Podcast: Perry Stone and that Phone

Podcast: Perry Stone and that Phone

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On this episode of Polemics Report for October 7, 2019, JD talks about being kicked off FB again for abbreviating “transsexual,” then goes through the various news articles of the day from Pulpit & Pen. He makes special mention of the Denhollanders and the SBC using victimhood to push for women clergy.

Then, JD continues on to discuss Perry Stone explaining why he was reading and using his cell phone while speaking in tongues, and referenced JD as a “black Baptist pastor who doesn’t believe in the Holy Spirit” (apparently from a Google images search).

This is the shorter, BTWN-version podcast. If you would like to listen to the entire podcast, please sign up at Patreon here.



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