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Donnie Earl Paulk

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Donnie Earl Paulk

Since Earl Paulk, the former senior pastor of Chapel Hill Harvester Church has been accused of  sexual misconduct and was forced to resign as archbishop of the International Communion of Charismatic Churches (ICCC), apostle, Donnie Earl Paulk, or DE Paulk as he prefers to be called, moved on to become this controversial church's senior pastor. He had been groomed for the position for many years, which should come as no surprise, especially since it was recently revealed that Donnie Earl is not really the nephew of Earl Paulk but rather he is actually Earl Paulks' son. This revelation came to light as a court ordered a DNA test to prove Earl Paulk had lied under oath about not having sex with Clariece Paulk (Donnie Earls mother, who is married to Earl Paulk's brother, Don Paulk).

Fortunately, Donnie Earl has not followed in the footsteps of his uncle/father, Earl Paulk and continued the false Kingdom Now teaching. Unfortunately, he seems to have embraced Universalism, another false teaching, instead.

In Christianity Universalism is the belief that all people will, eventually, be saved and reconciled to God. It generally accepts the idea of a real heaven, but denies the existence of an eternal Hell. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universalism

Consider who DE continues to partner with. Carlton Pearson promotes the idea that there is no hell and promotes the gospel of inclusion, or Universalism - all people will eventually be saved.

Next, Donnie Earl Paulk transitioned to another ministry, Church in the Now. Church in the Now is under the leadership of bishop, Jim Earl Swilley, another Kingdom Now preacher and confessed homosexual.

Today, Donnie Earl has his own congregation, once called Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, now called, Spirit & Truth Sanctuary.

" Yes, we will say goodbye to the Cathedral building itself. However, the ideas and spirit and mission of the Cathedral will live on in the hearts of us all! Although we may change locations... the vision remains the same! " DE Paulk - Myspace - August 22, 2009

According the About Us Page on his website, D.E. Paulk is the Senior Pastor of the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit in Atlanta, GA (a thriving multicultural, interfaith, LGBT affirming congregation). D.E. is widely known as a radically inclusive minister of reconciliation who believes that the Christ Spirit is present in all of creation and cannot be defined by, nor confined to, Christianity.

Do all religions lead to the same place? Do they all lead to the same god? Apparently, DE Paulk thinks so. The images above and on the right were taken from DE Paulk's church's official website.

These images represent the unity of the various religions, represented by each of the symbols. In Christianity, the white dove symbolizes the Holy Spirit. The image at the right portrays the Holy Spirit, extending an olive branch, which is a gesture of peace. Does DE Paulk really believe that the Holy Spirit would extend an olive branch to religions that can be considered, enemies of God?

Symbols, clockwise from top - Christianity, Hinduism, Taoism, Bahá'í, Buddhism, Jainism, Shinto, Confucianism, Nature Spirituality, Judaism, Sikhism, Islam.

These are just a few of DE Paulk's troubling statements of belief:

    • Christ cannot be, and will not be, restricted to Christianity…
      Does DE realize that Jesus is the founder of Christianity, that Jesus said, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."? (John 14:6)

    • the work of the Holy Spirit is to lead us into ALL truth...not exclusively biblical or Christian truths...
      Does DE realize that opposing truths cannot logically all be true, that one must be true and all others logically, must be false?

    • understand the fallible cannot accurately scribe the infallible…
      If I understand this correctly, DE is saying that because the authors of the Bible were fallible, they could not infallibly record God's Word. In other words, the Bible is not accurate, infallible, inerrant.

CNN Article - How The Ultimate Scandal Saved One Pastor - By John Blake

Founder - Pro-love.org

Founder/Organizer - the Communion of Christ-Consciousness (CCC) - to facilitate an open dialog between spiritual leaders from DIFFERENT streams... The second annual gathering was held in November, 2010 featuring, Jim Swilley, Carlton Pearson, Harold Lovelace, David Alexander, Jon Scott, Sharieff Muhammad, Anthony Muhammad, Wanda Nero Butler, Phil Stutzman, Grover Favors, and John Lewis (not the legislator).

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Redefining the Megachurch - Keeping it real and keeping them coming: the legacy of Donnie Earl Paulk - By Mara Shalhoup

Article - 7 Characteristics of false Teachers - By Thomas Brooks  (1608-1680)

Blog Post - A Closer Look Into The Mind Of Neph-son Donnie Earl Paulk - By I'm Speaking Truth

Blog Post - D.E. Paulk Has Officially Lost His Mind By I'm Speaking Truth


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