Pastor Steven L Anderson, who founded the Faithful Word Baptist Church in 2005, in Arizona, USA, was set to deliver a sermon in Dublin on May 26 as part of a short tour of Europe.
Pastor Steven Anderson is an odd collection of bad ideas, failed ideologies and overwhelming ignorance all combining in the same place and time in one human body. Anderson is the person you may remember who, as he was denying that Hitler’s Holocaust actually happened, also said that the Jews who survived to tell their horrific stories were all ‘paid lairs‘ trying to make the poor, misunderstood Nazis look bad. He also celebrated when those 50 gays died in an Islamic terror attack in an Orlando nightclub back in 2016. In short, he’s a nut job who will say and do anything to get the attention he so desperately craves. You can read more about him here.
“A wonderful and horrible thing is committed in the land; The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their means; and my people love to have it so: and what will ye do in the end thereof?” Jeremiah 5:30,31 (KJV)
This man Steven Anderson, this fraud, does not represent the bible, does not understand the bible, and he does not speak on behalf of Christians. He is a loud-mouthed, effeminate sounding, shrill-voiced bully who is in love with the sound of his own voice and speaks lies. In addition to being banned from Ireland, he was also banned from South Africa, the United Kingdom, and later deported from Botswana. Anderson was denied entry to Canada on November 10 2017, and later banned from entering Jamaica last year. He was banned from visiting the Netherlands this month. One can only hope that he will shortly be banned from the United States as well, and sent to a country that’ll appreciate him like North Korea or Cuba.
Steven Anderson started his YouTube career not by preaching, as one would expect a pastor to do, but by taunting border patrol guards to taze him so he could ‘create a buzz’ with some clickbait shock theater. This is the caliber of man we are talking about here. Think of a slightly more disreputable Alex Jones, and no surprise, the two of them are buddies. You can watch the video of Anderson staging his ‘video for views’ at the bottom of this article. It’s pathetic.
A few months ago, it was brought to my attention that Anderson had singled out NTEB in one of his ‘bible teaching’ videos on YouTube, you can watch it here. In that video, Anderson puts on full display his failed post-tribulationist, non-rightly dividing theology showing he cannot understand the difference between the Rapture of the Church and the Second Coming. The specific article of ours that he couldn’t understand is called The Bible Believers Guide To Understanding The Differences Between The Rapture Of The Church And The Second Coming. In response to his video post, I challenged him to a public debate on the timing of the Rapture, the Second Coming and the Battle of Armageddon, and as of yet have had no response. If you know ‘pastor’ Anderson, please tell him I am still waiting.
US pastor who prayed for Obama’s death and celebrated Orlando gay club massacre becomes the first person banned from Ireland
FROM MSN: The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan, has signed an exclusion order ‘with immediate effect under Section 4 of the Immigration Act 1999 in respect of Mr Steven Anderson, aka Pastor Steven L Anderson’.
The Minister said: ‘I have signed the exclusion order under my executive powers in the interests of public policy.’
The Department has the power to make such orders under the Immigration Act 1999. LGBT Ireland tweeted their support for the decision on Monday morning, thanking the Minister for his decision, saying: ‘We are very thankful for your decision today to ban Steven Anderson from Ireland.’
Steven Anderson’s church website introduces itself saying: ‘Don’t expect anything contemporary or liberal. We are an old-fashioned, independent, fundamental, King James Bible only, soul-winning Baptist church.’
A list of sermons available have titles such as: ‘The Homo Agenda vs Reality’, ‘Iceland: a Nation of Bastards’ and ‘Queer Sounding Music & Skinny Jeans’.
In one sermon, which was uploaded to YouTube, Pastor Anderson claimed God had ordered in the scriptures that gay people should be killed, and that if humanity wanted to have an ‘Aids-free world by Christmas’ that is what should be done.
In another YouTube video, the pastor claimed he prayed for the death of then-US president Barack Obama.
After 49 people were killed in a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Mr Anderson told his audience the victims ‘deserved to die in the shooting’. A petition launched on Change.org over four months ago calling for the ban garnered over 14,000 signatures.
The petition organiser said: ‘Steven Anderson is a Holocaust-denier, Islamophobe and anti-LGBTQ+ extremist who is scheduled to preach in Dublin, Ireland on May 26 2019, possibly in an attempt to get people to change their minds on last year’s abortion referendum.
‘This petition is for the people to show that they want Pastor Steven Anderson banned from entering the Republic of Ireland.’
In September 2016, Mr Anderson was banned from South Africa, the United Kingdom, and later deported from Botswana. Anderson was denied entry to Canada on November 10 2017, and later banned from entering Jamaica last year. He was banned from visiting the Netherlands this month. READ MORE
Steven Anderson’s Holocaust Denial Part 1
This is the first part of 6 videos answering Steven Anderson’s holocaust denial video and beliefs. A Part 2 and Part 3 follow on YouTube please make sure to watch all 3.
Watch As Steven Anderson Taunts Border Patrol To Make YouTube Video
First Anderson taunts the border patrol, defies their orders, then cries like a little girl when they smash his windows in.
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