|Jack Schaap arrogant response to the 20/20 program, and his enabling Elders snickering in the background|
Schaap states with pride that he was quoting the word of God, and yet if you listen to what he said during the program? None of it came from the bible at all.
You see I'm don't take my theology from a woman ISN'T in the bible. Telling women they better look like they did when they got married, and don't allow themselves to get fat? Its not in the bible either.
His response to the 20/20 program is defensiveness, and something the program pointed out. You don't question nor criticize your pastor. He can't throw 20/20 out of the church, and so instead Schaap decided to proudly rage in church instead.
He basically proved the point of the show, and I don't think he even realized it. The attitude they spoke of is right there for the world to see.
He was so comfortable with what he say - he told video locations throughout the internet to pull down his response due to copyright infringements. lol okay then!
You don't take down videos of you justifying yourself to your congregation if you sleep well at night with what you said. You don't take down videos of yourself saying, "Hallelujah God's word is getting out!" of you really MEAN IT!
You notice the elders in the background with smiles and grins on their faces? It shows to the world their acceptance of the venom he throws at others, and their pandering to his hatred. He admits he is arrogant, and basically tells others if you don't like OH WELL!
I have recently seen the Jack Schaap video up again on the internet. You can search for it, but I decided to post his transcript of the video response to 20/20.
Jack Schaap Transcript - response to 20/20 broadcast:
ABC news called me this week and said "We heard that you believe that men should be in charge of their wives"
I said, "No sir, I didn't say that. I said God said that. He said husbands are the head of the wife."
I said, "You got a problem with what I said when I'm quoting the Bible, then maybe you should take it up with God."
He said, "Do you think that's appropriate?"
I said, "Son, anything God says is appropriate. I think you better get that straight right now."
I never apologise for standing where God stands. I never worry standing where God stands. Somebody says, "You know what they are going to say about you?"
Pffft, who cares?
Stand in line, pick a number, slob!
Get you little squirt gun out and squirt away.
Bigger things to worry about. Heaven, Hell, life, death.
"Not bothered what people say about you?"
"Not at all. If they're quoting me while I am quoting the Bible, Hallelujah God's word is getting out!"
Don't you ever worry about your pastor being rattled, or worried, or unsettled, or unnerved. I sleep fine.
Too many people worried about ... uh uh ... somebody the other day asked me... they uh.... this reporter he said "I heard that you ..."
"That it would be a cold day in Hell before you get your theology from a woman."
He said "Don't you think that's kind of think that's demeaning to the genders?"
I said, "Ask Adam what he thought about getting his theology from a woman."
I said, "It damned the whole world. The reason your sorry soul is going to Hell is because a woman told Adam what God thinks about things."
He says, "You're pretty strong about what you believe."
I said, "Not half as strong as what God knows you ought to believe."
I wouldn't get theology from a woman. I don't mind if mamma teaches the kids, I don't mind a strong lady, and a wise woman, and a gracious godly woman, that follows the lesson and teaching of the pastor.
Hey all you listening to me right now, I still believe it would be a cold day in Hell before i get my theology from a woman. I'm a preacher. Wasn't called papa sin(?).
No woman ever got me involved in ministry. I didn't follow a woman into ministry. A woman didn't write this book. No woman wrote the scriptures right here. A man wrote the Bible -- got it from God. A man hung on the cross. His name is Jesus Christ and God called a man to lead the church here. Hey! I'm glad I'm a man!
So many of you got nervous. Saw the preacher on the news. Praise the Lord the word of God is being quoted. More than some of you're doing about getting the word of god out.
I don't care about being politically correct. I don't care who it hair lips. I don't care if it bothers everybody from the White House, or the old man sitting in the out house. I wanna know what's going on in the church house, and I'm the messenger of the church.
What I say is more important that what the news reporter thinks I ought to say. God didn't call him to tell me what to do, and God didn't call anybody else either. You know, if that's arrogant, so be it!
The problem is the truth of the scriptures here.
I wonder if Jesus approves of him coming across as a Bully? Do you think such a man would be a safe person to go to if you were experiencing sexual abuse or domestic violence within your home?
The man is the poster child for Misogynist Patriarchy.
He basically endorsed their message of abusive leadership, and his pride won't allow him to be humbled in the least. His elders are basically enabling him and they smile and scream out AMEN!
Sadly, he is a great example of why people look to them as entitled narcissists. Jack Schaap speaks at the colleges, and schools. Then they tell the world that isn't what they stand for.
Schaap was also more concerned about what people thought of the presentation on 20/20 then about the abuses the program spoke about.
Tina Anderson and the others spoke about the bulls in the China Shop. He basically confirmed it for many.
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