Tuesday, August 7, 2007

The Missing Baldwin Brother.

Chuckie B. first let me say that I'm sorry you didn't get into Fuller - but don't take it out on me bro. Your stuff cracks me up - whenever I'm feeling a little low - I just go read your 10 ground rules for becoming a Black Regiment preacher. (do I get a SA80 rifle with that?) Then I call a couple guys into my office and we watch your videos. By the end we are all just rolling on the floor. Man, that's good stuff.

Will you help me locate the Black Regiment? If you know of any Bible-believing, Gospel-preaching pastor who would qualify as being a Black Regiment preacher, would you please let me know who they are?

Before sending me your list of names, let's set some ground rules. In order to qualify as a Black Regiment pastor, the following criteria must be met:

1. He is a Bible believer: he believes the Bible is God's holy and authoritative Word.

2. He is the head of his own home, having his wife and children in subjection to his authority. No henpecked men here.

3. He is the spiritual leader and shepherd of his local congregation, not a committee-controlled man.

4. He is a strong proponent of the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, and Bill of Rights.

5. He understands the necessity and integrity of sovereign national borders. And, to the degree that he understands it, has publicly spoken out against amnesty for illegal aliens and the burgeoning North American Union.

6. He understands freedom of speech and believes that a preacher is a spokesman for God (not the State) and has publicly decried so-called "hate crimes" legislation that would prohibit preachers from preaching Biblical truth regarding homosexuality.

7. He has publicly promoted the sanctity of life by preaching and protesting against abortion.

8. He has publicly repudiated the unconstitutional policies of President Bush in his promotion of the USA Patriot Act, warrantless wiretaps and eavesdropping, and the deceptive manner in which he led America into an undeclared, unprovoked, and preemptive war against Iraq.

9. He has publicly resisted "Seeker-Friendly," and "Purpose-Driven," and "Emerging Church" church growth movements.

10. He believes the church has a responsibility to be the salt and light of the world. That is, that we are to win souls to Christ, and resist Satan in whatever form (spiritual, social, political, cultural, etc.) he reveals himself.

Will you help me find such men? Please email me with as much contact information as possible, including the name of the pastor and church, his address, phone number, and email address.

- Chuck Baldwin Live

Not sure if you are looking for pastors or minutemen. In heaven - it will be fun to introduce you to people who met Jesus for the first time because of dedicated men & WOMEN in the emerging-seeker-purpose movement (E.S.P.). How come protecting our borders #5 comes before winning souls #10?

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