Day After Elephant Room 3, Michael Brown Whitewashes Christian Tarot Cards
One day after being Whitewashed by James White at Elephant Room 3, Michael Brown went on his program and Whitewashed ‘Christian tarot cards.’ As explained at Polemics Report, to “Whitewash” something means “to exonerate by means of a perfunctory investigation or through biased presentation of data.”
As we have demonstrated tirelessly, Michael Brown never has enough time to discern whether something is false or true (James White, similarly, said at Elephant Room 3 that he couldn’t confirm or deny the heresies of Heidi Baker, Lou Engle, Rick Joyner or other NAR apostles because he wasn’t familiar with them). Michael Brown – even four years after appearing on Benny Hinn’s program – has still not found enough time to make a judgment call on him. The latest charismatic scheme for which Brown says, “Nothing to see here, move along, Christian” is the Christian tarot card scheme.
We reported on Christan tarot cards here, and that post has more than 10k Facebook shares. The news of the Bethel-associated group, Christalignment, and their New Age evangelism made its way to the Mainstream Christian Media (MCM) and soon around the world (as our posts often do).
Just one day after being Whitewashed, Brown was asked about Christian tarot cards. Chris Rosebrough reviews the Whitewashing below.
Something tells me that Rosebrough is just getting started regarding Michael Brown. Listen to the full clip, it’s worth your time.
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