The tweet was deleted, but it was picked up by sites like Media And the daily wire.
The great pastor said in the account of the New Ebenezer Baptist Church: “The meaning of Easter is more sublime than the resurrection of Jesus Christ.” “Whether or not you are a Christian, it is through a commitment to help others that we can save ourselves.”
There are around 2.3 billion Christians worldwide and Easter is one of the holiest days of the year that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus. “By doing so, he conquered death and redeemed us from sin if we believe in it,” according to Christianity.com.
Allie Stookie, author and podcast host, tweeted, “There is nothing more sublime than the resurrection of God-man, Jesus. Literally: His resurrection transcends our limited notions of science and rationality. The word became flesh, and dwelt among us, then slaughtered for our sins only for the conquest of death after 3 Days? “
I gave Warnock a file Sunday service He talks in part about life and how – with the Coronavirus – this season has been a “season of separation”.
“Lonely season,” he said. He indicated how Mary Magdalene stood crying alone outside Jesus’ tomb, and related her experience to just how hard life struggles – even with support systems such as family and friends – in isolation.
“There is a way that we put the shadow away, just so we can survive,” he said.
Mediaite noted that Warnock has garnered some Twitter advocates. MSNBC presenter Joy Reid objected to former Trump attorney Gina Ellis for tweeting that Warnock was spreading a “false gospel and heresy.”
Ellis said that man cannot save himself.
“The absolute truth and the only meaning of Easter that is important is the literal and physical resurrection of Jesus Christ, and we must accept it as Lord and Savior.”
She described Warnock as a “false teacher”.
Reid noted that Warnock is the pastor of the Church of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
“Ma’am, I’ll take @ ReverendWarnock’s opinion, as a pastor and scholar of the word above your words, if you don’t mind.”