A few months ago, an angry guest responded to our article, “Evidence That Bishop Carlton Pearson Is Wrong About Inclusion”. We assumed it was First Lady Gina Pearson, Bishop Carlton Pearson himself or just an addicted follower of his new church in Chicago, Illinois, Christ Universal Temple. The person never gave a name, but they sounded so personal, shouting in words that they did not appreciate us pointing out Bishop Carlton Pearson acting so arrogant on the video our journalists revealed. Then, they typed repeatedly, “you’re arrogant! Who are you calling arrogant! How dare you go against the Gospel of Inclusion! How dare you say you love God and believe in hell!” The response was so immature, we decided not to give them any press. However, our round table of journalists decided to bring up the subject again, because if someone was that angry, this means that Bishop Carlton Pearson is being worshiped as though he is the Messiah, when really all he is, is a replica of Rev. Jim Jones, the so-called man of God who poisoned over 900 people with Kool-Aid, after taking them to Guyana. It is very insane that a person responds as if Bishop Carlton Pearson has the last say and all of the scriptures that reveal fire and brimstone is irrelevant and obsolete when it comes to preaching God’s Word.
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Bishop Carlton Pearson believes that there is no hell. This article is to show you he is wrong and needs to step down as a minister, because similar to Rev. Jim Jones of People’s Temple, he is leading people into the depths of hell. Bishop Carlton Pearson, an extremely arrogant graduate of Oral Roberts University who will not let people forget he was born into the COGIC (Church of God in Christ) denomination like a lot of other well known ministers or gospel artists. After Carlton Pearson come out as a believer of the inclusion doctrine, a lot of his members of Higher Dimensions Church, (which was based in Tulsa Oklahoma) must have been really saved because they left and refused to follow him. He was not as arrogant us usual when he moved into this very small Presbyterian facility to continue his ministry. He appeared extremely humiliated while speaking to his small congregation and complained in front of millions on 20/20 that he was very offended that he not only lost a lot of church members, but a lot of his friends of mega ministries (Isn’t this something a real man of God would not be wasting time fretting over? Popularity should be irrelevant in the Kingdom of God.)