The world has all sorts of carnal ideas to replace having to read the Word of God. I remember last year when the church embraced The Shack and curricula were developed to accompany it. The same went for the heretical Bible and AD mini-series'. But Jennifer is not being truthful here now is she? They did not suggest meditating on the Notebook. Neither did they suggest the Notebook was going to outlast, outsell or outdo the Bible. So why all the chest thumping? Because Jennifer Leclaire has spent this entire article making GQ the enemy of the church. Perhaps realizing it, she now climbs on the nearest high road she can find to suggest prayer. After mocking them, deriding them and trying to turn the church against them, Jennifer prays for them. After sowing seeds of derision into that deep dark blindness, Jennifer prays that God delivers them from it. Right.
"One more thing, know this: The attack on the Word of God comes at a time when a California bill could ultimately lead to a ban on Bibles. It's clearly a coordinated onslaught between the government and media mountains of society." -- Jennifer Leclaire
No Jennifer. You do not get to spew your political talking points as if they are fact when they are demonstrably not. There is no California Bill that would lead to the banning of the Bible. To believe so is to be so deluded one might have to conclude that a giant squid, in the spirit realm, is sitting on top of your head. The problem is that Jennifer runs with Charisma News, which is the mouthpiece for the Charismatic NAR folks who worship this country. Just look at the language Jennifer uses here! The government and media mountains of society is verbiage straight from the seven mountains theology of the NAR. Instead of the church against the devil with the world hanging in the balance it is the church against the world with the devil laughing.
"Make no mistake, The Notebook will pass away. GQ will pass away. Heaven and earth will pass away. But the Word of God will never pass away (Matthew 24:35). The Word of God never fails. God watches over His Word to perform it." -- Jennifer Leclaire