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Evangelical “Prophet” Jeremiah Johnson Says Ruth Bader Ginsburg is in Hell

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According to the CHARISMA website, Jeremiah Johnson is a prophetic minister. In other words, God talks directly to Johnson. Johnson is an elder at Heart of the Father Ministry in Lakeland, Florida.

I have written a couple of posts about Johnson:

These two posts have been read thousands and thousands of times. While I think it is hysterical that Johnson is thought of as a “prophet,” it is evident, based on the traffic numbers for these two posts, that Evangelicals are paying attention to Johnson’s verbal flatulence.

Last Saturday, Johnson weighed in on the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.


Here’s the text of “Prophet” Johnson’s “official response to the death of R.B.G.

“Parts of the American Church have become so lukewarm that they would have tried to comfort Jezebel on a sickbed that GOD himself threw her on! (Rev 2:22) They would have highlighted her accomplishments over the years and found the good in her. They would have found ways to celebrate Hitler and King Herod- all in the name of false justice and an unbiblical definition of love.

Folks, I’m going to keep sounding the alarm as long as I have breathe in my lungs… Too many American Christians have created a god made in their own image and not the God of the Bible. And for all those living under delusional “New Covenant” false grace that prevents God’s justice and wrath from being active, please look over these Scriptures.

John 3:36 The wrath of God is currently and continually abiding upon all those who reject Jesus Christ as the Son of God.

Acts 5:1-16 Ananias and Sapphira (believers) are struck down dead for lying to the Holy Spirit.

Acts 12:20-24 King Herod is struck dead by an angel of the Lord for not giving God glory.

Acts 13:8-11 Elymas the magician is struck blind “by the hand of the Lord” for being a fraud and son of the devil.

Romans 1:18-24 The wrath of God is revealed toward humanity by allowing them to reap what they sow. “Therefore God gave them over”.

1 Cor 5:1-13 The immoral brother is judged and handed over to Satan for the destruction of his flesh.

1 Cor 11:27-34 Believers are judged and become sick, some even die, for not judging themselves before partaking of the Lord’s supper.

Hymenaeus and Alexander were delivered to Satan for Blasphemy 1 Timothy 1:20

Jezebel is thrown on a bed or violent sickness and those who commit adultery with her into terrible suffering, unless they repent of her deeds. Furthermore, I [Jesus] will strike her followers with a deadly disease, and then all the churches will know that I am the one who searches minds and hearts. I will repay each one of you what your deeds deserve.” (Rev 2:22 NET)

Ruth Bader Ginsburg ruled repeatedly on the side of infanticide, partial-birth infanticide, homosexual ‘marriage’ (and officiated homosexual ‘weddings’), against religious liberties, and saw to it that the Supreme Court stopped dating their documents ‘In the Year of our Lord.’

Ginsburg has now discovered that there is a court higher than the one called ‘Supreme’ and she does not sit in the seat of the judge, but as the defendant.

She will answer to a holy God who remembers every ounce of bloodshed she is responsible for and every act of abomination she approved of. The justice of God knows no delay, and the law of God knows no limits.”

“And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment (Hebrews 9:27).”

“…when the wicked perish, there are shouts of joy” (Proverbs 11:10)

God will repay her according to the deeds she has done!

— Jeremiah Johnson

I have seen similar sentiments on social media in recent days. Evangelicals love it when well-known unbelievers/atheists die. This gives them an opportunity to pass judgment on their lives and consign them to eternal punishment in the Lake of Fire. While Johnson lets his mythical God and errant, fallible Bible do the talking, make no mistake about it, he thinks Justice Ginsburg is presently being tormented by God in Hell. According to Johnson — err, I mean God — Ginsburg was a vile, evil person who was an enemy of True Christianity®. Instead of seeing her as a defender of the First Amendment, Johnson sees Justice Ginsburg as a threat to attempts to promote Christian nationalism (and she was).

As is always the case with Evangelical zealots, the important issues of our day are banning abortion and make it illegal, and turning back attempts to give LGBTQ people equal rights and protections under the law. I have no doubt that Johnson, a resolute Bible thumper, believes abortion and homosexual are capital crimes worthy of death.

Johnson’s latest screed is yet another example of why Evangelical Christianity is the most hated religion in America, right up there with Islamic suicide bombers.

There are days when I don’t want to publicize stories such as this one, but we must not let zealots such as Johnson hide behind the safety of their church and social media. Vile words such as Johnson’s must be dragged into the light for all to see. By exposing them, we are helping to push back attempts to turn the United States into an Evangelical Christian theocracy.

On a side note, Fundamentalist pastor J.D. Hall claims that Johnson stole his “prophecy” from an imprecatory message posted by him 12 hours earlier. Let the preacher war begin.

Bruce Gerencser, 63, lives in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife of 42 years. He and his wife have six grown children and thirteen awesome grandchildren. Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for twenty-five years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005, and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist. For more information about Bruce, please read the About page.

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    It is said the lottery is a tax on stupidity. There really should be a tax on this kind of stupidity as well. Why religion gets away with not paying part of the bills is beyond me. The last thing we should be doing is encouraging this drivel by back door subsidization.

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      Bruce Gerencser

      I agree. Trump’s supporters say he did away with the “Johnson Amendment.” Not true, but his administration has stopped enforcing it. Obama and Bush did the same. Thus, Evangelical churches and pastors routinely violate the law, knowing that no one will hold them to account. Personally, I support abolishing the Johnson Amendment and allowing churches to endorse candidates, give campaign contributions, and say whatever they want. Freedom, baby, and with that freedom comes an annual tax bill. Time for churches to pay their own freight instead of being subsidized by American taxpayers.

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    One of my favorite quotes/sayings, “ according to someone else on this planet, you are going to hell.” Im not sure where I heard it but it probably is about the 3rd most assured thing on earth after death and taxes.

    Now since he is speculating on where RBG ended up in the afterlife, let me make a prediction about his, he will die and end up in heaven as one of the many brides of Christ as part of his church. He will then find out at this big ole ceremony that Jesus isn’t white, american, rich or covered in orange spray tan. He will suddenly realize he will be joining a big giant polyandrous marriage where everyone shares everything and the presider of ceremonies is none other than RBG.

    On that note, rest in peace RBG, you will be far more missed and remembered for much longer than any of these plagiarizing bastards.

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    this is so sad but predictable from these so called ministers. why anyone in the 21st century believes this man is way beyond me. wishing ill on someone and speaking such hate about the departed is unacceptable. what ever happened to just good manners? why do these preachers believe everything about others’ lives are their business? they seem to have a constant need for attention. RBG was a great person and stood for the constitution. she will be greatly missed.

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    The god of the Bible was responsible for countless millions of violent deaths and continues to spontaneously abort millions of fetuses every year. But RBG is worthy of eternal torture. Convincing arguments for me to return to Christianity

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      Bruce Gerencser

      Yep. Years ago, a somewhat liberal Christian tried to convince me that “God is love.” I said, fine. Explain to me that “God is love” in light of Noah and the flood. God kills everyone save eight people. Men, women, children, babies, and unborn fetuses. By all means, explain to me that “God is love!” Of course, she had no answer for me. And therein is the problem for Evangelicals. IF the Bible is what they say it is, then Richard Dawkins is right:

      “The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.”

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    Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an amazing asset to our country. If it weren’t for her, women like me would still be further excluded from rights that we have today on the basis of sex. May her memory be a blessing.

    These petty, vile evangelicals who take pleasure in the death and imagined eternal torture of people they judge to be not of their tribe are the examples of why so many reject their horrific “gospel” message and are leaving these churches in droves. When you worship at the altar of Trump and are smugly ecstatic over the supposed eternal torture of a judicial titan who fought for human rights, you are a low, despicable human being.

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    Yulya Sevelova

    I looked that up, where J.J. had copied fro J.D.Haal, and he indeed did do it. Almost comical, though neither man is likable at all. They deserve each other. Fundie one- upmanship, lol.

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    Yulya Sevelova

    I looked that up, where J.J. had copied fro J.D.Hall,and he indeed did do it. Almost comical, though neither man is likable at all. They deserve each other. Fundie one- upmanship, lol.

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    I wish these guys would realize they would catch more flies with honey than vinegar. Thank God my Christianity is far different than that. I also don’t believe God gives us authority to judge who is, or is not, in Heaven.

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      Here’s the thing, Sarah: most Christian denominations believe that those who don’t choose Jesus are burning forever in hell. It’s pretty grim, and I bet most Christians find a way to accept the idea. Except God burning someone FOR ALL ETERNITY for the errors of a handful of years seems pretty monstrous. Even if I admitted that, say, Hitler should go to hell, would him burning for eternity glorify God? If it does, your god is a monster.

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    MJ Lisbeth

    Don’t you just love the way folks who worship a “compassionate” God are so quick to condemn those with whom they disagree?

    More to point: RBG was no more an “enemy of religious freedom” than I am the Sultan of Brunei. If anything, she fought to allow people to practice their religion—or to not have one. In brief, it’s because of RBG and her allies that Jeremiah Johnson can preach his “revelations”—and I can reveal my atheism—without legal repercussions.

    So J.D. Hall is claiming that God gave him the “message” first? All right, I’ll admit it: I fit the stereotype of a trans girl: I want to see a good cat fight! 😉

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