Remember 'The Sparkle Creed'? THIS is why it's total blasphemy

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According to “The Sparkle Creed,” which was drafted by a queer-identifiying minister of the United Church of Christ, God is now non-binary — and pastors like Anna Helgen are choosing to recite this creed to members of their church.

In a viral video, Helgen, a Lutheran pastor of Adena Community Lutheran Church in Minnesota, begins: “I believe in the non-binary God whose pronouns are plural.”

“I believe in Jesus Christ, their child, who wore a fabulous tunic and had two dads and saw everyone as a sibling-child of God,” she continues.

The creed goes on to say “I believe in the rainbow Spirit, who shatters our image of one white light and refracts it into a rainbow of gorgeous diversity.”

Both Allie Beth Stuckey and Fr. Calvin Robinson are confused by the spectacle, to say the least.

“The audacity of this woman to rewrite the Creed, the ecumenical creeds that were written by bishops that came together from around the world, united in faith to God against heresy. This woman is reversing all of that and creating her own heretical creed,” Robinson tells Stuckey.

Robinson also believes that non-binary as a concept is ridiculous in the first place.

“The Bible says that God made man and God made woman. God made us male and female. But the idea that God’s pronouns are plural,” Robinson continues, “when he told us his preferred pronouns: ‘Call me God the Father and His Son, His name is Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. They are male figures.”

“The audacity, the arrogance of this woman. But you can see where this is coming from. This is coming from the enemy,” Robinson says.

While the woman in question might not be aware that she’s reciting the enemy's lines, Robinson believes she’s being used by the enemy.

“She might not be on the enemy’s side or knowingly, but she has been used by the enemy. This ‘love is love’ language we know is a mutilation of the word love. It’s a love that means desire,” Robinson explains.

“It’s not the biblical love. It’s not the God-like divine love, which is agape, which is a self-sacrificial love, which is a willing the good of the other. It’s very, very different,” he adds.

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