The Connection Between James Cleveland And Bobby Jones
Posted by Job on December 29, 2007
From the brother at Gay Christian Movement Watch:
- A lesbian’s recollection of James Cleveland’s homosexual choir and church.
- A singer’s recollection of his first GMWA and what he saw.
This is what Bobby Jones said in this newspaper article:
Bobby Jones of the popular TV show “Bobby Jones Gospel,” is one of the few in the industry to say he does not believe that homosexuality is entirely behavioral.
“I’m too intelligent for that. I do listen to what experts in the fields of human sexuality have to say about people and what happens to them when they reach puberty, the changes that happen in adolescence. You know, the talk shows have done a lot to educate me, too,” he said. So the leading gospel music industry figure today rejects what the Bible teaches in favor of Oprah Winfrey. Typical BET/The Word Network Christianity that helps make stars out of people like TD Jakes, Paula White, etc. Speaking of “The Word Network”, they gave a three week special on heretic and gay rights leader Carlton Pearson. The host, an independent gospel artist named Lexi (who from time to time mocks the Holy Spirit of God by pretending to be shouting and slain in the spirit for comic relief) agreed with everything that Pearson said, at one point even helping him by volunteering “You were hurt in the church because church people are so mean.”
Now the gospel artists that participate in all of these Bobby Jones and James Cleveland retreats and know all about this subculture but refuse to talk about it … what say you about them, Christians? Oh, but they certainly make great music, don’t they? One of the worst things about Youtube banning brother Ephesians511 is that he had a ton of videos exposing the gospel music industry.
Now these same sorts of spiritually corrupting things may be the case with the Christian (white) music scene, even if it is not homosexuality the a huge problem is that an increasing number of contemporary Christian and Christian rock bands come from megachurch culture Christianity and sing the same message as those churches preach (see if you can spot any difference between Israel Houghton’s music and Joel Osteen’s preaching; I dare say that if Houghton sang about the true message of the cross of Jesus Christ he would NOT be Osteen’s praise and worship leader).