Former Tennessee Democratic State Rep. Justin Pearson preached an Easter sermon on Sunday that pretty much spit in the face of Christian orthodoxy while also focusing on his being booted from the Tennessee House. Because we all know that progressives don’t worship the God of the Bible. No, they believe mankind is his own god and can make up his own rules and religion, despite the fact that this requires one to believe in the subjectivity of truth, an argument that defeats itself and is much like a snake eating its own tail.
According to the Daily Wire, Pearson was one of two Democrats kicked out by the GOP majority in the state legislature for encouraging protests happening on the House floor where the two individuals led hundreds of protesters in anti-gun chants with a bullhorn, disrupting legislative proceedings. Pearson, whose constituency was part of Memphis, has been invited to appear on several mainstream media outlets and has gained accolades from a few of the more prominent Democrats on the political scene.
“Pearson was invited to deliver a sermon at First Unitarian Church of Memphis on Easter Sunday; the message repeatedly likened his removal from the Tennessee House to the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ,” the report said.
“We spoke out against the empire of the NRA and the gun lobbyists because we demanded an end to gun violence,” Pearson said while speaking to the unitarian universalist congregation. “This has been a Holy Week. This has been a sacred week. The lesson from it is that resurrection is a promised prophecy to a persecuted people.”
Pearson also blasphemed against the God of the Bible by addressing “Mother God” during his prayer at the beginning of the sermon, before asking the non-existent deity — he most definitely wasn’t praying to the One True God, but one he made up in his mind — and asked that he be connected to “the raw materials of stardust to speak in this moment.” He called on his “ancestor preachers who made sermons from hymns, moans, and groans,” as well as his various great-grandparents and grandparents, to “speak now through this your descendant.”
The report then added, “Pearson’s sermon frequently called for the passage of gun control legislation and contained nods to several left-wing social policies, including an apparent reference to sex change operations for minors. ‘If we just get this persecution over with, then we won’t have to worry about folks talking about love and justice,’ he said. ‘They won’t have to worry about folks talking about advocating for people to get access to healthcare who are transgender children.'”
The comment comes right after Tennessee Republican Gov. Bill Lee showed support for a piece of legislation that bans sex change operations, like mastectomies for girls whose mental illness convinces them they are really boys, along with hormone treatment, puberty blockers, and other means that are used to transition a child to the opposite sex. Another bill that has been signed into law by Lee bans sexually explicit drag queen shows in public or in the vicinity of children.
All of these are necessary measures as the radical left continues to push their sexual perversion on young children, seeking to normalize deviant behavior in the name of undermining parents. The state wants to play house with your children and they can’t have you getting in the way. It’s difficult to brainwash kids into becoming statist robots voting against their own interests if parents are in the way contradicting what they are being taught.
“Pearson also asserted that Mark 16 and Romans 8, which contain promises to the church regarding the successful advance of the gospel, apply to the notion that his hearers can ‘pick up the snakes’ of ‘homophobia,’ ‘transphobia,’ and ‘gun violence,'” the Daily Wire said.
“Jason Pearson, a minister at Community of Faith Christian Church in Memphis and the father of Justin Pearson, likewise spoke from the pulpit at First Unitarian Church to liken his son’s expulsion from the Tennessee House to the crucifixion. ‘When your child is standing at Calvary, when somebody is crucifying your baby, it’s hard to be silent’ he said,” the report continued.
Political tension has risen to an all-time high in the state of Tennessee following the tragic shooting that took place at a Christian school in the city of Nashville. The school was targeted due to its Christian roots and teachings by a 28-year-old biological female who identified as a male. The incident left three adults and three children dead.
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