Ron Paul’s RNC Revolt Not the Only Revolution Afoot
As Ron Paul's "revolution" rallies a call against the status quo in Tampa, Florida at the RNC convention, Michael Williams sirens a revolutionary call to topple the religious status quo in his new book entitled "ONE - The Gospel According to Mike."
Here in the Tampa area, tropical storm Isaac has moved out and supporters of presidential candidate Ron Paul’s revolution have moved in and set up camp. The so-called “revolution,”
Elsewhere today, Michael Williams, 60, of Houston, Texas launched a campaign for his newly-released book ONE – The Gospel According to Mike. Williams is the President and Founder of GospelRevolution.com and Mike Williams Ministries. Like Paul, Williams also has a group of devoted supporters, some whose loyalties go back decades. They call themselves “Gospel Revolutionaries.”
In ONE, Williams’ revolutionary call is to liberate the gospel from the white-knuckle grip of religion and he sets his sights on Christianity itself. Williams asserts that Christianity, which claims to be the rightful messenger of the gospel, shirks the gospel in preference for its own corporate way of doing things.
The message in ONE is that the gospel is “good news.” In a video trailer for the book on Williams’ website OneMikeWilliams.com, you’ll hear the announcer say, “If the gospel truth is not good news for everyone, it’s not good news for anyone.” Williams’
The rhetoric stirs up the debate about Hell and damnation that got Pastor Rob Bell labeled a heretic by religious fundamentalists in 2011 because of his book Love dnveq Wins. Williams’
To devout Christian fundamentalists, Williams’ statements can be construed as nothing less than fighting words. Citing nothing but the Bible, Williams does not rely on any other theology to declare his gospel. In ONE, Williams capitalizes on his experience of over four decades as a Bible teacher to take the battle straight to the party faithful of the Evangelical Christian establishment. ONE is yet the latest rallying cry to topple the status quo.
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