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Jory Micah Wants Oprah to Be Her Pastor

Jory Micah first made social media headlines when she was let go from her teaching position at an Assemblies of God college. She said that it was because she was a woman (the Assemblies of God allow female preachers). She has since elevated herself as a chief proponent of weak-willed women being taken captive everywhere (2 Timothy 3:6). She is regularly known for Twitter and Facebook comments that make little to no sense, and yet, she’s still being added to feminazi women’s conferences around the country, like at the recent Nevertheless She Preached conference.

Micah has denied the Holy Trinity, started a house church explicitly for non-Christians, and in her Masters Thesis she denied that Jesus is still male in his glorified body. Generally speaking, even if she weren’t disqualified from the pastorate for being a woman, she’d be disqualified for teaching more heresies than she has fingers.

Recently (January 7), Micah said that she wanted Oprah to be her pastor, preacher, and eldership board. She hashtagged her comment, “#GoldenGlobes.”

What Micah refers to is Oprah’s #MeToo speech at the recent Hollywood Golden Globes speech, which made headlines for enthralling the Hollywood populace that helped produce the era of sexual harassment in their midst and drew ire from fly-over conservative demographics who typically respect women even when Vice magazine isn’t exposing them.

According to Ben Shapiro’s Daily Wire, she had the following points:

1. Oprah Implied That Matters Are The Same For Black Women Today As They Were For Black People Generally In 1964.

2. Oprah’s Press Pandering. Yes, we all appreciate the press for doing the hard work of digging. But it’s nothing but pandering to suggest that they’re engaged in the “insatiable dedication to uncovering the absolute truth that keeps us from turning a blind eye to corruption and to injustice.” The fact is, the press clearly overlooked the Hollywood scandals for decades.

3. “Your Truth.” This one is a pet peeve. Oprah stated, “What I know for sure is that speaking your truth is the most powerful tool we all have.” She’d go on to praise women for telling their stories of assault and harassment, which is wonderful and positive. But the phrase “your truth” is the opposite of truth — there’s the truth, and there’s your opinion. End of story.

4. She Equated The Status Of A Raped Black Woman In Alabama In 1944 To Women In Hollywood Today. Oprah told the story of Recy Taylor, who was kidnapped and raped in Alabama by six white men. She only died ten days ago. The story is heartbreaking. But then Oprah stated, “She lived as we all have lived, too many years in a culture broken by brutally powerful men. For too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dare speak the truth to the power of those men. But their time is up. Their time is up.”

All of those details are pretty immaterial compared to the fact the Jory Micah (who now fancies herself a co-pastor with her husband) wants Oprah – who hates God – to be her pastor. Here’s Oprah denying the exclusivity of Jesus.

Although, let’s be honest, it makes total sense that Jory Micah would want a non-Christian as a pastor. Her religion isn’t Christianity; it’s feminism.