The WaPo hailed the NCC – the (fake) religious arm of the Democrat Party – for its denunciation of President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee (and, by extension, President Trump himself).
And the paper misleadingly suggested that the NCC’s statement represented the prevailing sentiment of the “more than 30 million U.S. parishioners” the Protestant organization purportedly represents.
But the NCC hardly speaks for the more than 30 million parishioners. It speaks only for those aligned with the Religious Left.
Indeed, the statement condemning Judge Kavanaugh – which the WaPo attributed to NCC’s ecumenical partnership of 38 Protestant faiths – was not endorsed by any of the 38, but was unilaterally released by Rev. Jim Winkler, the group’s president and self-appointed social justice warrior.
Rev. Winkler similar employed the same politically-motivated tactic just yesterday when he made the unilateral decision to rebuke the Trump administration for moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, while at the same time demanding that President Trump “recognize East Jerusalem as the Capital of the State of Palestine.”
And yesterday’s machinations by Rev. Winkler follow his declaration last month to Cuban Present Miguel Diaz-Canel that the NCC opposes the U.S. trade embargo with communist Cuba, which under the Cuban Democracy Act continues to remain in place until the communist regime moves toward “democratization and greater respect for human rights.”
Meanwhile, the positions of NCC’s president on such moral issues as homosexuality and abortion are indistinguishable with those of the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) advocacy organization, and Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider.”
Rev. Winkler is a supporter of homosexual marriage, defying the Word of God which declares, unequivocally, that a man “shall not lie with a male as with a woman. It is abomination.” He also is an unabashed advocate for abortion on demand, disregarding the scripture proclaiming children “a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward.”
The National Council of Churches has repudiated the Word of God in favor of its own modernist world view. That may earn Rev. Jim Winkler the plaudits of The Washington Post. That may reaffirm NCC’s standing as the foremost voice of the Religious Left.
But the day will come when all of NCC’s leaders, beginning with Rev. Winkler, will be held account for the fake doctrine they have espoused that has deceived the many.