Antoinette L. Brown
Of All Women Preachers
Antoinette L. Brown, Circa 1825-1921. Antoinette was raised in a Congregational Church. She was 23 years old in 1848 when she attended the creation of the National Women's Rights Organization in the home of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. The purpose of this female group in part, included increased awareness of alleged discrimination against women; a right to vote; liberation of the wife from her husband's authority, motherhood, and typical work in the home; once liberated, to have equal employment opportunities in positions held by men; and feminization of pulpits across America. This organization became the flux that gave birth to what is known today, as the National Organization of Women, NOW.
Thoroughly convinced of her destiny to help liberate women, Antoinette set her heart to become the first ordained woman preacher in America. With the secret hidden deep in her heart and not disclosed to her family, she inquired and discovered a college that she could attend and also push forward to become qualified as a Minister. Her unsuspecting father and brother paid for her first two years of college and she departed to Oberlin in Ohio. She was 20 years old when she arrived and graduated in 1847 at the age of 22. She returned home for a year and in 1848 was a founding member of the National Women's Rights Organization. Using her already existing lust to feminize the pulpits of America, Antoinette left this meeting resolved to return to Oberlin and get a degree in theology. With this, she could then seek ordination and fulfill her dream.
When her father and brother discovered her secret plans, they withdrew all financial support from her. Her female friends in college rallied to her support and she was assisted in employment to help defray the cost of her education. The faculty of Oberlin opposed her designs and refused to grant her the Doctor of Divinity degree. She graduated nevertheless and returned back to New York. She searched for a Minister who would ordain her. Finding a like-minded feminine Pastor's wife was not easy, but find one she did. After meetings and arrangements, Pastor Luther Lee, minister of the Congregational Church in South Butler, New York, agreed to perform the ordination. Antoinette wrote letters about her success and planned ordination to all her feminist friends and those now speaking boldly about women's liberation. A few days before her ordination, an Oberlin classmate named Lucy Stone, declared at the Fourth Annual Women's Rights Convention:
"It is said that women could not be ministers of religion. Last Sunday, at Metropolitan Hall, Antoinette L. Brown conducted divine service and was joined in it by the largest congregation assembled within the walls of any building in this city. Some men in New York, knowing that they can hear the word of God from a woman as well as a man, have called her to be their Pastor, and she is to be ordained this month."
On September 25, 1853, Antoinette proudly dressed herself in the garments of the Ministry. Hundreds gathered to see the spectacle. Newspapers across America hailed "the breaking of the shells" of a male dominated clergy.
Rev. Lee searched for a text befitting the woman he would ordain. He carefully laid out his authority for performing this ordination. He found his Scripture in Galatians 3:28, and set America's women on fire with a new desire to bring this text and his interpretation to its new awakening. His text: "There is neither male or female; for ye are all one in Messiah Jesus."
Rev. Lee found Antoinette a small Church in the country to Pastor, and she began the feminization of America's pulpits. Her pastoring career was not at all satisfactory and short lived. Accustomed to a dainty life, her annual salary of $300.00 could not support her class of air. She resigned in less than a year, this financial cross to hard to bear. She could not picture herself hid away in obscurity with so much work to be done to get women in America's pulpits. She attended the World Temperance Union Convention later in 1853 and there, being snubbed by the men in attendance, was made a heroine by Horace Greeley, founder of the New York Tribune. In love with the new liberalism, Greeley wrote a scathing editorial against the men of the convention. The result of this, flushed out Charles A. Dana, editor of the New York Sun, who came out also to champion Antoinette. The crux of their editorials, although not specifically printed as such, was, that women were ordained to preach because their newspapers had decided it was their duty to ordain them, if Churches did not. Before a single Church ordained a woman preacher in America, they were endorsed and ordained by the news media in New York. Anyone who refused to accept or recognize this ordination and endorsement, was made to look like hate-mongers and fools. To entice Antoinette into the domain of their editorial kingdoms, Greeley and Dana offered her $1,000.00 plus board per year, if she would allow them to build her a church and she come to pastor it.
This seed of rebellion grew rapidly in the fertile soil of an awakening new age of liberalism. Old Ministers preached each Sunday against this Jezebel priesthood. They preached about women for hire. They preached about Mystery Babylon and the woman who rode the back of the beast. Many warned that this new liberalism would lead to lesbianism and homosexual decadence across America. The predicted divorce and children raised without fathers, as mothers left the home to be liberated. They predicted that morals would decline until the streets would not be safe, because of children not receiving natural and Spiritual supervision. They predicted that witchcraft followed rebellion and as sure as night follows day, women with this spirit would join cults of satan of every kind. They predicted that belief in astrology, palm reading, clairvoyance, spiritualism, crystal-ball reading, tarot cards, and the zodiac would increase as females began seeking to fulfill their inner god-self and bring America into the judgments of God. Their voices were ridiculed as the swan songs of a dying male dominance in the Church. But look around you my friends, did their predictions come true?
Antoinette Brown quit pastoring and married a wealthy hardware merchant named Henry Blackwell. She was restored to a dainty life that gave her the air she wanted. Frustrated that the Congregational Church was moving to slowly in the direction the National Women's Rights Organization had desired, Antoinette withdrew her membership and joined the Unitarian Church where she had been informed that liberalism was given open doors and pulpits. When she learned that Pentecostals were licensing women preachers, she clapped her hands and said: Aglory!@ At the age of 75 she became the Pastor of the Unitarian Church in Elizabeth, New Jersey. She held this position for fifteen years and preached her last sermon at the age of ninety. In 1908, Oberlin College finally caved in and awarded her the Doctor of Divinity degree they had withheld for over fifty years. She lived to be ninety six years old and died in 1921. From 1848 when there were no women preachers in America, until 1921, her passing, there were over 3,000 reported ordained women pastors and untold thousands of other women claiming ordination as ministers in some organization, group or sect, all because of one woman, a lesbian movement, and two newspapers!
Today, few know that modern Jezebel women preachers, received their ordination and endorsement from what became a lesbian movement and two New York news papers, not from God. They are ignorant that this was all a scheme worked out in the mind of a teenage girl and brought to fruitation by a carefully manipulated feminist system. Today, the National Organization of Women, NOW, enshrines Antoinette L. Brown as the goddess of all modern women preachers. For it was from her, that they all received the erroneous and twisted interpretation of the text of Scripture that ordains them (there is neither male or female). While they may come from all denominations, women preachers have but one modern woman to thank for their liberalism. That women is Antoinette L. Brown.
Today, the feminist system that brought to birth the women preacher ordinations, is filled with lesbians and perverts of every type and kind. It is anti-God, anti-Christ, anti-Church, anti-male, anti-family, anti-holiness, and anti-motherhood. They support a total break down in society with sexual apostasy, abortion, euthanasia, hatred, and bigotry. They will destroy anyone who exposes or opposes them.
This destroying spirit comes with every woman who claims God sent them to preach. Dare anyone to raise up and tell them, God has never ordained a single woman to this honor, and you will see the destroying spirit descend from their face to their hands and then to their feet.
Some women preachers may deny they are a part of this movement. But their works and attitude reveal otherwise. Ye shall know a tree by its fruit. To distance themselves from the feminist movement, they must act immediately as the Spirit speaks to them. Delay brings the tempter and doubt. Doubt brings a new resolved compromise. Compromise brings reprobation. There can be no negotiations with a lesbian crafted women priesthood. All holiness Apostolic Women will step down out of the pulpit forever. If they do not, they continue the legacy that makes them a part of the leaven of Mystery Babylon and the NOW movement. COME OUT OF HER MY DAUGHTERS!
It was this female influence and corruption that led to the rise of Ellen G. White and the Seven Day Adventist (Sabbath and Law keepers), and Mary Baker Eddy founder of the Church of Christ Scientist! Several other female dominating movements were born and continue down to us today.
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