Monday, January 15, 2018

The "Gospel" Coalition Is Reprobate

The (Fake) Gospel Coalition continues it's slide into spiritual harlotry. It is anything but sound. The more time goes by, the weirder & more worldly their material becomes. This one is highly offensive because it attacks Jesus Christ the King of kings. The author, Cambridge graduate Rebecca McLaughlin, tries to compare Dr. Who to Jesus Christ. 

Dr. Who? Who's that? Well here's the new one of which McLaughlin compares the Holy One of Israel:

After 12 male Doctors over a 54-year history, the casting of Jodie Whittaker might seem audacious. But for a show featuring a female, prehistoric lizard-like warrior married to a 19th-century, human maidservant, the switch of the thus-far male Doctor into a woman’s body is practically tame."

That would be: a lesbian feminist. She went there. She compared a lesbian feminist super-human character to the HOLY HOLY HOLY One of Israel: Jesus Christ the risen Lord, King of kings, Lord of lords, Creator & Sustainer of all things; the Way, the Truth, & the Life. She dared to go there in her mind then in her words. TGC approved it.

Isa 40:18 To whom then will you liken God, or what likeness compare with him?

Isa 40:19 An idol! A craftsman casts it, and a goldsmith overlays it with gold and casts for it silver chains.

Isa 40:25  "To whom then will you liken Me That I would be his equal?" says the Holy One. 

This blog does a good job summarizing the article here. It summarizes her article:


That’s the first paragraph. I thought it was weird. But then I read the rest of the article and realized the article was one of those clever articles that says it’s doing one thing and does, y’know, another.
Ms. McLaughlin lists 6 ways Doctor Who is like Jesus. I’ve condensed them for brevity but kept her wording:
  1. The Doctor is deeply present and engaged with people.
  2. The Doctor is stubbornly non-violent. And yet he is terrifying to his enemies.
  3. The Doctor routinely offers his life to save the world, the lives of his friends, and even his enemies.
  4. The Doctor gravitates toward the marginalized.
  5. The Doctor calls people to repentance and risks his life to give even the most apparently irredeemable a chance.
  6. When faced with death, the Doctor resurrects.
If this was really an article about how Doctor Who was like Jesus, those points would fall to pieces faster than you can say “sonic screwdriver.” 
End quote. Then the author hits the points to show how they are wrong. He makes some good points, but could've gone further.
The TGC article is here.

TGC is reprobate & anyone who is connected with them shares in their spiritual whoring. That was absolutely OUTRAGEOUS to even THINK of comparing the Holy One of Israel, the King of Kings, YAHWEH, to a fictional, sinful, disgusting character. McLaughlin trivializes Jesus Christ.

"For a show that actively resists Christian beliefs, Doctor Who’s greatest controversy is that it draws so clearly on the life-source of the universe, the man whose story lurks behind so much of who the Doctor is: the true hero who embraces the marginalized, gives his life for ours, and conquers death."

- McLaughlin's final words in the article. She sounds more like a social justice warrior mystic feminist and certainly not a Christian.
Psa 50:19  "You give your mouth free rein for evil, and your tongue frames deceit. 20  You sit and speak against your brother; you slander your own mother's son. 21  These things you have done, and I have been silent; you thought that I was one like yourself. But now I rebuke you and lay the charge before you.

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