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Bible Not Needed: Harry Jackson

August 18, 2011

Harry Jackson was a guest on TBN and discussed how he thinks the separation of church doesn’t exist in “God’s mind” and “Jesus came not to take sides, but to take over”:

Jackson: There really is no separation of church and state. In God’s mind, the word of the Lord should impact everything that happens out there in the state. So time and time again we got folks who want us to say our place is just behind these four walls. But Jesus came not to take sides, but to take over.

We get a variety of viewpoints with the different readers that frequent this site, so can anyone read a gospel story and point me to the Caesar Jesus who came in power not to take sides but to take over?

Also: he knows what’s supposedly going on in “God’s mind”… surprisingly it’s the same thing that’s going on in his delusional power-hungry mind!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. August 18, 2011 7:22 am

    Wow! He can read God’s mind! Amazing! Just amazing!

  2. Robert permalink
    August 18, 2011 11:51 am

    The concept of ‘spiritual’ and ‘secular’ as different realms didn’t exist when the Bible was written. It’s something we’ve invented later and foisted on the text. If you want to see where Jesus takes over, try Revelation.

    • August 18, 2011 3:22 pm

      Thanks for the ‘lesson’ between secular and sacred, because there surely was nothing like a Holy of Holies, sabbath, or religious festivals in Jesus’ time… oh wait…

      Are you suggesting that Revelation supersedes all other biblical material in the relationship between Christians and politics? Also, the dude in this video is a seven mountains Dominionist so “Jesus taking over” means something very disturbing and non-Christian.

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