View Full Version : Work for a Rod Parsley Endorsement

12-27-2007, 09:03 PM
For those of you who don't already know him, here is a powerful speech he gave on the federal reserve (posted by Wyurm).

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It's my oppinion that his endorsement would be a major uplift to the campaign, especially with his consistency in beliefs with the federal reserve.

12-27-2007, 09:08 PM
He can't do it.........but you can use the video's to help Christians realize how they have been duped by the usury masters of the federal reserve.

In Ohio and California, the IRS had to choose its battles.

Though Pastor Rod Parsley invited Republican and Democratic candidates to World Harvest Church's events, only Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell showed up.

Blackwell is a conservative Christian who opposes abortion and gay marriage. His stance on these issues with Parsley motivated 56 liberal clergy to call for in an IRS investigation.

One complaint accuses Parsley of supporting Blackwell's run for governor by letting him speak at events. Another claims that Parsley planned on having Blackwell on his radio spots, a baseless allegation denied by the pastor and the politician.

It is also contested without evidence that Parsley's "Reformation Ohio" project, aiming to register 400,000 new voters, seeks only conservatives.

The 56 leftist religious leaders felt it was unfair for the IRS to audit a large liberal Episcopalian church in California for political involvement while overlooking Parsley's activities.

All Saints Church underwent an IRS investigation for a sermon against Bush's Iraq war before the 2004 election.

Throughout all the allegations, Parsley remained quite confident.

"We're not going to be silent when the time-honored institution of marriage is in jeopardy," said Parsley, whose book Culturally Incorrect is hitting the bookstores. "We're not going to be silent at the slaughter of 44 million babies since 1973."

Parsley wasn't surprised when the IRS opted not to investigate his church on the matter. He asserted that his ministry is not about forming Republicans or Democrats; it is about equipping Christians on biblical issues.

02-01-2008, 03:55 PM
I wonder if there is any way around the legality issues.

Seriously, this video is huge for evangelicals. It's something God is desperate for us to hear. Even if we can't get an "endorsement" maybe we could encourage him to start chatter amongst his peers. It would seriously crack open pandora's box.