Wednesday, August 19, 2009

A Church of Christian Witches: Women Who Support Brad Pitt, Gay Marriage and The Time Traveler's Wife

A Church of Christian Witches -- Women Who Support Brad Pitt, Gay Marriage and The Time Traveler's Wife

For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. 1 Sam 15:21 --

They run from their obligatory Sunday appearance at church as fast as they can to see the new movie The Time Traveler's Wife. Despite warnings of disturbing images, nudity and sexuality, these Christian witches place their dollars onto the altar of the demons behind this movie. Their recent appearance in the choir of their air conditioned megachurch while wearing low cut blouses and tight, tight jeans indicates much about why they have no qualms about giving their money to the Audrey Niffenegger-inspired movie The Time Traveler's Wife.

These compromising spiritual rebels do not utter even a slight whimper of apprehension over the fact that Audrey Niffenger gave $1,000 in 2008 to Barack Obama's presidential campaign. They do not pause to even contemplate the fact that Audrey Niffengger's employer, Columbia College Chicago, produced one of the biggest supporting networks for Obama's successful presidential election.

No, indeed these Christian witches only care about carnal entertainment as they race to the theater to bow to The Time Traveler's Wife.

Surely these Christian witches will take offense at having the spotlight of a Biblical analysis of their conduct shined upon their embracement of this world's Babylonian system. However, their being offended is subject again to the reality of the Biblical reminder that "rebellion is equivalent to witchcraft."

The double minded woman is the soil where satan implants his spirit of confusion. The evidence of the fruit of such confusion is clearly manifested in the flip flopping decisions of the Christian witches. Even last year, many of these same Christian witches were shouting out halleluhahs and affirmations for Prop 8 and the preservation of traditional marriage. As quickly as the election subsided and their obligation to perform amidst their fellow churchgoers was over, these Christian witches began their salivating stampede to finance one of the biggest supporters for gay marriage: Brad Pitt.

The executive producer and owner of the movie rights of The Time Traveler's Wife is Brad Pitt. Last year, Brad Pitt contributed $100,000 to the No on Prop. 8 campaign. As an avowed enemy of Christianity and traditional marriage, Brad Pitt has become the leading voice in Hollywood for legalizing gay marriage in California. Thanks to the Christian witches throwing down their financial offerings upon the demonic altar of The Time Traveler's Wife, Brad Pitt will have millions of new dollars to continue his insidious campaign to legalize gay marriage in California.

Yes, now Brad Pitt will even have many more dollars in his corrupt bank account to replace the $28,500 he gave last year to Barack Obama's presidential campaign thanks to the Christian witches.

Mannaseh caused his children to pass through the fire in the valley of the son of Hinnom: also he observed times, and used enchantments, and used witchcraft, and dealt with a familiar spirit, and with wizards: he wrought much evil in the sight of the LORD, to provoke him to anger. 2 Chronicles 33:6


Beckysue said...

I am thankful to be serving a Lord who is patient, full of grace and forgiving. I am thankful his Father Jehovah is sovereign. He will have enough grace and mercy to bless and forgive you. I believe that each of us have enough to work on about ourselves, that we shouldn't be judging others. Aren't you worried about being judged as harshly as you judge others? The Word of God also tell us to pray for the leaders of our country, you insinuation that our President isn't within the approval of God is a sideways attempt at pushing political views. God Bless, and my prayers will be with you.

James Hartline said...

Becky Sue, since you are involved in psychic spirituality, why would anyone want to listen to your statements about the Bible? Not only are you NOT following the Bible, but the Bible condemns your associations with the demonic realm of psychic spirituality. It is the Lord who has already judged your sins, not me. Unless you repent of your satanic beliefs you will receive the compensation for such sins.

Beckysue said...

Since you are course not psychic, I am wondering what makes you so certain that I am involved in psychic spirituality? If it is because I found this article through a blog search in google while gathering research for a Theology class that I have, then you would be mistaken about me. I found your article in this area, and that would lead anyone who has any education in psychology to wonder if perhaps you have interests in these areas of the internet you are spending lots of time yet. I have been a Christian since I was a small girl, it hurts me when those who represent My Lord and Savior Jesus in such an angry, degrading and demeaning way. That is simply not how our Lord his or Father, Our Creator, Jehovah. I love my God very much and you can't have it both ways. It's by our fruits that those who are lost will recognized what Jesus is like. Jesus never had to brow beat people to make them want to serve him, he sat with people you would say are full of Satan. He showed them love, caring, compassion and understanding. I believe that you believe what you are saying is completely right and you are angry and fighting to protect God's name. Your way of speaking isn't making anyone want to come to Christ except through fear, and Jesus never puts out the spirit of fear. That comes from the other side of the fence. Don't limit God, he will find a way to bring people to him, or at least give them the choice, and he will do it in a manner that makes them feel very special and loved.

James Hartline said...

It's not difficult for me to know and find out what you are and what you believe in. Trust me on that. And on another note:
the fact that you keep referring to Father Jehovah repeatedly in your writing when speaking of God reveals much about your "theology".
And it is clear that you do not believe that Jesus is God.

Nice try.
and ps:
I don't care what you "believe" about what I believe. That is totally irrelevant to me.

Tori said...

"A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger." --- Proverbs 15:1.

Exactly how old are you, James? Ending any argument with "I don't care" shows the maturity of a five year old.

You rock Beckysue! <3

Anonymous said...

As I began reading I chimed in on the "Jehovah God." I also knew that your love for God was questionable (Beckysue). I agree, God is a loving God but he also uses wrath (anger!) to shake a nation. Jesus also demonstrated anger w/the Pharisees. He didn't choose love, and patience to get their attention.

I think Obama uses sideways attempts at pushing his political abortionist views to blind ppl that think he is the best thing since slice bread! And no I'm not racist, I so happen to be an african american. So as Mr. Hartline stand up with the annointing of the holy spirit with perseverance and determination to take a stand for stamping out sin that perpetuates our society, whether he do it angrily or in love, he is doing it for the Lord. Mr. Hartline, continue doing God's Will and not mans. There are thousands of ppl that you have never met that supports your work 100%.

Anonymous said...

It's people like you who reminds us that God's hands are no longer on the church and this is why we have sought our own path to God. When you decide to get off your self-rightious pedastool, you will realize that you entire web-site and views is more a "slap in the face" for Jesus and is a greater "sin" than what any of us are doing. What did Jesus say about the two greatest and most important commadments? Your views are very judgmental and critcal towards other human being, the complete opposite of what Jesus taught and how he showed us. You may be following the first one, but the second one needs alot of work. And BTW: I have never seen the Time Traveler's Wife, nor do I know anything about Brad Pitt other than he was in a lot of boring movies and married a woman who wants to be the modern "Mother Teresa", so therefore, it would be hard to support them.