Friday, October 10, 2008

Carlton Pearson Keynote Speaker at National Gay Day


Just how far will Carlton Pearson keep falling? Who knows? After having come out with his heretical "gospel of inclusion" , Pearson now continues his flirtation with the dark side, agreeing to appear at a prayer breakfast for the Human Rights Campaign, a homosexual advocacy group:

HRC’s Atlanta Religion and Faith Committee is sponsoring a prayer breakfast in recognition of National Coming Out Day, Oct. 10, 2008.

HRC Religion Council member, Bishop Carlton Pearson will be the featured speaker. The breakfast will take place from 8 am to 10 am (registration at 7:30 am) at All Saints Episcopal Church, 634 W. Peachtree Street, NW, Atlanta, GA.

http://atlanta.hrc.org/node/145

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Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; (Isaiah 5:20)



1 comment:

Believer said...

The man needs prayer! He knows the right way and the truth, but has been deceived. I think it all started back when color became his God and race lead him to think that the entire world is already saved to justify those of his race that were opposed to the true gospel. He had to find a way to fit them in and then it moves on with a close gay friend that moved him even more over the fence into destruction.

At least that is my understanding of it. I use to watch him every now and then on TBN back in the early 90's. You could see race taking over when he talked about Farrakhan and the million man march. That was probably when the catylst was brewing to pull him away from God to the level he now finds himself.

In one article I found on him, there was mention that he was lost and everyone had turned on him, but the gay communited wanted him so he went that direction.

Regardless of the reasons though, it is sad that someone that had his knowledge of God could turn and live against God. Guess should be a reminder to us to keep humble before God and follow him closely.