SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, September 18, 2020 —The Evangelical church leaders also have something to say about QAnon. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary President Albert Mohler Jr. compared QAnon to the early church of heresy of Gnosticism. That is, “A belief that only a few, elite, privileged few are able to see and have inside information.” Mohler added “Christianity has nothing to do with the secret truth. Everything has to do with a public Gospel.” – Christianitytoday.com. Mohler touches on something important here; secret truth. At SMG, we strive to be as transparent as possible, even when the truth is ugly. The QAnon movement, in brief, is a movement to seek the truth from all things, put an end to horrible crimes against humanity (through the proper channels), and peacefully protect our country from all enemies, foreign and domestic.
In a column in The Gospel Coalition earlier this year, Pastor Joe Carter, who is the executive pastor at McLean Bible Church in Arlington, Virginia, criticized QAnon. He called them a “political cult” and even a “Satanic movement” that “poses a threat to the global church. Citing further that QAnon “traffics in lies, which Jesus says are associated with Satan. The QAnon movement repeatedly sides with demonically inspired falsehoods that divide professed Christians from faithful believers.” In the most recent article posted on The Gospel Coalition, dated May 20, 2020, it is stated that QAnon is a domestic terror threat. This stems from a fake letter allegedly put out by the Phoenix FBI Field office. This has since been proven to be a false document and all persons, or entities should correct their previous statements stating that the “memo” put out by the Field office was irrefutable truth.
This press release comes on the heels of a New York Times article that seems to align themselves with the Evangelical Churches.
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By SMG Research Department