Why? Because it has allowed the worse of American Christians, Joel’s Army and the New Apostolic Reformation, to have a national stage. But, beyond that, the individuals themselves have questionable beliefs. You know, like Tony Perkins and his ties to the KKK or Bryan Fischer. Further, their ‘prophetic statements’ among other things, have reached the level of outright heresy, lies, and attacks on Scripture. To be honest, there isn’t enough time in the day to go through the list of people who spoke and their abhorrent theologies. Or, perhaps, what they have said about other Christians, especially Catholics and Mainliners.
I find it funny that in Scripture, the only persons able to call a nation to prayer was a king… a fact that did not escape mention today:
While you are at it, read Rodney’s post…
NBC is reporting about 25,000 in attendance… in a stadium which should hold about 71,000.
If Texas Gov. Rick Perry runs for president, the type of crowd that attends a seven-hour prayer rally in a football stadium would not be disappointed.
Held in the venue where the Houston Texans play, more than 25,000 people here attended “The Response,” an event that was part prayer service, part Christian rock concert, and part marathon pep rally for Jesus Christ.