A Short Statement in Response to the Manhattan Declaration

by Mr. Ralph Ovadal, pastor, Pilgrims Covenant Church

November 23, 2009

A Short Statement in Response to the Manhattan Declaration

The Manhattan Declaration is an ungodly manifesto, contemptuous of the blood and righteousness of the Lord Jesus Christ. It is an ecumenical treatise, complete with a Romish gospel and shot through and through with popish error. Those evangelicals who have authored this document and who have led the way in signing it show themselves to be in rebellion to God. It is, in their case, a brazen manifesto of treason against the Lord Jesus Christ. And they are not friends but rather are enemies of Christian liberty in that they disobey and provoke the Author of liberty with their spiritual fornication, even wresting His word and corrupting His blood-bought church. It is the biblical duty of all faithful Christian pastors to stand against the evangelical authors of the Manhattan Declaration and all evangelicals who sign it or promote it in any way. Such betrayers of Christ and His church must be separated from and called to account by all faithful Christian ministers and people.

Ralph Ovadal, Pastor of Pilgrims Covenant Church, Monroe, Wisconsin, http://www.pccmonroe.org/

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Sermon by Mr. Ralph Ovadal, pastor, Pilgrims Covenant Church
www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?sermonID=1123091212334
“A Rebuke of the Manhattan Declaration Signers”
Sunday, November 22, 2009


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Manhattan Declaration
http://www.manhattandeclaration.com/

Manhattan Declaration signatories (167) [ a/o November 27, 2009 ]
http://demossnews.com/manhattandeclaration/press_kit/manhattan_declaration_signers

173,022 signatures in support [ a/o November 27, 2009 ]

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