Radio host John Gormley takes on authoritarian pastor Keith Johnson

A few weeks ago one of our popular radio hosts here in Saskatoon aired a segment about a woman who had her kids kicked out of a private Christian school run by her church.  You can listen to it here.  She and a number of those called in described the church as manipulative and controlling.

Keith Johnson responded in his sermon.

John Gormley responds to Keith Johnson

  1. #1 by Bene D on July 8, 2011 - 9:18 pm

    Oh my. Keith Johnson has issues, doesn’t he?

    “It wouldn’t do any good…it wouldn’t do any good…it wouldn’t do any good…”
    It’s the scoffers/critics with the problem, not us, see I have bible verses. We’re fine, they are the ones who poison us.

    Is anyone in the pews getting a clue? They don’t shut up and toe the line, they’ll be poison.

    I’m Godly and I can mock people I’ve hurt.

    Don’t listen! Lalalalala…they are like vomit!
    Shun them!

    I’m a saint, I spent years trying to help that lady, people laid down their lives, she’s not redeemable,
    I preach God’s word and God’s word can’t be silenced, ego, I can’t be silenced. Pfft.

    You know what was scary LT? All the giggles and murmurs of approval from the congregation. This is called shooting the wounded and it’s ugly stuff.

  2. #2 by scotty on July 12, 2011 - 11:35 am

    This turns my stomach. Yeah, just pull out a couple of verses from proverbs and you’re okay. Anyone who questions, criticizes or expresses the pain they have felt from any leader is pure poison. I guess it’s true in a sense: they’re poison to the potential of a church leader maintaining their position. God forbid that anyone think for themselves. Why hasn’t the “Christian Centre” built a mile high wall around themselves by now to avoid contamination?
    Good for this lady to get out while she did before her children get any more buggered up.

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