Pastor Robert Jeffress: Obama Is Paving The Way For The Antichrist

Robert Jeffress

Dallas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress has written a new book about spiritually preparing for the end times and the second coming of Jesus entitled Perfect Ending: Why Your Eternal Future Matters Today, which presently has a perfect 5-star rating on Amazon due to the dozen or so laughably obvious plants who have only reviewed Perfect Ending or only books by Jeffress.

And the reason that Jeffress is convinced that the end times are coming, beyond it being the standard fetish for evangelical preachers? Obama, of course. And gay marriage. In his book he writes:

For the first time in history a president of our country has openly proposed altering one of society’s (not to mention God’s) most fundamental laws: that marriage should be between a man and a woman. While I am not suggesting that President Obama is the Antichrist, the fact that he was able to propose such a sweeping change in God’s law and still win reelection by a comfortable margin illustrates how a future world leader will be able to oppose God’s laws without any repercussions.

So because Obama has taken his own steps to allow gay couples to be legally-recognized in the U.S., the path has been cleared for an easy takeover by the antichrist. That's not the least bit insane.

Comments

  1. Jack M says

    That photo depicts the Pastor’s reaction when he thinks about all the money that will roll in from the fools he succeeds in conning with his 14th century proclamations.

  2. MaryM says

    Why are so many Americans so wilfully stupid as to believe in ‘god’. Surely it’s blatantly obvious to anyone with even the most basic of education that ‘god’ does not exist, and that the BuyBull is a badly written, piece of fiction designed to give meaning to the lives of desert dwelling illiterate peasants thousands of years ago.

  3. johnny says

    For such a bible thumper, you’d think he’d realize there’s zero connection between marriage equality and the antichrist anywhere in the bible.

    Like the bible says “Yea, verily I say to you, in the latter days when men started marrying men and women married women, Satan just walked right in and took over and we all went to hell in a handbasket.”

    He’s a freakin’ loon.

  4. HadenoughBS says

    We are so blessed – blessed, I tell you – here in Texas with God-fearing, book-promoting, give-me-money grubbing “pastors” like Jeffress. In this state, it seems they’re a dime-a-dozen, no, wait, they’re more like a dollar-a-dozen. It’s no wonder so many Texans believe in end times and creationism with megachurch blowhards like this one molding their pitiful minds to support his unsubstantiated BS. But, as long as he gets their tithing, why would he care? This is hucksterism at its Texas finest!

  5. PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS says

    Intersting, because I am pretty darn sure that Christ would consider Jeffress considering his very un-Christ like ways as the anti-Christ………………….

  6. CPT_Doom says

    “For the first time in history a president of our country has openly proposed altering one of society’s (not to mention God’s) most fundamental laws,”

    Really, because I thought that the enslavement of the black race was part of society’s, and God’s, plan as well, and Lincoln certainly altered that. And when this country was founded, the Founding Fathers, which included the 5 first Presidents, altered society’s, and God’s, fundamental law that there was only One True Church, and enshrined heresy and blasphemy as fundamental rights in this country. I think that’s what is known as a “precedent.”

  7. CPT_Doom says

    “For the first time in history a president of our country has openly proposed altering one of society’s (not to mention God’s) most fundamental laws,”

    Really, because I thought that the enslavement of the black race was part of society’s, and God’s, plan as well, and Lincoln certainly altered that. And when this country was founded, the Founding Fathers, which included the 5 first Presidents, altered society’s, and God’s, fundamental law that there was only One True Church, and enshrined heresy and blasphemy as fundamental rights in this country. I think that’s what is known as a “precedent.”

  8. david from edmonton says

    Yes they are insane. They don’t quite get Christ was a change agent. He associated with the marginalized and avoided people like this guy and politicians. If he came back (or she) these people should consider hiding. Christ never ever mentions homosexuality. Never condemned it. Never said marriage was between a man and a woman. The ignorant follow these false prophets and believe every word. Maybe they need to actually read the bible. No, maybe not as we would have slavery return and legalized child abuse and multiple marriages (which by the way was very common and accepted in ancient times). Give me strength.

  9. anon says

    Actually, SSM was instituted in the US before Obama was president and he was not a vocal supporter of it until very recently. Also, he hasn’t personally done much of anything to open the floodgates to gay marriage here in the US. It was the hard work of others that have pried open a very reluctant door. Finally, there’s no correlation between what happens in the US and what happens in the rest of the world. The US does not biblically define the fate of the entire world. While the screws were loosening on gay marriage here, in Africa they are passing laws penalizing gay sex, so it looks like a wash to me.

  10. says

    I personally love how these folks proudly state how racist “God” is.

    centuries of slavery weren’t the problem? racial segregation? God loved America the Segregated, but now will end the world because gay folks are getting married? hilarity.

    SO, God hate gays and doesn’t care about black people and only, uh, cares about what happens in America?

    hilarity.

  11. says

    The Rev. can’t even get his history straight! Obama is hardly the one who first “proposed” gay marriage…he’s the one who decided to go along for the ride once it became inevitable. And even then, it was his vice-president who inadvertently got the federal ball rolling…

  12. Bill says

    Interestingly, the idea of a “rapture” was promoted by two Puritans, Increase and Cotton Mather (one the child of the other), dating from the 17th century.

    The idea of a pre-tributation rapture was pushed by John Nelson Darby in the early 1800s and took off among fundamentalists. Others got involved as well, adding their own embellishments.

    See the wikipedia page for details – this is a relatively recent religious concept. It’s easier to get a more or less complete paper trail as a result in order to see how the beliefs evolved than for religious beliefs thousands of years old.

  13. emjayay says

    Great comments guys and not one usual TR stupido.

    I really do appreciate religious people of various types and God knows they have built some beautiful amazing churches and created (or comissioned some homosexuals to create) some awesome art and music over the years and even done or tried to do a lot of good (yes I know and even more bad).

    But seriously, to rave on about such fantastical nonsense with such ignorance besides, well, that’s just something else altogether.

  14. emjayay says

    Like Edmonton Dave was saying, it’s pretty astounding that those that consider themselves fundamentalists so totally have no understanding whatsoever of the message of Christ, who he was, the literary form and historical context of the various parts of the Bible, or anything else.

    Prosperity Gospel? Give me a break, that’s the Bizarro World version of Christianity.

  15. Frances Qualls says

    Thank the Lord for preachers like Robert Jeffress.Too bad so many people are blinded by the devil and unable to realize there is a God and he is so merciful or he would zap them when they deny there is a God.I pray for their souls!

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