I have previously touched on The Gospel of Inclusion in my previous post about the marks of false christian teaching and teachers. As stated in that post, here are a few things that taught in this false doctrine

  • Hell doesn’t exist in the way the church has taught and that all people will eventually be reunited with god.
  • The whole world is redeemed but we are just not aware
  • God will have to send some people to hell, but he will not leave them there
  • Hell is not a destination but a detour; a long-way-round road some people must take before they will reach God
  • Here  are the videos with Lexi interviewing Carlton Pearson. Look out for when Jamal Harrison Bryant has his turn to speak asking the crowd to pray for Carlton and just watch Lexis’s expression. Maybe its just me but I thought he was just so insensitive and its this backwards thinking that puts me off some black churches (not that it only happens in the black church but that has been my background). Also take note how Bishop Van Gayton’s intellectual speaking is belittled which is also a problem in a lot of churches in that they leave their brains at the door and just talk about ‘the anointing’.

    Part 1 Clip 1

    Part 1 Clip 2

    Part 1 Clip 3

    Part 2 Clip 1

    Part 2 Clip 2

    Part 2 Clip 3

    Part 3 Clip 1

    Part 3 Clip 2

    Part 3 Clip 3

    To read more about the gospel of inclusion, click here

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    Comments
    1. Rebecca says:

      Quote: “Look out for when Jamal Harrison Bryant has his turn to speak asking the crowd to pray for Carlton and just watch Lexis’s expression. Maybe its just me but I thought he was just so insensitive and its this backwards thinking that puts me off some black churches (not that it only happens in the black church but that has been my background).”
      This was also in Clip 2 part 3″

      Did you also notice the man sitting next to Lexi while Jamal is praying put his hand on her back (when he noticed her expression) and says “hallelujah” then chuckles …all the while the prayer is being made. What was that about?

      I may disagree with Carlton’s theology, but he is more respectful and sincere than the men trying to convince him he is wrong.

    2. Rebecca says:

      My apologies … I meant Part 2 Clip 3

    3. Alan Higgins says:

      I’ll have to look out for that part Rebecca?

    4. Zack says:

      This story is really gaining momentum here in Chicago. Just a couple days ago, a local TV program- “Chicago Tonight” profiled Pearson, which led me to blog about it.

      http://bit.ly/8tAlYE

      I’m not trying to promote myself, but instead I want to provide an update on how things are going for Rev. Pearson in our city.

      I apologize for those I might have offended by providing the link. (I get snapped on real tough when I occasionally provide links to my blogs) But this is more about Pearson and his church than it is about me.

      Great blog! I look forward to reading more.

    5. Tim G says:

      Great, great post. It saddens me to see how Bishop Pearson has strayed from the truth. It saddens me more to think of how many people will believe and follow the “gospel of inclusion” . When I watched the dateline special “To Hell and back” on youtube it gave me insight as to why he began to create this doctrine. When his Grandparents died, he didn’t want them to go to hell. His Grandparents had turned from the faith and died in that state. Upset that God may send them to hell, he started the “inclusion” doctrine. He has twisted scripture to fit his circumstances. He really needs healing, because I believe he is very bitter inside. He seems like a nice man, but I pray he comes back before it is too late.

    6. Henry says:

      Hi,

      I believe that the form of “inclusion” mentioned here is what is referred to as Christian Universalism and it is ages old. This doctrine is a very deceptive doctrine in that it gives false assurances that no one would go to hell or stay in hell. Scripture warns us in Revevelations however that those who worship the beast and accepts his mark, whose name were not found in the book of life, will be thrown into the lake of fire along with the beast and the false prophet (Rev 14 and 20).

      In fact this is a very dangerous doctrine. We know that the time is short. What will happen then when the anti-christ is revealed and sets up his throne? In order to have an easy life many will worship him and accepts his mark so that they can escape persecution and can continue to live and enjoy the things of life, feeling “safe” in the knowledge that no one will go to hell anyway. Remember the scriptures say none will be able to buy or sell save he that have the mark or the number of his name. People therefore need to wake up to the truth that this doctrine though it sounds idealistic is false.

      “Blessed and holy is he that hath path in the first resurrection for unto such the second death hath no power……”

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