Rob Bell is allegedly accused of taking a thousand people with me from Mars Hill Bible Church. However, we feel people are not property and there is no such of thing as a pastor stealing members. People can make up there mind where they want to be, they are not church property, meaning they are not slaves.
According to ChristianPost.com, when asked about the suggestion that Mars Hill Bible Church was once home to about 10,000 people, Pastor Dobson insisted that the figure was not accurate.
Like in the alleged case with Paula White before she took over Zachary Tims church, she allegedly accused a pastor in the Tampa area of taking some of her members, which is false. No pastor has the right to accuse another pastor of doing such a thing, people are not property and their tithes and offerings belong to God. Read it for yourself here, if you never knew about White's previous lawsuit.
Rob Bell's 'Love Wins' Nudged 1,000 People to Leave Mars Hill Bible Church, Says Michigan Megachurch Successor
By Nicola Menzie , Christian Post ReporterMars Hill Bible Church, the congregation founded by author Rob Bell, lost about 1,000 people over their former pastor's controversial 2011 book, Love Wins: A Book about Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived, according to the Grandville, Mich., megachurch's new pastor Kent Dobson.
Dobson was chosen by Mars Hill Bible Church in 2012 to replace Bell, who founded the...Read full article, here.
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