|Pastor Greg Locke taking an extremely bold stand with this controversial tee.|
If you have watered-down Christian friends, you may have seen Pastor Greg Locke’s videos pop up recently in your Facebook newsfeed. The way that Greg Locke gets his following is by putting out a video about whatever is the current trending topic that week. He’ll act like he’s taking a hard stand on an issue, but in reality, he always just says what about half of America would agree with.
For example, he was all over the Target bathroom policy issue when that was in the news. Another topic he supposedly took a stand on was when he complained that a gospel singer was cancelled from being on the Ellen Degeneres show. Why isn’t anyone asking why a Christian would even want to be on that show anyway, when Ellen DEGENERATE is an open Sodomite!?
Wow, he’s pro-Christian and against the democratic platform. Locke’s videos just repeat the same mainstream media talking points from Fox News or conservative talk radio. It’s not that hard to stand up and say something millions of people will back you up on.
Not only is Greg Locke a mainstream neo-conservative, but he is extremely politically correct in his preaching. In his response to the Orlando shooting, he lumps homosexuals in with Blacks like they are just another minority group and condemns Christians who said the incident was the judgment of God. In that same video where he expresses his condolences to the entire “LGBT community,” he brags that he just had a “gay” man in his church service that morning.
It’s a major red flag when a pastor switches from being King James only and goes completely liberal. That’s right, Greg Locke used to be an independent fundamental Baptist. Obviously, this guy was always a fraud and infiltrator.
“They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would no doubt have continued with us: but they went out, that they might be made manifest that they were not all of us.” 1 John 2:19
Frankly, Greg Locke couldn’t make it as an independent fundamental Baptist because his preaching wasn’t up to par. Even back when Locke was an IFB, I remember having a conversation with Brother Jimenez about how we didn’t care for him and couldn’t understand how he even got preaching engagements.
Once Locke found out he couldn’t gain the popularity he wanted in IFB circles, he just defected over to the worldly, sissified, skinny jeans wearing, bar stool sitting, purple lighting, non-denominational, praise and worship style of church.
Here is a quote taken from Pastor Greg Locke’s doctrinal statement:
“Salvation is truly everlasting life; however, those who have trusted Christ are his and will obey him and his word. We do not believe a person can live any way they so desire and be saved.”
This is not the Gospel. Salvation is a free gift. Locke tries to make it sound like you’ll do all the right things because you’re saved, but then in the next breath he says you can’t live however you want and be saved. It’s really just a thinly-veiled works salvation, and this type of double speak is just what one would expect from a politician like Pastor Greg Locke.
Here is a sermon on “The New Man vs the Old Man” where I debunk this false doctrine, using a ton of scripture.