Paige Patterson Is A Devil Co-Terrorist

Casey Cagle is born of the Baptist Blackmail that invented the abortion crisis to counter the Civil Rights movement. The followers of Satan Paul carried his false teaching into Europe and corrupted the Celtic Germanic tribes. He made sniveling white worms out of healthy and viral men.

On this day. I release all white men from the evil shaming of Paul, and bring them true Freedom and Democracy. In this lifetime, they will own the Keys to Heaven. I lop off the false teaching of  Paige Patterson, and bid no one to enter the Blackshear church that Cagle attends.

Patterson gives fake lessons on Revelations and Judgement Day. Let he who cast the first stone stand in Judgement of Angel Michael. The door to Heaven is now shut, and will be opened by the Son of Man………….Angel of God……….Son of God!

Repent! If the Blackshear church cast Cagle out of church, and forbid the false teaching of Patterson, the Son of Man will reconsider.

Jon ‘The Nazarite’

EXTRA! Michael Williams of the Georgian State Senate said that Delta is giving discounts to Planned Parenthood. He lies. For the reason Martin Luther promoted anti-Semitism, I declare all churches that spring from Luther, a heresy. I abolish the Baptist Church who are political savages for worldly governments. Get out of my kindred’s party – now! How dare Williams tell lies – to our children! Get out!

“Senator Williams, an ardent proponent of the Second Amendment, again gained national attention when his campaign held a bump stock giveaway

Looks like Paige has a mission in Africa, and brings home DEAD trophies. In hell, a BEAST will devour him from the inside – out!

For Conservative Christians to attack an airlines, in the name of Jesus Christ, is the straw that broke the camel’s back. Evangelicals are Anti-American. No need to look for their version of the Anti-Christ. Who though only Islamic Terrorists went after our Airlines? Listen to Patterson threaten to take his cult followers into caves in the hills. He casts out Calvinists, the founders of the Presbyterian church.

“cannot attack conservatives and expect us not to fight back.”

They make war with The Wings of Angels! I surround all students with the valence of angels. They know who is behind the shootings, grown men and women who pretend they protect the unborn, and all of us from Sharia law, because millions of voters are being deceived. Trump get’s fond messages from these Haters, every day. Shooters drool over these devious morons who love their guns. They are impotent jack-offs who know nothing about real history, so they invent FAKE HISTORY. My ancestors were real Volunteers and Patriots in South Carolina. Until they throw their guns into hell-fire, they will never enter heaven. They are CASTOUTS!

So be it!

Jon ‘The Nazarite Judge’

“First, to set fire to their synagogues or schools and to bury and cover with dirt whatever will not burn, so that no man will ever again see a stone or cinder of them. This is to be done in honor of our Lord and of Christendom, so that God might see that we are Christians, and do not condone or knowingly tolerate such public lying, cursing, and blaspheming of his Son and of his Christians. For whatever we tolerated in the past unknowingly and I myself was unaware of it will be pardoned by God. But if we, now that we are informed, were to protect and shield such a house for the Jews, existing right before our very nose, in which they lie about, blaspheme, curse, vilify, and defame Christ and us (as was heard above), it would be the same as if we were doing all this and even worse ourselves, as we very well know.”

If Delta doesn’t feel at home in Georgia anymore, Virginia and New York are standing by.

Georgia Republicans are threatening to withhold a hefty tax break for the airline because it ended a travel discount for the NRA. Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle said corporations “cannot attack conservatives and expect us not to fight back.”

Democrats in other states responded Tuesday by publicly wooing Delta.

“Virginia is for lovers and airline hubs,” Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said on Twitter. “You’re welcome here any time.”

A small group of evangelical Christian leaders is hoping to promote stricter gun legislation by injecting a key element of conservative Christian theology into the conversation ― the principle of protecting life at all stages.

In the wake of a school shooting in Parkland, Florida, last week that left 17 people dead, the group has put forward a petition that uses the language of the anti-abortion movement to encourage fellow Christians to fight for gun reform.

The signers claim it’s their “Biblical responsibility” to urge America’s lawmakers to pass common-sense gun legislation that will “protect life.” Though the meaning of “common-sense” varies for individuals in the group, they’re generally looking for tighter background checks, ensuring that certain high-risk individuals are prohibited from purchasing firearms, and potentially banning certain high-capacity and semi-automatic weapons.

The petition has the backing of at least 16 evangelical leaders, including Max Lucado, the best-selling Christian author, Lynne Hybels, co-founder of the Illinois megachurch Willow Creek Community Church, and Rev. Dr. Gabriel Salguero, president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition.

The “Prayers and Action” campaign is organized by Rev. Rob Schenck, an evangelical preacher from Washington, D.C.

Senator William staged a protest at River Ridge School in protest of a teacher who had banned her students from wearing Pro-Donald Trump t-shirts. The Williams campaign said, “Once again, the school is attempting to ignore the rights of Trump supporters to express their 1st Amendment rights. Just five days after Cherokee County Chief Marshal Ron Hunton told the Cherokee Tribune that our protest was lawful, the school is claiming it unlawful with threat of forceful police removal.”[10] Michael Williams was quoted saying, “If politicians wanted to have a real conversation on reducing gun violence, they would be discussing mental health awareness and ways to reduce the weekly bloodbath in Chicago and other inner cities,” he said. “Blaming guns or bump stocks for the actions of a lunatic is the same as blaming McDonald’s for heart disease.”[11]

Senator Williams, an ardent proponent of the Second Amendment, again gained national attention when his campaign held a bump stock giveaway.[12] Senator Williams was quoted saying, “The tragedy in Las Vegas broke my heart, but any talk of banning or regulating bump stocks is merely cheap political lip service from career politicians. In reality, the bump stock is the new, shiny object politicians are using to deceive voters into believing they are taking action against gun violence,” Williams said in a statement on his website. “You cannot regulate evil out of existence. Blaming guns or bump stocks for the actions of a lunatic, is the same as blaming McDonald’s for heart disease” [13]

The State Senator attracted controversy for posing for a photograph with a group that was later identified as an armed militia[14] group before an event sponsored by what the Southern Poverty Law Center calls a hate group.[15] The rally was part of a dozen nationwide protests against Shariah religious law, organized by ACT! for America, which calls the tenets of Sharia incompatible with Western democracy.

Days after Delta Air Lines announced it would stop offering discounted fares to National Rifle Association members, a top Georgia Republican retaliated, vowing to kill legislation that would hand the airline a lucrative tax break.

n early 2005, Cagle declared his candidacy for Lieutenant Governor of Georgia. He was opposed in the Republican primary by nationally known Christian conservative activist Ralph Reed. Initially considered the underdog, Cagle emerged as a serious challenger to Reed. Reed accused Cagle of negative campaigning, blaming Cagle for unfavorable media attention arising from the federal investigation into the Jack Abramoff Indian lobbying scandal.[4] On July 18, 2006, Cagle defeated Reed in the Republican Party primary with Cagle taking 56% of the vote to Reed’s 44%.[5] He then went on to successfully face former state representative Jim Martin in the general election and won with 54.1% to Martin’s 42.3%.[6]

We have clarity of mission, and the vision God has given us pounds in our hearts. For this reason, the Blackshear Place church family updated our name to Christ Place Church. The new name will help us better accomplish our mission. The name will also keep our vision constantly before us. Ultimately, we desire to make Christ preeminent in everything, even our name.

Please pray for us. Please also know that we are grateful for the partnership we share with you in our SBC family. May God’s blessing continue to be on our cooperating efforts as Southern Baptists. May His favor be on the local churches that we lead. Your friendship means much to me.

This is why I wanted to take a moment and update you on this exciting season in the life of Blackshear Place. A name update is not a fast process. For the next few weeks, we are still known as Blackshear Place Baptist Church. After Easter, we will make the big transition and be fully known as Christ Place Church.

Book of Revelation Begins August 29 The Annex, Room 106
Led by Dr. Paige Patterson (via video simulcast)
If you want to understand the Book of Revelation, don’t miss this opportunity to study with Dr. Paige Patterson, president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

  1. Paige Patterson (born October 19, 1942) is the eighth president of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He served as the President of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) in 1998 and 1999. He played a major role in the Conservative Resurgence in the Southern Baptist Convention.

Patterson has attracted interest because of his stance on the role of women in churches and related areas such as the academic training of ministers. According to Patterson, the “highest and noblest calling of God” for women is that of “mother and grandmother.” Additionally, Patterson’s interpretation of the Bible includes “an assignment from God, in this case that a woman not be involved in a teaching or ruling capacity over men”.[9]

Paige Patterson’s wife, Dorothy, is one of two female faculty members listed among the School of Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, the other being Candi Finch.[10]

Patterson explains a wife’s submission to her husband as voluntary rather than coerced: ““It means voluntarily to line up in the right order that God has given, and the husband is loving his wife sacrificially as much as Jesus Christ loved the church and gave Himself for it, so that all the husband can think of is, ‘Honey, what can I do for you? What can I do to serve you? How can I make your life better?’ And all the time she is submitting herself to her husband and saying, ‘You just lead and, honey, I’ll follow.’” He has also compared female submissiveness to an encounter with a police officer. Although the officer and Patterson would be equal before God, “He is above me,” Patterson said. “God gave him an assignment that affects me and made him a minister of God to correct my evil ways.”[9]

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