On a podcast with Owen Strachan Jason Dees of Christ Covenant Church in Atlanta, Georgia defended Eric Metaxas assaulting a protester when he threw a punch at him in Washington, D.C. This is part of a growing pattern of Jason Dees failing to do the right thing. From my spiritual mess that happened under Jordan Kaulfin’s leadership at a church in the Washington, D.C. area now to Eric Metaxas. Jason Dees won’t call out his friends or leaders to repent and own their mistakes. But he will sure as hell expect people under him in Christ Covenant to do so.
“All of us knows, not what is expedient, not what is going to make us popular, not what the policy is, or the company policy – but in truth each of us knows what is the right thing to do. And that’s how I am guided.”
Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God. 2 Therefore whoever resists the authorities resists what God has appointed, and those who resist will incur judgment. 3 For rulers are not a terror to good conduct, but to bad. Would you have no fear of the one who is in authority? Then do what is good, and you will receive his approval, 4 for he is God’s servant for your good. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for he does not bear the sword in vain. For he is the servant of God, an avenger who carries out God’s wrath on the wrongdoer. 5 Therefore one must be in subjection, not only to avoid God’s wrath but also for the sake of conscience. 6 For because of this you also pay taxes, for the authorities are ministers of God, attending to this very thing. 7 Pay to all what is owed to them: taxes to whom taxes are owed, revenue to whom revenue is owed, respect to whom respect is owed, honor to whom honor is owed.
Romans 13:1-7 ESV
Jason Dees at Christ Covenant Church in Atlanta
Worshiping the Lord at Christ Covenant Church in Atlanta, Georgia
Its almost one in the morning and I just finished another blog post. I am putting the finishing touches on another EFCA post and then I am scanning social media and responding to some email. Then I saw something that caught my eye and I listened to the newest podcast by Owen Strachan. Owen is on the Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. In addition he is also the Associate Professor of Christian Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri. Strachen also is the Director for Public Theology and he hosts a podcast. Today’s post comes about after listening to the most recent podcast in which he has the senior pastor of Christ Covenant Church Jason Dees on.
Jason Dees Defends Eric Metaxas Assaulting a Protester in Washington, D.C.
This blog has written several articles about Eric Metexas. From him assaulting a protester in Washington, D.C. to being duped by a Russian spy, to his embrace of Christian nationalism and his shoddy scholarly work on Bonhoeffer. There are many problems with this evangelical author. At Christ Covenant Jason Dees has been doing a series on the topic of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. This is a big issue for many Neo-Calvinists as gender issues and the role of women is an obsession with many of them. All I have to do is spend time at John Piper’s blog and see the latest in this area. On September 10’s “City of God” podcast on how to be a man in a practical version.
At 1:32 in the 26:00 podcast Jason Dees talks about the situation with Eric Metexas throwing a punch and hitting a protester in the Washington, D.C. area. To learn more about this topic you can go to, “Eric Metaxas Struck a Protester in Washington, D.C. and Committed a Felony. This Blog is Calling for D.C. Police to Investigate.” Dees talks about the negative press that Metaxas has received for defending his wife and throwing a punch. Its notable to know that in this case Jason Dees apparently doesn’t believe that verses like Romans 13 should apply. That Eric Metaxas is above the Bible apparently. According to Jason Dees than violence is okay regardless of circumstance if you are “defending your wife.” All of this seems like a lot of new theology in many ways and its problematic.
When Discussing Biblical Manhood Here is Why Paige Raynor Dees Has More Balls Than Her Husband
Jason Dees likes to play up Biblical Manhood and define what the role of a man is. According to him what that means when you translate the Neo-Calvinist jargon into English is that you need to be born with a penis. If you have a penis you are good to go and now part of an elite club that patriarchy has created. The person who crafted much of this is John Piper whop is know for advocating for a penis driven theology system. After what Jason Dees says in the podcast he is not that far theology wise from Mark Driscoll who is known for advocating violence in the name of Biblical Manhood. Mark Driscoll did this at Mars Hill Seattle and played up what it means to be a man.
But what makes a man is more than your schlong. What makes a man is the ability to do the right thing. And this is why Jason Dees is a failure as a pastor and a man. First of all instead of calling on Eric Metaxas to repent and to submit to D.C. law enforcement who finds a way to defend him. The first time this shifty theology happened was not with Eric Metaxas, but when Christ Covenant hired Jordan Kauflin. Did Dees hear about the abuse story I went through under the leadership and guidance of Jordan Kauflin? Did Jason Dees tell Jordan, “Go back to Dave Bonner and let’s try and fix this mess?” Nope. Jason Dees doesn’t give a rat’s ass about doing what is right. This is why – and mark my words when I say this – when a child is sexually abused one day at Christ Covenant this blog believes that Jason Dees is going to cover it up. Why? Because places like Christ Covenant are a business. They exist to make money. Think of it as a spiritual Wendys, McDonalds’ or Taco Bell. In the end you get on your knees and pucker up to Jason Dees ass.
But the question remains why does Jason’s wife Paige have more balls then he does? Well because Jason Dees is establishing a pattern of not being able to do what is right. From my mess with Jordan Kauflin and his church in the Washington, D.C,. area, now to Eric Metaxas. More is coming you will hear much more about this church and the failure of Jason Dees. But Paige is in a far superior position to think and make decisions because she doesn’t have to act like she is thinking through her balls.
Christ Covenant is a circus. It is not about honoring the Lord. If it were it would have made a good faith effort to resolve my mess. Jason Dees would have called on Eric Metaxas to do the right thing. But Christ Covenant can’t do the right thing because its not about doing the right thing. That podcast with Owen Strachen consisted of a lot of BS. By the way this blog has a question. Last month Jason Dees told the congregation that he was positive for COVID-19. And that he was asymptomatic. This blog would like to ask the question is Jason Dees still positive in an asymptomatic way with the virus? Or has that cycled through? If someone can let me know this blog needs to do a COVID-19 update on Jason Dees and Christ Covenant Church. And for the post about Jason Dees testing positive read about that in, “Jason Dees of Christ Covenant Church Has Tested Positive for COVID-19. Would a Coronavirus Outbreak in a 9 Marks Neo-Calvinist Church Show God’s Sovereignty at Work?”