A Wake-Up Call to Pastors
On Wednesday, October 13th, Sam Rohrer interviewed with Jim Schneider from VCY America Crosstalk. (Please click on the audio file above to hear Sam Rohrer’s interview on VCY America Crosstalk titled “A Wake-up Call to Pastors”.)
This Crosstalk featured Sam bringing a biblical perspective to two attacks facing America. The first dealt with the state of Texas where Houston officials have issued subpoenas demanding that a group of pastors turn over copies of sermons and sermon notes that deal with homosexuality and gender identity. In addition, some pastors were also ordered to turn over all communications with members of the congregation regarding Houston’s non-discrimination law. Those pastors that fail to comply could be held in contempt of court. Sam believes this is intimidation in order to jump over the protections of the First Amendment and is reminiscent of the activities of the old Soviet Union.
Sam also discussed what he feels is the greatest threat to the gospel and to religious freedom. It’s the threat of Islam. He pointed to the Oklahoma City beheading and the continuing terrorism of the Islamic State (ISIS).
Why are so many pastors silent on this issue? Sam noted that pastors either don’t know what to say, they’re afraid to speak what they do know or they’re afraid that if they say something counter to what Islam is, it may harm their ability to preach the gospel to a Muslim who needs the Lord.
Sam also gave brief mention to those who adhere to a Communist/Marxist/atheistic philosophy, a philosophy that is also antithetical to God and Jesus Christ. Together with the organized homosexual lobby and Islam, they all have a common goal to destroy Christianity, the Bible, decency, morality, the rule of law and our constitutional frame of government.
Commentary taken from: http://www.vcyamerica.org/blog/2014/10/15/a-wake-up-call-to-pastors
Why are so many ‘pastors’ silent on the homosexual agenda and Muslim issues? Its simple, most pastors are not genuine Biblical Christians–and most of those who are genuinely Christian–were not called by God to pastor a church.