversion” on Jesus’ part, as if He needed repentance and salvation Himself. According to her, He was someone who learned that “bigotry and oppression…keeps all of us from being whole.”

This is absurd, since Jesus himself angered the Jews by reminding them that Elijah was not sent to the house of Israel but to a widow in the pagan region of Sidon, and that Elisha was not sent to the lepers in Israel but to Naaman the Syrian. “Filled with wrath,” we are told, the members of the synagogue tried to throw Him off the top of the nearest hill for His inclusive impertinence (Luke 4:25-30). Some bigot.

The bishop’s view of Christ is both blasphemous and heretical. If Jesus was who she thinks He was, why should we listen to or believe anything else He said? For instance, we’d have to ask this question about His statement that He was “the way, the truth, and the life” and that no one could come to the Father except through Him (John 14:6): Did He say that while He was still a bigot? Did He say that because He still, at that point, had not outgrown some of His prejudices?

Her view of Christ is flatly contradicted by the Scriptures, which repeatedly declare that Jesus lived a sinless life. “For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin that in him we might become the righteousness of God” (2 Corinthians 5:21). The writer of Hebrews declares, “We do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but one who in every respect has been tempted as we are, yet without sin” (Hebrews 4:15).

And we must never forget that if Ms. Oliveto is right in her horribly twisted view of Jesus – thank God she is not – Jesus could not possibly have been the savior of the world. In order for Him to be our substitutionary sacrifice, our Passover lamb, it was necessary that He be spotless and unblemished. Had He sinned at any point, He could not have died for our sins since He would have had to die for His own.

If Jesus is not who He claimed to be, then all of us are still dead in our sins with no hope of eternal life.

Bottom line: Jesus is not the bigot here. Bishop Karen Oliveto is. Perhaps it’s time for her to give up her “bigotries and prejudices” about the Son of God and the Savior of the World.

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