Thursday, November 20, 2008

Oklahoma Pulpit Pundit Goes "National"

Lefty bloggers are all a twitter over Reverend Robin Meyers going national... while at the same time the good Reverend practices a little hate of his own by calling Oklahomans "racist" and proud of it.

"The world wept for joy; Oklahoma spat defiantly. The glory train of history pulled out of the station; Oklahoma waved goodbye and said “good riddance.” Dr. King’s dream came true; Oklahoma slumbered on, curled up on the hearth of racism and addicted to the mind-numbing power of the word “conservative.” -Robin Meyers

For some strange reason, the link in my sidebar to a post from 2007 on the good Reverend Meyers went away all by itself... (see Pulpit Pundit link in sidebar) oh well, fortunately I keep backups of some of my favorites.

For those who don't know who Robin Meyers is... please to enjoy.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Rev. Robin Meyers Oklahoma's "Pulpit Pundit"

In case you don't know who he is... Reverend Dr. Robin Meyers is the pastor of the Mayflower Congregational Church in Oklahoma City and author of "Why The Christian Right is Wrong".
For the last 12 years, Meyers’ sermons have been broadcast in Oklahoma on Sundays at 9:30 am, KOKC AM 1520. The program has become the most listened to religious broadcast in Oklahoma. (according to their website)

Rev. Meyers is a strong advocate for separation of church and state and believes the conservative Christian right has gotten it all wrong by mixing religion and government.
Of course he has no problem mixing the two and injects his own political views on the illegal war, attacks President Bush and all conservatives directly from the pulpit as well as in the classroom where he is a Professor of Rhetoric. (Yes boys and girls, apparently there is such a thing)
So we have a Bush hater who is for separation of Church and State telling people HOW they should vote from his church pulpit and and also at public funded schools. A man who condemns conservatives for using religion and the church to promote a political agenda by using HIS religion and HIS church to promote HIS political agenda.
Not so much.
Meyers also preaches that the apostle Paul was gay and that God/Jesus would never claim there is only one way to heaven as well as deeply thought out questions such as "what if they gave a war and nobody came?" and "War, ...good God ya'll, ...What is it good for? ...Absolutely nothing". Yes, he really said this stuff.

BTW- Jesus did say: "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father but by me." (John 14:6)
and perhaps you remember this one- "For God So Loved the World that he gave his only begotten son, so that whosoever believes in HIM shall have eternal life." (John 3:16)

I will answer these other incredibly thought provoking questions for the good Doctor...
1- If they gave a war and nobody came, ...uhh, that would be France. (surrender)
2- War hasn't solved anything except... SLAVERY, GENOCIDE, OPPRESSION, NAZI-ISM... you know, "the little things" that don't matter.

As far as America moving toward fascism due to Bush and conservative Christians... there is a complete and total lack of evidence to support that claim, however there is much evidence to the contrary which I am prepared to go into in great detail... if anyone would like.

Here is a "sermon" from Meyers delivered to students at OU that is revered on the liberal internet scene... and here is Cam Edwards refuting Robin Meyers.

If you plan to attend a church service at the Mayflower Congregational Church... bring your own tin-foil hat and your "VOTE DEMOCRAT" war protest sign.

Donations go straight to the Democrat party in the form of political endorsements from the pulpit in the name of separation of church and state.

Update: the lefty blogger was so excited and a-twitter that she linked her story ("dead wrong and proud of it") to the wrong pastor's website. (Mainstream Baptist is Dr Bruce Prescott)
lol too funny.
From the blog...
"I was going to post something about the column Robin Meyers (of Mainstream Baptist) has in the latest issue of the Oklahoma Gazette, entitled “Dead Wrong and Proud of It.”

ahh the irony!

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Blogger Rena said...

Red, at least my blog mistakes are benign. Thanks for reading, though.

2:35 PM  
Blogger e said...

I have never heard so wrong of a collaboration of church and state EVER. He's not just a member of the leftist illuminati who is AGAINST it, he's just one who wants to combine it in the ways that he sees fit. As a conservative christian who attends a politically diverse church, I was very proud of my pastor for saying that his role is to only tell about Jesus from the pulpit. That's how it should be.

2:56 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

Yeah, we all make mistakes rena, benign... you mean unlike The Pulpit Pundit's mistakes then... right?

If so, we agree that his "mistakes" are anything but "benign"... but is it really a "mistake" if you say it and know it's not true ... especially if you do so in a house of God?

10:15 AM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

and Rena... I'm sorry for making a joke at your expense, but God knows you guys do it to conservative bloggers all the time... I haven't seen an apology or any slack...

I just thought a title "dead wrong and proud of it" to a link that ended up being to the wrong pastor of a different church, was funny. Not a personal attack on you.... I'll do that in a special piece coming soon. (just kidding)

10:35 AM  
Anonymous inmyeyes said...

He only uses christianity to push his liberal illuminati political views. How ironic? And he preaches that Paul was gay? This is way out there.

2:02 PM  

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