Outrage as professor criticises Christmas story claiming God impregnated Virgin Mary with out consent

Outrage as professor criticises Christmas story claiming God impregnated Virgin Mary with out consent

A PROFESSOR sparked outrage after he accused God of getting the Virgin Mary pregnant with out her consent. Eric Sprankle slammed the Biblical story

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A PROFESSOR sparked outrage after he accused God of getting the Virgin Mary pregnant with out her consent.

Eric Sprankle slammed the Biblical story, claiming the Christian deity was “predatory”.

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Professor Eric Sprankle accused God for getting the Virgin Mary pregnant ‘with out her consent’[/caption]

The tutorial – affiliate professor of Medical Psychology and Sexuality Research at Minnesota State College – made the stunning claims on Twitter.

He wrote: “The virgin beginning story is about an all-knowing, all {powerful} deity impregnating a human teen.

“There isn’t a definition of consent that would come with that state of affairs.”

Sprankle is an obvious Satanist, together with his Twitter biography together with the phrase “Hail Devil” in Latin.

He has additionally posted photographs of Satanic decorations gracing his dwelling – whereas additionally complaining in regards to the lack of Satanic teams on his college’s campus.

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The tutorial stated the virgin beginning story ‘is about an all-knowing, omnipotent deity impregnating a human teen’[/caption]

Sprankle’s claims had been blasted by commentator Mark Steyn on Fox Information.

He stated that 50 years in the past, Sprankle’s “shallow banality” can be one thing heard coming from a “drunk undergrad at three within the morning.”

He stated that Sprankle mainly stated God instructed Mary to “come again to his pad” whereas singing the Dean Martin traditional “Child, It’s Chilly Outdoors” and telling her to “put some data on whereas I pour.”

Sprankle’s feedback additionally enraged different Twitter customers.

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One posted: “Does it make extra logical sense to consider what you’re saying or to consider that the infinite and all-knowing God of the universe deliberately selected somebody who he knew would think about it a blessing and be comfortable to agree?”

One other wrote: “Eric, your entire story entails Mary’s consent, and wouldn’t have occurred with out it. The superb a part of the story is God’s request for her consent (it was required!). A part of the rationale Mary is commemorated is that her keen ‘sure’ to God’s request ends in our salvation.”


However Sprankle was fast to hit again at his critics.

He tweeted: “The biblical god commonly punished disobedience.

“The ability distinction (deity vs mortal) and the potential for violence for saying ‘no’ negates her ‘sure’. To place somebody on this place is an unethical abuse of energy at greatest and grossly predatory at worst.”


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