Jewish CNN Host Jake Tapper Uses Scripture to Rebuke Pastor Greg Locke for Calling Stormy Daniels a ‘Hooker’

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Jewish CNN host Jake Tapper rebuked controversial internet preacher Greg Locke with the gospel of Luke Monday for dismissing porn star and director Stormy Daniels as a “hooker.” 

Locke, who leads the Global Vision Bible Church in Tennessee, tweeted to his audience just hours before Daniels detailed her alleged affair with President Donald Trump on “60 Minutes” Sunday night saying: “The funny thing is @realDonaldTrump is still the President and she’s still a hooker. #StormyDanielsDay.”

The controversial tweet which has racked up some 19,000 comments caught Tapper’s attention Monday morning. He replied on Twitter to the Tennessee preacher quoting Jesus’ response to a former prostitute in Luke 7.

“A woman in that town who lived a sinful life learned that Jesus was eating at the Pharisee’s house, so she came there with an alabaster jar of perfume. As she stood behind him at his feet weeping, she began to wet his feet with her tears,” he began, quoting verse 37.

Tapper then quoted the entire text of Jesus’ response to the ex-prostitutes down to verse 49 when Jesus tells her, “Your faith has saved you; go in peace.”

Apparently unbothered by Tapper’s rebuke, Locke replied: “Great passage for sure. He changed her life by love and grace. She didn’t continue living in it and then get on national television to garner more attention for her nonsense. Context is key. The fact is, you hate my support of Trump w/out a Bible.”

Tapper quickly shot back at Locke and digging a bit deeper into his criticism of the pastor noting: “I have complete indifference to your feelings about any politician. But you might want to reconsider a refresher course. Hint: the passage is not ‘hey, go throw stones!'”

Pastor Locke has recently been battling public criticism from fundamentalist Christian groups who believe he should not be preaching due to his chaotic private life.

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Source: Christian Post