He’s an expert theologian and Bible scholar, and he has decided to educate us on what the Bible says and what it means.
Daily Caller reports:
CNN anchor Don Lemon claimed Monday that God was “not about hindering people or even judging people.”
Lemon, who is engaged to his partner Tim, joined ABC’s “The View” to talk about Pope Francis’ statement directing the Catholic Church not to bless same-sex unions.
[…]“I think that the Catholic Church and many other churches really need to re-examine themselves and their teachings. That’s not what God is about. God is not about hindering people or even judging people,” Lemon claimed.
[…]Lemon went on to say that he often viewed religion as a barrier preventing people from really getting to know and understand each other.
“I would say to the Pope and Vatican and all Christians or Catholics, or whomever, whatever religion you happen to belong to, go meet people. Try to understand people,” Lemon added. “Do what the Bible Jesus actually said, if you believe in Jesus, and that is love your fellow man and judge not lest you be not judged.”
This isn’t the first time I’ve blogged about CNN’s Don Lemon, or his amazing ability to interpret the Bible to Christians who don’t know what it says.
Christian Post reports:
CNN host Don Lemon has garnered criticism for claiming that Jesus Christ “was not perfect” while He was living on earth.
“Jesus Christ — if you believe in, if that’s who you believe in, Jesus Christ — admittedly was not perfect when he was here on this earth.”
I really would like Christians to be more careful about where they get their news from. This time, it’s obvious that Don Lemon doesn’t know what he’s talking about. Other times, it may not be. A lot of money goes into making people on CNN look attractive and sound authoritative. Don’t be fooled by appearances. These people are stupid and ignorant about the things they speak about.
If you’re wondering what to read, I read The Federalist, Daily Wire, Daily Signal and Daily Caller. I’d recommend that you stick with those web sites, and turn off the CNN Bible experts.