Dear Mr. Romney,
I read what you said about Dr. Robert Jeffress and his beliefs. You tweeted some very pointed comments about his qualifications to lead prayer on behalf of our nation at the opening of the United States Embassy in Jerusalem, today.
Robert Jeffress says “you can’t be saved by being a Jew,“ and “Mormonism is a heresy from the pit of hell.” He’s said the same about Islam. Such a religious bigot should not be giving the prayer that opens the United States Embassy in Jerusalem. (source: Twitter)
Well, Mr. Romney, the apostle Paul (who penned a huge portion of the New Testament your faith gives away all the time) made it very clear in his letter to the Romans that simply being a Jew is no guarantee of salvation On top of that, neither Mormonism, nor Islam, affirm the deity of Jesus Christ, and both are legalistic, works-based religions; therefore, they both run afoul of Romans 4:5 and Ephesians 2:8-9.
I am very glad that we are moving our embassy to Jerusalem, and I’m also pleased that Dr. Robert Jeffress (a fellow SBC pastor) is going to be praying. He is not a bigot; he’s a man of character, for it takes character to tell the truth when the truth is unpopular.
In John 14:6 Jesus made the most radical and exclusionary statement one could make, both in His day and ours: “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” If Dr. Jeffress is a bigot, then Jesus is more so.
I guess you just confirmed you worship a different Jesus.
Pastor Anthony C. Baker, M.Min.
4 responses to “Truth or Bigotry?”
Thanks. Very well said. I was stunned when I read what Romney said. I tweeted back to him. I’ll post this back to him as well.
I actually voted for him. I took a calculated risk, knowing he was a Mormon. I believe he was the better choice at the time, from a governmental perspective. But all he is now is a Rhino with unorthodox and heretical theology, and I’m glad he’s not on any ticket.
I confess I did as well. With you 100 % on this. It is shameful.
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Great insight from Anthony Baker on Mitt Romney’s comments on Pastor Jeffress’ prayer in Jerusalem this morning.