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Gay Pastor Who Said Jesus Used Racial Slur Taught by Ordained SBC Pastor, SBTS Grad

by | Mar 12, 2021 | Apostasy, heresy, LGBTQ Issues, News, Racialism, Social Justice, Social-Issues, The Church | 0 comments

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Earlier this week, Reformation Charlotte reported on the self-professing “gay pastor” who accused Jesus of using a “racial slur” in the account of the Syrophoenician woman in Mark 7. Brandan Robertson asserted that Jesus approached the woman, used a racial slur against him, and then she, like a strong woman, confronted Jesus causing him to repent and “do his work.”

Of course, this is exegetical nonsense and has no basis in reality, especially as it denies who God is as well as the intent of the gospel to show this woman that it is by faith alone that she is saved.

It has now come to light who has been teaching and mentoring Robertson in this hellish nonsense–it’s an ordained Southern Baptist pastor and a graduate of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

In the video below, you can see Miguel De La Torre teaching this garbage to Robertson.

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♬ original sound – Rev. Brandan Robertson

Torre, according to his bio, is an ordained Southern Baptist minister, who served as pastor for Goshen Baptist Church in Glenn Dean, Kentucky. He also received his M.Div. From Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. You can watch an entire series of this nonsense that Torre is spewing to this confused, unrepentant homosexual who believes he is right with God on Robertson’s TikTok page.

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