Daniel Whyte III says that due to the compromise of the church on the issue of homosexuality and lesbianism down through the years which came about due to the church compromising on divorce and remarriage for years, eventually, the U.S. government and the nations of Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram will say that Christianity is not compatible with their platforms. Contrary to what T.D. Jakes said in a recent artiicle that we got from the Christian Post, it is not really how you package your message, it’s who you represent — Jesus Christ and His message of the Cross, which is still hated by the world because it includes dying for all sin, including fornication, adultery, and homosexuality. Remember, Jesus Christ died for sin. Should we continue in sin? God forbid. By the way if you didn’t try to help T.B. Joshua get back on YouTube, don’t try to help Metaxas because the truth is all preachers are seen as the same as far as they are concerned.
Christian author Eric Metaxas has had his show kicked off YouTube for violating its content restrictions in what the program’s producer described as a “hatchetjob.”
Mr. Metaxas, author of bestselling biographies on theologians Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Martin Luther, said that “The Eric Metaxas Radio Show” channel was banned permanently for violating YouTube’s community guidelines.
A second channel, “Eric Metaxas,” which posts primarily his television appearances and has 4,500 subscribers, is still active. His radio show can still be accessed on Rumble.
“I’m all hopped up. I’m crazy because I got knocked off of YouTube permanently,” Mr. Metaxas said during his Tuesday show on Rumble. “People don’t realize it — this is a huge financial hit, but you know what, it’s because we’re over the target.”
He said the show, which had 215,000 subscribers, tried to avoid running afoul of YouTube by removing some content.
“We even took down everything that we thought might offend them in the Communist Party, and they still knocked us off totally,” Mr. Metaxas said. “They didn’t just take us off for two weeks or something. It’s an extraordinary thing. We’re living through strange times.”
FINALLY… Youtube decided that because we violated their "community standards" my show has been entirely kicked off their platform. In related news, the CCP and the North Korean govt don't like our videos. So would you PLEASE subscribe to us on @Rumble?https://t.co/vIs0Pn4nFq
— Eric Metaxas (@ericmetaxas) June 1, 2021
The move follows the removal this year of prominent conservative channels run by former White House senior adviser Sebastian Gorka and LifeSite News.
The conservative Media Research Center’s Newsbusters called the Metaxas show “just the latest casualty of Big Tech censoring views they don’t like.”
Chris Himes, the show’s digital media producer, said the channel was banned after receiving three strikes in a 90-day period, the latest for an April interview with lockdown critic Naomi Wolf, which YouTube said “violates our medical misinformation policy.”
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Source: Washington Times
Televangelist TB Joshua is in trouble again.
The controversial church leader’s YouTube account was suspended after he ‘cured’ a woman of her ‘affections’ towards other women.
In the service, which was aired on YouTube before it was taken down, the Synagogue Church of All Nations leader is seen prophesying over Mary Okoye’s life.
He said a spirit that had entered her body.
“There is a spirit disturbing you. She has transplanted herself into you. It is a spirit of a woman into you,” he says in the video.
“Deliverance in Jesus’ name,” he shouts as Mary falls to the ground after several touches and slaps from the leader.
In another separate video, on a different day, Mary and her family went back to the church to give a testimony.
“From a tender age I have always been masculine. The spirit grew in me. I tried fighting the spirit with my physical strength. That is why I came to the synagogue to seek deliverance. The spirit destroyed my life,” she says in front of thousands of church attendees. Mary testified that she was now in touch with my feminine side.
“You are saying that right now your affection is towards the right direction?” he asks Mary, who nods.
OpenDemocracy claimed it is behind the closure of TB Joshua’s YouTube account. “Between 2016 and January 2020, the channel posted at least seven similar clips showing the charismatic Christian televangelist engaging in violent exorcism,” they said in a statement.
TB Joshua has been carrying on with his church services in Nigeria despite the suspension of his channel, Emmanuel TV on YouTube. The channel had almost 2 million subscribers.
“What happened is a blessing. I want you to help me pray for Youtube,” he said in response to the shutdown during a church gathering where congregants were receiving ‘new anointing water and a sticker’.