Bishop E.W. Jackson.
Bishop E.W. Jackson, who heads Exodus Faith Ministries in Virginia and is a former U.S. Senate candidate for Virginia, said that liberals constatntly seek to mock Christians who view natural disasters as divine punishments and they do this, along with groups like the KKK and the LGBT community because they all share a "virulent hatred of true Christianity."
“What is the similarity between the Ku Klux Klan and the left?" said Bishop Jackson on his Sept. 12 radio show The Awakening. " And I’ll include the LGBT community in this. What do they have in common? What do the KKK and the leftists, including the LGBT community, have in common?"
"Are you ready?" he said. "Okay, here is what they have in common: a virulent hatred of true Christianity. A virulent hatred of true Christianity."
“What they really hate is God,"said Bishop Jackson. "They hate God, they hate the Bible and they hate Christianity.”
Bishop Jackson, a Marine Corps veteran who earned his JD from Harvard Law School, prefaced his remarks about the left, the KKK, and homosexual activists by explaining what the Bible says about the end of days.
”Remember, we as Christians believe in the doctrine of Original Sin," he said. "And Jesus made clear that in the Last Days, iniquity would abound and sin would continue to get worse and worse. Then he laid out a number of things that would be happening."
"He said like a woman in travail, like a woman who’s about to give birth and the contractions get closer and closer and bigger and bigger," said Jackson. "That’s what it would be like in the end, at the end of time. This overflow of sin would have an impact on everything and you would see it manifest in all kinds of disorder and chaos and, yes, natural disasters and so forth."
Gay activists. (Libertarianrepublic)
"That’s what we describe, and as a symptom of that I said when people brag about their sin, when they are bold with it – and that’s what the LGBTQ community, that’s what they do – they brag about their sin," he said.
He continued, "They really believe that their sin is righteousness, that God made them that way and we Christians, and the Bible, and anything else that would suggest that it’s not right, that we are somehow evil, bigoted, hateful people."
"And so, they want to destroy us as spokespersons for the Lord and for the gospel of Jesus Christ," said Bishop Jackson. "So the way they do that is by making these preposterous claims."
KKK members. (Photo: complex.com)
Jackson is the founder of S.T.A.N.D. (Staying True To America's National Destiny), "a national [non-profit] organization dedicated to preserving life, the traditional family and our Judeo-Christian history and values as the Foundation of our Constitution and culture.”
Jackson is the great-grandson of slaves from Orange County, Va. He lives with his wife in Chesapeake, Va.