From Bible Baptist Church, Elmont NY bulletin:


Stephen Andersen is a Baptist pastor in Tempe, Arizona, who has achieved notoriety for some of his outlandish stunts and teachings. We are putting this in the church bulletin and on our church website because some people in our congregation have been following him on the Internet. The publicity-seeking Andersen first got media attention when he got into a fight with U.S. Border Patrol policemen at a checkpoint in Arizona. More recently, he was deported from Botswana because he went on the radio and said that homosexuals should be stoned to death. Andersen teaches that the pretribulation rapture doctrine is a "hoax," and that the church will have to go through the coming tribulation. Furthermore, Andersen teaches that Hitler's Holocaust never happened, and that the current residents of the restored land of Israel are not really Jews but a "Satanic counterfeit" placed there by the Rothschilds family of Europe. He says that all the still-living Holocaust survivors are "paid liars" who are lying when they talk about their experiences in Hitler's death camp. He claims that the modern-day nation of Israel, instead of being a fulfillment of Bible prophecy, is a "Satanic fraud." There are many other problems with Stephen Andersen, but this should be enough for discerning Christians to avoid him. "Which have forsaken the right way, and are gone astray, following the way of Balaam the son of Bosor, who loved the wages of unrighteousness" (II Peter 2:15).