“Jesus Christ, if that’s who you believe, if that’s who you believe in, admittedly was not perfect when he was here on this earth.”
Prominent leftists don’t understand even the most basic aspects of the most basic things we believe. pic.twitter.com/QzwjNJC4O8
— Michael Knowles (@michaeljknowles) July 9, 2020
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- Don Lemon CNN Bashes Jesus: “Admittedly Was Not Perfect When He Was Here”
by Adan Salazar | www.Infowars.com
Jesus’ perfection essentially at the core of Christian dogma
CNN anchor Don Lemon disputed Jesus Christ’s perfection in a recent rant bashing America’s founding fathers.
Speaking to Chris Cuomo, who identifies as Catholic, Lemon compared Christ to the Founding Fathers and claimed neither were perfect. “Here’s the thing,” said Lemon, who reportedly grew up Baptist according to FaithWire. “Jesus Christ — if that’s who you believe in, Jesus Christ — admittedly was not perfect when He was here on this earth.”
Cuomo appears to agree with a nod of approval.
“So why are we deifying the founders of this country, many of whom owned slaves, and the Constitution — the original one — they didn’t want, they put slavery in there, that slavery should be abolished because it was the way the king wanted, and then the Congress said, ‘No way,’” Lemon argued.
Christian religious leaders took issue with Lemon’s skepticism over the Son of God.
“Hey @donlemon, I’m not sure where you got the idea that Jesus wasn’t ‘perfect,’” one follower of Christ alerted the CNN anchor, “but I’d love to share with you all the ways he was more perfect than we could ever imagine.”
A pastor also contested Lemon’s statement and offered to educate him, telling him, “Good sir, Jesus was perfect. He had no sin. He is the unblemished Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the word.”
- Preaching Donkey
Don Lemon was talking to Chris Cuomo recently on a CNN segment. He made some statements about what he thinks Christians believe about Jesus. I wanted to give comment to this because not only were his statements inaccurate biblically, but it’s also not what Christians believe – like he claims. There are lessons for pastors in this because it shows how important it is to remind our people of our basic beliefs about Jesus that we might take for granted.