Kansas City Blogger Considers Prophecy

This local faith scribe offers a bit of blame on the Internets and good advice about skepticism even in this age of technological wonders.

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Are we surrounded by true prophets?

Something odd but intriguing has been happening pretty much under the radar in American Christianity. As this New York Times article reports, "in recent years, self-described prophets have proliferated across the country, accelerating in stature over the course of the...

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chuck said…
"One way of putting that notion of prophetic voice is to say that what breaks God's heart should break our hearts and that we must not be silent about those matters, whether they refer to ecological damage, racism, sexism, poverty or some other issue."

I am sure that Bill and God get together every day, sit around a conference table and talk about what "breaks God's heart".

"But the "prophets" in the Times story are people who claim they know what's coming and are deputized by God to alert the world to whatever that is."

No doubt, the people "deputized" by God, are Globalists, supported here in America by the Nazis in the Deep State.

Blatherskite and bullshit from an agenda driven liar who wishes he was running for office in a solid, Socialist state. Billy is even more power hungry than the Progressives already bleeding us dry.

God's punishment for his hubris and narcissism is his condemnation to a life, lived solipsitically, turned forever in on itself, myopic, blinkered and frustrated unto the fuckin rattle.
Anonymous said…
^^Get your as to work chuck. Lazy-ass Boomer. Those biscuits won't make themselves!
Anonymous said…
^^Ha!
KC said…
Blatherskite -
noun
a person who talks at great length without making much sense.
foolish talk; nonsense.
"politicians get away all the time with obscurantist blatherskite"
Anonymous said…
Yet another idiotic posting from Liberal Loon Tammeus.

He still clamors to his Trump Derangement Syndrome, mentioning:

"the Trump era"

While criticizing "prophetic voices", Tammeus himself plays the role of "God's Interpreter" claiming that "what breaks God's heart should break our hearts and that we must not be silent about those matters, whether they refer to ecological damage, racism, sexism, poverty or some other issue."

In one of his most unintentional comical barbs, Tammeus chastises "independent evangelists" for "making money through book sales" and such. Comical because Tammeus himself continues attempting to make money through the sale of his fictional account of September 11th.

Seemingly intent on compounding his idiocy, Tammeus a purveyor of 9/11 conspiracy theories, finishes up with "the rising appeal of conspiracy theories in Christian settings, echoed by the popularity of QAnon."

The message is clear for all to see: Give Tammeus no credence.
Anonymous said…
^^TL/DR. Nobody wants the opinions of liars. Go to Parlor. Everybody lies there.
Anonymous said…
11:34 comment

Why are you so proud to tell everyone that you're illiterate?
None of us care that you can't read, because we already know that you can't think.
Anonymous said…
There are no prophets anymore. There used to be some. But not anymore. Once Christ came the prophecy was fulfilled and no prophets were needed.

But 2 more prophets will show up someday to tell and warn of the end of the world. They will be killed, put on display for 3 days, then come back to life, then the end of the world will come. Its in the Bible