Brandan Robertson has been in the headlines quite a bit in the last year or so as he is an openly gay, self-described “pastor” who opposed traditional, biblical theology while installing himself as a biblical scholar and theologian. Robertson is an advocate for sexual immorality and teaches that premarital sex is “good” and “healthy.” Of course, conservative Bible-believing Christians would never consider Robertson’s claims to Christianity valid, but the world sees things like this and brings reproach upon Christ.
Robertson made the news last year when he claimed that Jesus used a “racial slur” in Mark chapter 7 during the account of the Syrophoenician woman. Robertson said that the woman essentially bucked up to Jesus causing Jesus to “repent” of his racism and then “do the work” he was supposed to do. Obviously absurd.
Robertson also made the absurd claim that the biblical passage where Jesus called Lazarus to “come out” of the tomb was actually about Lazarus “coming out” as a homosexual.
In a recent podcast episode, Robertson looked foolish as he attempted to argue with conservative podcaster, Allie Beth Stuckey, on the beginning of life. Stuckey pointed out that Robertson’s argument of viability could be applied to life outside of the womb as well as inside the womb to which he did not have a coherent response.