Bethel’s Dead Raising Team Stinks | Polemics Report December 16, 2019

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On today’s podcast, JD talks about Bethel being unable to raise the dead, an African American pastor leaving the SBC over JD Greear’s compromises on homosexuality (somebody’s been reading P&P), and then onto Rosaria Butterfield blue-printing Revoice gay theology.

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