Hillcrest Baptist Church Lebanon Tennessee I Am Confused (Take 2)



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Here we go a perfect example of why I cannot find a church around me, I was told his church was politically incorrect so it got my attention and I attended the morning service which I found quite interesting and inspiring, no sooner then I got to my pickup truck I had found someone had called the police to observe me while I was working on my radio in the parking lot. Now to be honest I did have reservations when the head pastor did not like to make eye contact when I tried to talk to him. But I decided to attend the evening service to which seemed to go quite well and was a general service talking about one or two verses in Daniel and skipping around picking out other verses in the Bible. So a day went by and I thought I would write the pastor a letter expressing my views and concerns and asking questions about his church. Below is the exact e-mail you will also notice I was asked not to attend any more. I will continue my search for a Church

Dear David
I am very strongly pre-tribulation rapture and preach it very hard nor will allow other views to be taught here. My stands on the Bible and for the truth are well known and fundamental and my political stands are very well known and strong.
“The US Constitution is not the inspired Word of God” with and I am very much aware of our dark condition and keep up with it. I am aware of all the things you mentioned. I stand very strongly on the Word of God and have studied it for 35 years and I love this Church and will fight for it if necessary to see it continue to reach the lost.
You probably need to move on because here you are not among our flocks direction. I do not like a man to show up at a Church one time and think he demands to be heard so if you can’t hear and only want to e heard Hillcrest is not the place for you. This is the Lord Jesus Christ Church and I am the Pastor who leads it the best I possibly can.
Sincerely
Pastor Glenn Denton
From: David Sarti
Sent: Tuesday, July 09, 2013 4:54 PM

Cc: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]
Subject: My Church membership concerns?
Dear Pastor Glenn Denton
I enjoyed the Sunday service and you hit many subjects right on the head, I noticed that you had no problem calling out the Obama’s for their promotion of anti-Christian agendas. However you failed to enumerate those agendas like the baby killing and Pro sodomite movements. I also wonder how you feel about our local elected officials that also promote the same agendas? Our two Tennessee Senators have voted with Obama on several occasions Senator and ex-governor Lamar Alexander has turned into a big government politician and me being new to the church I do not know if you also speak against these state and local politicians? Personally from my studies the Holy Spirit has opened my eyes to the evils that surround me at a more local level.
Before I commit to joining a church I have fundamental questions. First is the Sabbath day, I have no problem with Sunday church services as long as the Sabbath day is acknowledged as being the seventh day of the week, for I believe Jesus also said to keep his father’s commandments.
Secondly I have found many churches that are preaching pre-tribulation rapture are confusing the tribulations with the wrath of God of which the seven trumpets commence the wrath. This also leads many church goers to not prepare themselves for the many natural disasters that befall our country and our ever increasing as the end times approach. I feel this is an extremely dangerous doctrine and we must inform the public to make preparations for disaster. In our area the new Madrid fault when it does go will cause our area to be trampled with people fleeing West Tennessee, the millions that live on the other side of the Tennessee River including Jackson Tennessee and Memphis will all head our way. And we will not go unscathed because there are many older crumbling brick buildings that will fall and our power grid will fail for weeks at a time. Pre-tribulation rapture teaching has many churchgoers thinking they will not have to endure any hardships.
Thirdly in my Bible you will also find a copy of the United States Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. Have you ever preached the black robed Regiment? If not here is a link to a video of a preacher preaching a sermon on the black robed Regiment.
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Here is a another preacher you may find interesting this is a Jewish rabbi that has converted to Christianity. Supreme Court’s Gay Marriage Agenda ( )
And last but not least here is a video exposing many of the demonic imagery that your young members of the church are currently watching on music television. ( )

The Israelites: White Church Comes To Feed JC Napier Projects Set On Fire



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The Israelites: Young Man Holds Fast To Instuction (Clarksville, Tn)



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The Israelites: The White Man Didn’t Write The Bible (Clarksville, TN)



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LeShawn Daniel sings “I Won’t Complain” at Mt. Lebanon Church | Louisville, KY



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LeShawn Daniel sings at Mt. Lebanon Church | “I Won’t Complain” – Louisville, KY

Kindred Aesthetics: Mount Lebanon Shaker Village, Ellsworth Kelly & Jack Shear



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The Shaker movement in America was founded by Ann Lee, a member of a religious sect near Manchester, England, that prophesized the imminent second appearance of Christ on earth. They were referred to as “Shaking Quakers” due to their ecstatic movements during worship.

Ann Lee immigrated to America in 1774, and with a small, devoted group of followers preached that the transformation and judgment of the world had begun.

In 1787, three years after Ann’s death, her followers established their first communal village at Mount Lebanon, New York, which until 1947 was the central authority governing the Shaker movement in America.

The Shaker Church formed nineteen cloistered communities, throughout New England and the Midwest, designed to practice perfection on earth, based on early Christian principles of shared property, celibacy, direct revelation and public confession of sin. A small community continues at Sabbathday Lake, Maine.

In August 2011, the artists Ellsworth Kelly and Jack Shear shared their views on Shaker design and architecture with David Stocks and Jerry Grant of the Shaker Museum and Library, Old Chatham, New York.

This 17-minute film beautifully documents their exchanges, richly enhanced with archival photos of Shaker life and architecture and a variety of Ellsworth Kelly’s and Jack Shear’s work.

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© 2011 Checkerboard Film Foundation & Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon
COLOR, 17 MINUTES
YEAR PRODUCED: 2011
PRODUCERS:
Edgar B. Howard
David Stocks
DIRECTORS:
Tom Piper
Edgar B. Howard