Pastor Michael Johnson announced this on the church’s new youtube channel. See the video below (for as long as it is left up):
It it wan’t clear enough by the claims that Israel loves occupation and likes murdering Palestinians, it now has been made clear that the New IFB is actually self-admitting to being anti-Israel. Several months ago, when Tyler Doka was still on the up-and-up in the New IFB, he criticized the militarygetsaved Baptist Church directory for […]
YouTube has shut down the live streaming capability on Temple Baptist Church’s main YouTube channel, forcing Pastor Michael Johnson to now stream on a secondary channel. YouTube cited “Hate speech” as the reason. Johnson made a video about this, which can be seen below.
For the background of this controversy, see part one and part two On Tuesday, August 14, 2018, Michael Johnson uploaded this video, titled “Bill MacGregor’s Biggest Heresy!” Bill MacGregor uploaded two videos. First, he reuploaded a shorter clip of Johnson’s statements on Christ’s impeccability, titled “Pastor Johnson Cannot Admit His Mistakes.” Finally, he brought in […]
Bill MacGregor began a fight with Pastor Michael Johnson over the impeccability of Christ. Because nearly everyone in the New IFB agreed theologically with Bill, but because they also did not want to be on the bad side of an established new IFB pastor, they pulled a small 20 second clip of Bill MacGregor’s sermon […]
Bill MacGregor, the son of the pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Toronto, Ontario Canada preached a sermon on Sunday, August 5 on the topic of the impeccability of Christ. Could Christ have sinned? On Wednesday August 8, Michael Johnson preached the sermon “The Knowledge of Christ”, which contained the following section on the topic […]
Edit: As of August 17, Michael Johnson has removed the thumbnail. See his comment below for details. (original title of this post was “Michael Johnson thinks Israel stole land from the Palestinians (And promotes pro-LGBT website”) Michael Johnson and Temple Baptist Church have posted a sermon clip of one of Johnson’s sermons. Like one of […]
Johnson doesn’t believe in disensationalism, so no wonder that he begins to impose Old Testament law on Christians. He also assumes that all Old Testament ritual laws are for health reasons, and that somehow this shows that vaccines, which prevent illness, are wrong. See his video below.
Michael Johnson and Temple Baptist Church are working to carry on the Anti-Israel and Anti-Jew tradition of the New IFB. Temple Baptist Church posted this video on its channel, which has no special value, but the thumbnail image tells what they really think. Thumbnail is posted below, in case it changes, and video follows:
Michael Johnson of Temple Baptist Church in Jacksonville, NC misuses scripture to teach against vaccinations.