As Apprising Ministries has told you, James MacDonald and Mark Driscoll are responsible for opening wider the door into the mainstream of Christendom for Word Faith mogul T.D. Jakes with Elephant Room 2.

What’s forgotten is that both MacDonald and Driscoll were willing to alienate their brothers at the Gospel Coalition in order to do so. And I’ve also pointed out MacDonald even went on an offensive defending Jakes.

I also showed you James MacDonald went on Chris Fabry Live, and elsewhere, clearly implying that in further discussions with T.D. Jakes now the WF prosperity preacher has even been moving away from that camp.

Ah, I don’t think so; sorry about that chief. Consider the evidence from ER 2′S T.D. Jakes Praising Paul And Jan Crouch On TBN 7-10-12 and ER 2′s T.D. Jakes, Pastrix Paula White & His Upcoming Woman Thou Art Loosed.

Some say, “Ok, but what’s this really got to to with T.D. Jakes? Isn’t this guilt-by-asscoiation?” No, it’s not. This is actually guilt by endorsement, e.g. WF Pastrix Paula White: As Paul Is To Timothy, So T.D. Jakes Is To Me.

White made that statement at the shindig for T.D. Jakes celebrating his 35th year in ministry; and just look who was also in attendance:

Kathy and James MacDonald

Here’s what many people are just not getting: 1) T.D. Jakes is responsible for shaping the WF doctrine of pastrix Paula White, which means 2) this reflects directly back upon Jakes because White is a vivid example of his fruit.

That understood, now let’s look at the below tweet today from Jakes’ spiritual daughter:


NDCC is short for New Destiny Christian Center where pastrix Paula White now holds court. ((, accessed 7/12/12.)) Concerning this upcoming Prayer Summit, the so-called:


You’ll notice Danso is billed as “also a son of Archbishop Duncan-Williams, the other name mentioned in pastrix Paula’s tweet above. Our “Archbishop” is:


Well now, look who else is in “association with” Nicolas Duncan-Williams; none other than ER 2’s T.D. Jakes:


Known affectionately as “Papa” Duncan-Williams is also involved with something called Action Chapel International and is likely another “trinitarian-modalist” a la T.D. Jakes:


I’ll leave you, for now, with the below appearance by “Archbishop” Nicolas Duncan-Williams on TBN’s Praise the Lord program hosted by WF flake “Prophetess” Juanita Bynum. The clip begins during a time of howling prayer.

About 1:5o in the Prophetess makes the lemon face and then introduces our Archbishop who exalts the works of Bynum which, if his conduct during “prayer time” didn’t tip you off, should raise a flag of the deepest crimson.

No genuine man of God would be fooled by Bynum’s show, yet our Archbishop clearly is enamored with the Prophetess. He tells us of the many miracles he’s been involved with; apparently including resurrections.

The Archbishop will then begin talking about how in WF mythology human beings have to reach out into the spirit world with their prayer in order to bring the spiritual into the natural world, which is God’s will:

At 9:28 Duncan-Wiliams reveals that the pathetic WF god:

can do nothing for humanity until somebody prays. It is illegal; please hear me, it is illegal, and it is unlawful for god to act among humanity without [human] intercession.

Now the reason is, he give the (unintelligible) to man; and man through high treason give it to Satan.

So Satan, 2 Corinthians 4:4, is the god of this world. That explain all the mess going on.

That, in a nutshell, is the foundation of WF mythology. It’s rooted in the what was known as New Thought until E.W. Kenyon brought it across into Christendom where Kenneth “Dad” Hagin would then “borrow” it.

But this is for another time. Suffice here to say that we’re not talking about the God of the Bible. After explaining why we need “power” to help the powerless WF god our Archbishop really shifts into T.D. Jakes overdrive.

Watch as Duncan-Williams rolls on into decreeing and declaring, breaking generational curses, and commanding demons, to really work up the ol’ TBN faithful:

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