Más sobre Eva Núñez

Por lo menos tengo que darle crédito por apoyar el matrimonio tradicional.

Pero todavía tiene preocupaciones acerca de sus posiciones en otros temas.


Comments

  1. Porque es este post no es in ingles?

  2. The woman is running back and forth, blurting and pointing the microphone like a third-rate daytime Venezuelan talk show host getting the audience psyched for the cooking demo.

    The “Reverand” … what?

  3. young patriot says

    @wanumba

    1) Technically, you cannot blurt a microphone. You moron.

    2) She is at a rally. What do speakers do at a rally? They get the individuals who are at the rally pumped for whatever cause they may be there to support. This speaker is doing just that. She is getting people pumped for the cause–a very important cause at that!

    3) This REVEREND, if you’re going to leave a comment please learn how to spell, is supporting a cause that is beneficial for the community. This is exactly what ordained ministers are rightfully obligated to do. So what if she is enthusiastic? So what if she is excited about the cause? So what if she is “getting the audience psyched”? Is it wrong for a Reverend to do this? Are you insinuating that a Reverend is supposed to conduct her/himself in a dull, lifeless manner at such an event?

  4. Antifederalist says

    I think part of Wanumba’s questions still haven’t been answered. He asked where she got a degree in divinity, if any. I read that “Iglesia para las Naciones” associates itself with the Assembly of God. Googleing “Church of the Nations”, you can find their beliefs listed on their home page. There’s some text that leads me to suspect, as does Wanumba, I guess, that she hasn’t attended any divinity school. From (http://www.churchofthenations.com/236802.ihtml) “An important New Testament teaching is “the priesthood of all believers.” All Spirit-filled believers in a local assembly should be prompted by the Spirit to minister to or edify the rest of the body in some way.”

    Since none of her bios list where she went to school, and until Nunez or her flunkies disclose where she went to school, I’m led to believe the Assembly of God ordains lay worshipers as “Reverends”.

    It’s just utterly clear that this woman is entirely pro-illegal.

  5. A lot of complaining about trivialities and no illumination.

    Antifederalist gets it without any need for further explanation.

    Now, as for exciting congregations, that isn’t Biblical. And frankly, from the tepid audience response, “excited” isn’t the word anyway. She’s too frantic and isn’t connecting to the auddience at all.

    It’s a great test of a church quality. Just sit outside. If the congregation leaves all jacked, there’s something wrong. If they leave quiet and peacefully calm, then it’s good.

  6. We recently were handed a card from the Sedona-based, “(Rev) Dr. Skydancing Desert Porpoise.”
    Her message she preached was that water was bad for us. Her epiphany which she revealed was that … JUICE was what we should be drinking.
    Don’t even try. It’s bad for the brain synopses to linger on all that for too long.

    So, the wanumba home policy is always, “Trust, but verify.”

  7. Weird. Here is a woman — pro-family, pro-marriage — bringing unschooled people to God. And people are questioning her credientials? I’m not enough of a Bible scholar to find the citation, but I know there’s scripture that is directly on point — people don’t need to have a degree or the approval of the church heirarchy to preach the Lord’s word. Criticize her politics all you want, but going after her faith is in really, really bad taste. Sounds like something secular liberals would do.

  8. Having lived many years in Latin America, I found Eva’s preaching style very typical and consider the criticisms thereof to be off base. Her message in the video clip regarding marriage was right on as well as her observation that many politicians want the Hispanic vote while opposing traditional Hispanic values.

  9. ……………..
    Bill Says:
    April 23rd, 2010 at 3:07 pm
    Weird. Here is a woman — pro-family, pro-marriage — bringing unschooled people to God. And people are questioning her credientials? I’m not enough of a Bible scholar to find the citation, but I know there’s scripture that is directly on point
    ………….

    “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only he who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and in your name drive out demons and perform many miracles?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!’

    — Matthew 7:21

  10. “wanumba Says:
    April 23rd, 2010 at 9:12 am

    The woman is running back and forth, blurting and pointing the microphone like a third-rate daytime Venezuelan talk show host getting the audience psyched for the cooking demo.”

    LOL! Do you watch third rate Venezuelan talk shows? If not how do you make a comparison like that?

  11. @ wanumba

    “Now, as for exciting congregations, that isn’t Biblical.”

    Listen carefully, wanumba. I want you to waddle over to your Bible. Blow the dust off it (You obviously don’t read it). Open to and read Psalms 118:15:

    “Shouts and joy of victory resound in the tents of the righteous: “The Lord’s right hand has done mighty things!””

    Sounds like God’s people are pretty excited to me! And hey! It’s in the Bible. Hmm. Look at that.

    I know Eve Nunez personally and she has nothing but compassion for the poor, orphan, and widow alike. These are the people who can’t speak for themselves and she has dedicated her life to speaking for them.

    When you insult and attack such a woman of class and integrity, it speaks volumes about who you are as a person. So you better stick that forked tongue back in your mouth.

  12. “Antifederalist Says:
    April 23rd, 2010 at 12:42 pm

    I think part of Wanumba’s questions still haven’t been answered. He asked where she got a degree in divinity, if any. I read that “Iglesia para las Naciones” associates itself with the Assembly of God. Googleing “Church of the Nations”, you can find their beliefs listed on their home page.”

    LOL! Wrong Church! Google harder! It’s not Church OF the Nations. It’s Church FOR The Nations!

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