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Texas Megachurch Pastor: Obama’s Re-election Will Lead To ‘Reign Of The Antichrist’

By Igor Volsky on Nov 12, 2012 at 12:32 pm


Texas Megachurch pastor and former Rick Perry supporter Robert Jeffress predicted on the Sunday before Election Day that President Obama’s re-election “would lead to the reign of the Antichrist” in the United States:

“I want you to hear me tonight, I am not saying that President Obama is the Antichrist, I am not saying that at all. One reason I know he’s not the Antichrist is the Antichrist is going to have much higher poll numbers when he comes,” said Jeffress.

President Obama is not the Antichrist. But what I am saying is this: the course he is choosing to lead our nation is paving the way for the future reign of the Antichrist

Jeffress added that “it is time for Christians to stand up and to push back against this evil that is overtaking our nation” and to do so via “the ballot box.”

The pastor last stirred controversy in 2011, when he implied that Christians shouldn’t vote for Mitt Romney because Mormonism is a “cult.” “As evangelical Christians, we understand that Mormonism is not Christianity,” he said at the Values Voters Summit in October. “The decision for evangelical Christians right now is going to be do we prefer someone who is truly a believer in Jesus Christ or someone…who is a part of a cult.” During the same interview, Jeffers insisted that “70 percent of the gay population” has AIDS.

Romney ended up winning white evangelicals by “essentially the same percentage (79 percent) that he won Mormons (78 percent).”

Hmmmm, thinks Obama is evil and that Mormons aren't Christians and hates Romney.

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GAAL IS A 911 mythbuster ....because he says so. (TRUTH ? NO)

Mormons are Christians ......because they say so. (TRUTH ? NO)


by Bodie Hodge, AiG–U.S.

There are numerous passages that teach that God, the Father, God, the Son, and God, the Holy Spirit are distinct persons and yet each hold the attributes of deity. But the Bible also emphatically and unambiguously declares that there is only one God (Isaiah 44:8; Isaiah 45:18; Deuteronomy 6:4; Malachi 2:10, James 2:19; Mark 12:29 ). Hence, taking all the Scriptures into account, orthodox Christian theology has always affirmed that the one true God is triune in nature—three co-equal and co-eternal persons in the Godhead.

This triune God (or Trinity) began to allude to this aspect of His nature right in Genesis 1:26–27. There we read that “God said, ‘Let us make man in our image’ . . . God created man in His image.” Here God is a plural noun, said is in the third-person singular verb form, and we see both the plural pronoun our and the singular His referring to the same thing (God’s image). This is not horribly confused grammar. Rather, we are being taught, in a limited way, that God is a plurality in unity. We can’t say from this verse that He is a trinity, but God progressively reveals more about Himself in later Scriptures to bring us to that conclusion.

In Isaiah 48:12–16 we find the speaker in the passage describing himself as the Creator and yet saying that “the Lord God and His Spirit have sent Me.” This is further hinting at the doctrine of the trinity, which becomes very clear in the New Testament. There are many other Old Testament Scriptures that hint at the same idea.

In Matthew 28:18–20 Jesus command His disciples to baptize His followers in the name (singular) of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. John’s Gospel tells us that “the Word” is God who became man in Jesus Christ (John 1:1–3, 14). Jesus was fully man and fully God. Many other verses combine together to teach that God is triune.

As a start on a thorough discussion on this topic, the following chart is an accumulation of many of the passages that show the deity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. An expanded treatment of these points will follow in a web article later this year. God, the Father God, the Son God, the Holy Spirit is the Creator Genesis 1:1; 2:4; 14:19–22 Deuteronomy 32:6; Psalm 102:25; Isaiah 42:5; 45:18; Mark 13:19; 1 Corinthians 8:6; Ephesians 3:9; Hebrews 2:10; Revelation 4:11 John 1:1–3; Colossians 1:16–17; 1 Corinthians 8:6; Hebrews 1:2; 1:8–12 Genesis 1:2; Job 33:4; Psalm 104:30 is unchanging and eternal Psalm 90:2; Psalm 102:25–27; Isaiah 43:10; Malachi 3:6 Micah 5:2; Colossians 1:17; Hebrews 1:8–12, 13:8; John 8:58 Hebrews 9:14 has a distinct will Luke 22:42 Luke 22:42 Acts 13:2; 1 Corinthians 12:11 accepts worship Too many to list Matthew 14:33; Hebrews 1:6 — accepts prayer Too many to list John 14:14; Romans 10:9–13 2 Corinthians 12:8–9 — is the only savior Isaiah 43:11, 45:21; Hosea 13:4; 1 Timothy 1:1 John 4:42; Acts 4:12, 13:23; Philippians 3:20; 2 Timothy 1:10; Titus 1:4, 2:13, 3:6; 2 Peter 1:11, 2:20, 3:18; 1 John 4:14 John 3:5; 1 Corinthians 12:3 has the power to resurrect 1 Thessalonians 1:8–10 John 2:19, 10:17 Romans 8:11 is called God John 1:18, 6:27; Philippians 1:2, 2:11; Ephesians 4:6; 2 Thessalonians 1:2 John 1:1–5, 1:14, 1:18, 20:28; Colossians 2:9; Hebrews 1:8; Titus 2:13 Acts 5:3–4; 2 Corinthians 3:15–17 is called Mighty God Isaiah 10:21; Luke 22:69 Isaiah 9:6 — is omnipresent/everywhere 1 Kings 8:27; Isaiah 46:10 Matthew 28:18–20 Psalm 139:7–10 is omnipotent/has power and authority 2 Chronicles 20:6, 25:8; Job 12:13; Romans 1:20; 1 Corinthians 6:14; Jude 1:25 John 3:31, 3:35, 14:6, 16:15; Philippians 2:9–11 1 Samuel 11:6; Luke 1:35 is all-knowing Psalm 139:2; Isaiah 46:10; 1 John 3:20; Acts 15:8 John 16:3, 21:17 1 Corinthians 2:10–11 has the fullness of God in him (not just “a part of God”) N/A Colossians 2:9 — gives life Genesis 1:21, 1:24, 2:7; Psalm 49:15; John 3:16, 5:21; 1 Timothy 6:13 John 5:21, 14:6, 20:31; Romans 5:21 2 Corinthians 3:6; Romans 8:11 loves John 3:16; Romans 8:39; Ephesians 6:23; 1 John 4:6, 4:16 Mark 10:21; John 15:9; Ephesians 5:25, 6:23 Romans 15:30 has ownership of believers Psalm 24:1; John 8:47 Romans 7:4, 8:9 — is distinct Matthew 3:16–17, 28:19; John 17:1 Matthew 3:16–17, 4:1, 28:19; John 17:1 1 Samuel 19:20; Matthew 3:16–17, 4:1, 28:19 is judge Genesis 18:25; Psalm 7:11, 50:6, 94:1–2, 96:13, 98:9; John 8:50; Romans 2:16 John 5:21–27; Acts 17:31; 2 Corinthians 5:10; 2 Timothy 4:1 — forgives sin Micah 7:18 Luke 7:47–50 — claimed divinity Exodus 20:2 Matthew 26:63–64 — is uncreated, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End Isaiah 44:6 Revelation 1:17–18, 22:13 — lives in the believer John 14:23; 2 Corinthians 6:16; 1 John 3:24 John 14:20–23; Galatians 2:20; Colossians 1:27 John 14:16–17; Romans 8:11; 1 Peter 1:11 has the godly title “I Am,” pointing to the eternality of God Exodus 3:14 John 8:58 — is personal and has fellowship with other persons 1 John 1:3 1 Corinthians 1:9; 1 John 1:3 Acts 13:2; 2 Corinthians 13:14; Ephesians 4:30; Philippians 2:1 makes believers holy (sanctifies them) 1 Thessalonians 5:23 Colossians 1:22 1 Peter 1:2 knows the future Isaiah 46:10; Jeremiah 29:11 Matthew 24:1–51, 26:64; John 16:32, 18:4 1 Samuel 10:10, 19:20; Luke 1:67; 2 Peter 1:21 is called “Lord of Lords” Deuteronomy 10:17; Psalm 136:3 Revelation 17:14, 19:16


mormon belief is polytheism



The Mormon beliefs are clearly shown and easily contradicted by both the Bible and the Book of Mormon.

There are many gods (polytheism)

"How many Gods there are, I do not know. But there never was a time when there were not Gods and worlds..."

-Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, Vol.7, pg331, 10/8/1859

Men can become gods

"Gods exist, and we better strive to be prepared to be one with them."

-Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, Vol.7, pg237, 9/1/1859

"The only men who become Gods, even the Sons of God, are those who enter into polygamy. Others attain unto a glory and may even be permitted to come into the presence of the Father and the Son; but they cannot reign as kings in glory, because they had blessings offered unto them, and they refused to accept them."

- Brigham Young Journal of Discourses, Vol.11, pg266, 8/19/1866

God was once a man (Adam-God Theory)

"He is our Father--the Father of our spirits, and was once a man in mortal flesh as we are, and is now an exalted Being."

-Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, Vol.7, pg331, 10/8/1859

"When our father Adam came into the garden of Eden, he came into it with a celestial body, and brought Eve, one of his wives, with him. He helped to make and organize this world. He is Michael, the Archangel, the Ancient of Days, about whom holy men have written and spoken--He is our father and our God, and the only God with whom we have to do."

-Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, Vol 1, p50, 4/9/1852

God is made of flesh and bones

"The Father has a body of flesh and bones as tangible as man's; the Son also; but the Holy Ghost has not a body of flesh and bones, but is a personage of Spirit."

-Doctrine and Covenants, Sections 130:22


There is only one God, the God who created the Universe. We can't become gods.

Edited by Steven Gaal
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You were trying to make a point ?? TRUE fact your knowledge of Religion wouldnt be a thimbleful.

Try to expand your mind. Dont be afraid READ THE Book Signature In The Cell

Humor me, you can give it a negative review if you like.

The point being that you are a religious fanatic unaccepting of faiths much different from your own. And what does 'Creationism' have to do with anyhing previously discussed on this thread?

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Hence, taking all the Scriptures into account, orthodox Christian theology has always affirmed that the one true God is triune in nature—three co-equal and co-eternal persons in the Godhead.

Too Colby orthodox Christianity is fanaticism.

Try to expand your mind. Dont be afraid READ THE Book Signature In The Cell

Humor me, you can give it a negative review if you like.

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Par for the course you distort, you think Catholics will go to hell and presumably think the same of Mormons who you don't even consider Christian. I assume you don't think followers of Eastern Orthodox churches close enough to your narrow vision of scripture to be 'saved' either, ditto members of the wrong Protestant denominations. That is fanatical.

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