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Monday, June 19, 2017

COMPILATION: VIOLENT LIBERAL RHETORIC & THREATS TO PRESIDENT TRUMP

COMPILATION: VIOLENT LIBERAL RHETORIC & THREATS TO PRESIDENT TRUMP 
 Published on Jun 19, 2017
From Jim Carrey, to Snoop Dogg, Mickey Rourke and even Vice President Joe Biden, the violent rhetoric and threats from liberals aimed at President Trump is astonishing. Here's just a small sample so you can see how vile they are, and what a danger to Trump and America liberals pose. Media analyst Mark Dice has the story.
 Republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
 

TODD BENTLEY, FALSE "FAITH HEALER", CAUGHT LYING ABOUT RESURRECTING A MAN FROM THE DEAD IN HOUSTON HOSPITAL~CAN'T BE VERIFIED

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TODD BENTLEY CAUGHT LYING ABOUT RESURRECTING A MAN FROM THE DEAD IN HOUSTON HOSPITAL
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
 Todd Bentley, a false prophet who masquerades as a Christian evangelist that 
we’ve reported on numerous times here at Pulpit & Pen was recently caught in a lie 
claiming that a man who overdosed on heroin and was supposedly pronounced dead on 
arrival at a Houston-area hospital was at was spontaneously resurrected from the dead 
upon the broadcast of one of Bentley’s revival events.

Chris Rosebrough of Pirate Christian Radio was skeptical of this claim and took it upon himself to contact the hospital to see if he could get any confirmation from the hospital staff of what Bentley was claiming. The hospital staff had heard of no such thing confirming Rosebrough’s suspicions that Todd Bentley was, once again, making false claims in the name of Christ.
Here the audio of Rosebrough’s phone call with the hospital staff below.
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When miracles of this caliber were performed in the early church, they were not obscure, hidden things. Even when Jesus himself commanded those whom he healed to keep quiet (Mark 1:44; 5:43; 7:36; 8:30; 9:9), it proved an impossible task for them. For when one has a true encounter with the Living God, it is not something that is brushed off, as the purpose of these miracles was to proclaim to the world who Jesus is and who sent Him.
Today, we merely have frauds who practice things in the name of Christ who really don’t know Him. Jesus had very specific words for men like Todd Bentley:
Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. On that day many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?’ And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.’Matthew 7:21-23
Here is a link to the original article at Fighting for the Faith exposing Todd Bentley’s blasphemous claims.
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 Todd Bentley Resurrection of Overdosed Man 
in Hospital?
Published on Jun 12, 2017
This is a dramatic re-enactment of the story of Todd Bentley's claim that a man resurrected from the grave while watching the East Texas Glory Revival and Chris Rosebrough's attempts to verify the account.
 Justin Peters Calls out Todd Bentley Publicly

SOUTHERN BAPTIST LIFEWAY INDOCTRINATING CHILDREN WITH MODALIST VIEW OF THE TRINITY AT VBS 2017

 "GALACTIC STARVEYORS" TEACHING HERESY TO KIDS

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SOUTHERN BAPTIST LIFEWAY INDOCTRINATING CHILDREN WITH MODALIST VIEW OF THE TRINITY AT VBS 2017
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL CHILDREN AT RISK 
OF LEARNING HERESY 
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
 We all know that the doctrine of the Trinity can be difficult to wrap our finite minds around. There is no doubt that the concept is fascinating and intriguing. But is it okay to explain the doctrine by using a warped, heretical model of it, and then giving a disclaimer of the sort: “It’s kinda like that heresy, but different”?
Well, that’s what Lifeway, an entity of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) is doing this year at VBS. The 2017 VBS program, Galactic Starveyors, hands out a training manual to volunteers giving advice on how to approach the subject with children who may be questioning. Of course, to orthodox believers, (that is, those who hold to the historic biblical creeds, not the Eastern Orthodox) the doctrine of the Trinity is understood to be essential to the faith–that is, a false understanding could have eternal implications.
The historic biblical understanding of the Trinity holds that God exists as three consubstantial persons as God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. The three persons are distinct, yet having one nature, eternally co-exist. The Baptist Faith and Message (SBC) puts it this way: “The eternal triune God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, with distinct personal attributes, but without division of nature, essence, or being.” The following is from the Athanasius Creed regarding the Trinity:
We worship one God in trinity and the Trinity in unity, neither confusing the persons nor dividing the divine being. For the Father is one person, the Son is another, and the Spirit is still another. But the deity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is one, equal in glory, coeternal in majesty. What the Father is, the Son is, and so is the Holy Spirit. Uncreated is the Father; uncreated is the Son; uncreated is the Spirit. The Father is infinite; the Son is infinite; the Holy Spirit is infinite. Eternal is the Father; eternal is the Son; eternal is the Spirit: And yet there are not three eternal beings, but one who is eternal; as there are not three uncreated and unlimited beings, but one who is uncreated and unlimited. Almighty is the Father; almighty is the Son; almighty is the Spirit: And yet there are not three almighty beings, but one who is almighty. Thus the Father is God; the Son is God; the Holy Spirit is God: And yet there are not three gods, but one God. Thus the Father is Lord; the Son is Lord; the Holy Spirit is Lord: And yet there are not three lords, but one Lord.
However, one of the most common heresies regarding the Trinity that we see in the church is what is known as Sabellian Modalism. This heresy teaches that God exists as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, yet, in different modes, not coexisting at the same time. It denies the distinct personhood of each member of the Trinity.
In the training manual, volunteers are advised to explain the doctrine of the Trinity in the following way to children:
  • Ask the preteens to recall who was there in the beginning. (God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit)
  • Say: “Sometimes people refer to God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit as the Trinity, meaning three in one. Just like understanding the vastness of the universe is pretty mind blowing, understanding the Trinity is hard, too.”
  • Call attention to the cup of water, the ice, and the steam from the boiling water. Explain that water can be a liquid, a solid (ice), and a gas (vapor/steam). Even though they are three uniquely different states of matter (liquid, solid, and gas), they are still molecularly water (H20).
  • Tell preteens that in somewhat the same way the Trinity is God in three separate states, however water cannot exist in the three states at the same time–but God does.
  • Remind preteens that God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit have always been in relationship with each other. God created man to share in that relationship.
Snapshot of VBS 2017 training manual
Now, while you might be scratching your head thinking, at least they made an attempt to explain that unlike water, the members of the Trinity do co-exist at the same time, the bigger problem here is the approach. Essentially, they are giving a false, heretical illustration of the Trinity to preteen children, teaching them to think of it in that way, and then adding a disclaimer that the real Trinity is a little different. The reality is that the ice/water/vapor illustration is an exact picture of Modalism. So, as a way to teach children about the doctrine of the Trinity, we first teach them Modalism and then add a caveat to it.
Further, the illustration refers to the members of the Trinity, not as persons, as is the historic, biblical understanding, but as “states.” The members of the Trinity are not states, they are distinct, individual persons. The word, “state,” even implies modes, as in Modalism. And to add to the confusion, the members or “states” are referred to as God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit, instead of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Each member of the Trinity is God, yet this usage in this context at best confuses this truth. Bottom line, children are going to be indoctrinated with this illustration and most of them will not have the capacity to discern or apply the attempted caveat, leaving them confused about the truth of the Trinity, and a heretical understanding.
If your church is putting on the Lifeway VBS program this summer, it is strongly recommended that you bring this up with the pastors. This is a dangerous way to teach children the doctrine of the Trinity. Has it not crossed their minds at Lifeway that maybe a perfect illustration doesn’t exist for a reason–because God is mysterious and this is a display of His glory? Our finite minds are not meant to fully grasp the concept of God’s nature. It’s part of what makes God so majestic. God has revealed to us in His word exactly what he wants us to know about Himself, and it is of the utmost importance to teach these doctrines completely and soundly but to reduce God’s triune nature to an illustration that has historically viewed as heretical placing its adherents outside of the faith is very dangerous ground to tread.
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MODALIST FALSE TEACHER, T.D. JAKES; FRIEND OF NEW AGER OPRAH WINFREY:
https://www.challies.com/the-false-teachers-t-d-jakes/ 

http://apprising.org/2012/01/20/t-d-jakes-is-heretical-concerning-modalism-whether-he-believes-it-or-not/ 

https://carm.org/td-jakes 

JOHN MACARTHUR:
ONENESS PENTECOSTALS DENY THE TRINITY


 

AN ELDER'S WIFE BREAKS FREE OF BETH MOORE IN A CHURCH THAT IDOLIZES HER~GETS ACCUSED & BRANDED

 SINFUL IDOLATRY IN CHURCH FOR BETH MOORE & 
HER ECUMENISM, REPUDIATION OF SEPARATION & MYSTICISM
DO NOT FOLLOW THIS WOMAN, FOLLOW JESUS
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AN ELDER'S WIFE BREAKS FREE OF BETH MOORE
BY SETH DUNN
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
 
My name is Lisa. I am a Baptist from Arizona. I was saved as an adult and have been a Christian for 24 years. I have broken free of Beth Moore.
When I first started to participate in women’s Bible studies at our church, I didn’t know what to expect. At the time, I didn’t have much experience with such events. I was expected to attend the studies (by our pastor and his wife) because my husband was an elder. So, I did. I don’t really remember the first one that was taught but it was nothing special. I do remember thinking to myself, “This is really a book club; it’s not a Bible study.” Our Bibles were hardly opened during the 2 hours we were there every week, and a lot of “What does this mean to you?” was asked of the group.
Then came Beth Moore. I’d never heard of her. When I shared this I was told that Beth Moore was “everyone’s best girlfriend.” The material we were using was her DVD and workbook study Jesus, the One and Only. Good title—He should be the one and only. Despite the good title and the good report I had received about Beth Moore, we were not very far into the study when I started having very big problems with the material and Moore’s overall style. So, I went to my husband, the church elder.
I talked the issue over with him for a couple of weeks. I showed my husband a lot of Beth Moore material, some from Jesus, the One and Only, some from other books I had borrowed, and some items from the internet. Reviewing this material with him solidified my decision to quit using study material from Beth Moore, the false teacher. Because of her great popularity, I was concerned for others. So, I wrote a blog post outlining the many problems I had with Beth Moore’s teachings. In my blog post, I demonstrated that she doesn’t accurately teach the gospel, misuses the Bible, manipulates women’s emotions, uses positive confession, and relies on imagination instead of teaching facts. I also pointed out how she engages in extreme fast-talking, making it difficult for her hearers to pause and take the time to look up the Bible verses she twists during messages. My blog post also addressed how Beth Moore has make-believe conversations with God. In these conversations she treats Him as casually as she would her girlfriend down the street. He’s not a girlfriend down the street but the Creator-God of the universe. Finally, my post made mention of the ridiculous amount of money churches and individuals are expected to pay for her materials and simulcasts. Boy, did I stir the hornet’s nest writing these things down.
My pastor asked for a meeting with me. My husband and I were called into his pastor’s office for my writing of my sincere concerns on my own personal blog (keep in mind, I had maybe 3 readers and they were all friends of mine). I was ordered by the pastor to remove the blog post and the links I had added to my Facebook page directing my friends to it. This so-called “meeting” quickly became an interrogation, and then turned to accusation. The pastor brought me to tears. As I write this, it still brings tears to my eyes just recalling his angry face, and how he felt the need to do this to me in front of his wife, another woman from the ministry, and my husband.
My husband was derided for not being able to “control” me. I was accused of sowing discord in the church body. We were asked by the pastor point-blank why we didn’t just leave the church. We stood our ground, and ultimately, the only words I remember I could muster at the end of this discussion were, “I’m not leaving you, I’m leaving Beth Moore.” I loved my church but left that office hurt and confused at what had happened.
Thank God that my husband was an elder. He brought all my research to the rest of the elders and they agreed (with the pastor fuming, I’m told) that there would be no more Beth Moore taught in our church. The Sunday after this decision was made, the pastor’s wife walked up to my husband, put her face right in his face and she practically growled as she said to him, “Beth Moore is SOLID!” I still can’t believe a woman would be so brazen in the face of an elder in the church, but friends, this is what happens when a woman allows herself to worship teacher rather than the Teacher, Jesus Christ.
The pastor went on to ask us why we didn’t leave the church a few more times after that (just to get under our skin, I suppose), but what ultimately ended up happening is people began waking up to his heavy-handed tactics and shady activities. It turned out we were not the only ones who were called into the office and treated harshly behind closed doors. To make a long story short, what happened with Mark Driscoll on a mega scale happened in our small-town church on a micro scale. Like with Driscoll, the pastor moved on to (unfortunately) another church and a new opportunity to abuse a different group of sheep. Please pray for that church.
Also, please pray for all the women and their husbands who see the error being perpetrated by Beth Moore and who are afraid to speak out for fear of being treated like enemies in their own churches. Don’t be afraid to speak out and don’t be afraid to share this testimony. Thank You for reading it. I struggled with how to write this because I have received so much grief in the past when the subject of Beth Moore’s teaching came up. People seem to get so worked up about Beth Moore, but I guess that’s the lesson. Before you read this and fire off an angry comment, ask yourself: “Am I worshiping a woman or God?”
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 Beth Moore: Living Proof of demonic deception 
 Published on Jan 11, 2015
Beth Moore reveals her true nature in this video expose', as she chats with word-faith FALSE teacher Joyce Meyer - her self-confessed "mentor".
 Wretched Radio with Todd Friel - John Piper, Beth Moore, and Lectio Divina at Passion 2012
 Beth Moore's False Vision
 Published on Mar 30, 2014
Beth Moore is a false teacher. She has vision claiming Roman Catholicism is Christian which is false.
Is Roman Catholicism Christian - http://carm.org/is-catholicism-christian
Beth Moore - http://carm.org/beth-moore
 
Beth Moore complains about her false teachings 
being criticized.

FALSE TEACHER BETH MOORE ENDORSES THE LATE TERM PARTIAL BIRTH ABORTION CANDIDATE CROOKED HILLARY

 
Beth Moore Calls for Unity With False Teacher 
Joyce Meyer & Catholicism

Published on Jul 22, 2016
BETH MOORE OFFERS FALSE TEACHER JOYCE MEYER HER RESPECT & ESTEEM AS THEY TALK ABOUT UNITY

In this program Brannon Howse and Justin Peters respond to six video clips of Beth Moore appearing on the television program of Word of Faith proponent Joyce Meyer as they discuss and call for unity. Listen as they seem to have no understanding of what is Biblical unity. Brannon and Justin look at numerous passages of Scripture that describe Biblical unity and condemn the very kind of unity Beth Moore and Joyce Meyer seem to be encouraging. See the clip in which Beth Moore says she offers Joyce Meyer her respect, esteem, and then affirms false teacher Meyer as a "mighty, mighty, woman of God."

CSB "BIBLE": SOUTHERN BAPTISTS EMBRACE GENDER INCLUSIVE LAUGUAGE IN A NEW BIBLE VERSION

Southern Baptists Embrace Gender-Inclusive Language in the Bible

 America's largest Protestant denomination has produced a revised translation that incorporates many features it had long condemned.

BY  and

republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:

 Southern Baptists have long defended literal approaches to the Bible, but their recent translation of the Good Book might have them switching sides.

Last fall, the publishing arm of the 15-million member Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) released the Christian Standard Bible (CSB). LifeWay Christian Stores, America’s largest Christian retailer, which is owned by the SBC, sells the translation at hundreds of its locations nationwide and touts it as a work of superior scholarship. But patrons are largely unaware that the denomination-approved translation is gender-inclusive.
Such news would presumably shock many in the evangelical body. The denomination has affirmed that the Bible commands wives to submit to their husbands and that modern notions of transgender identity blur the line between God-ordained masculine and feminine roles. The group has passed numerous resolutions since the late 1990s publicly condemning Bible translations that attempt to utilize gender-inclusive language.

When several revisions to the popular New International Version (1984) appeared to employ gender-neutral language, for example, Southern Baptists condemned the translation by name and chastised its publishers. A 2011 resolution even instructed LifeWay to cease selling the translation in its stores. (LifeWay has continued to sell the NIV despite the resolution to remove it; the translation remains the most popular among Southern Baptists with a 40 percent share.)
The rationale behind the rebuke was two-fold. First, inclusive translations abolish many gender-specific terms. For example, they may change “father” to “parent,” “son” to “child,” and “man” to “mortal.” And second, these translations added words and phrases not found in ancient manuscripts for the sake of inclusion. A common example is the translation of “brother” as “brother or sister.”
Some scholars defend translation decisions like these, arguing they most clearly express the meaning of each passage. But the SBC disagrees, seeing such translations as part of a larger cultural push to erase distinctions between genders and diminish masculinity. It believes political correctness is threatening the integrity of its holy scripture.
In response to this perceived menace, the SBC commissioned its own Bible translation, the Holman Christian Standard Bible, which was finalized in 2003. It was intended “to champion the absolute truth of the Bible against social or cultural agendas that would compromise its accuracy.” The translation was well received and the Bible battlefront quieted for more than a decade. But when a revision was released last fall, a number of the same “gender-neutral” elements that the SBC previously condemned were inserted into its own translation.The CSB now translates the term anthropos, a Greek word for “man,” in a gender-neutral form 151 times, rendering it “human,” “people,” and “ones.” The previous edition had done this on occasion; the new revision adds almost 100 more instances. “Men of Israel” becomes “fellow Israelites;” when discussing Jesus’s incarnation the “likeness of men” becomes “likeness of humanity.” The CSB translates the term adelphoi, a Greek word for “brother” in a gender-neutral form 106 times, often adding “sister.” “Brotherly love” is translated “love as brothers and sisters.”

The gender-neutralizing pattern is also present in its translation of the Old Testament. For instance, where the NIV “gender-neutral” revision uses the term “human” or “humanly” for a masculine term, the CSB concurs with a “human” “humanly” or “human being(s)” 67 times. As the CSB translates the Hebrew term ‘dm (the word for adam), the generic “man, men,” it uses gender-neutral language of “human(s), humanity, human kind, people, person(s)” 242 times. The CSB also uses the term “mortal” or “mere mortal” to replace a masculine term 6 times. Numerous other instances of gender-neutral translations of masculine terminology exist across both testaments.
The FAQ page for the Christian Standard Bible explains that the translation committee “chose to avoid being unnecessarily specific in passages where the original context did not exclude females.” Such an approach is similar, if not identical, to those taken by inclusive Bible translators, and parallels the logic laid out on the New International Version website.
In email correspondence this week, Trevin Wax, Bible and Reference Publisher for Holman Bibles, defended the translation. He rejected the notion that the translation is “gender-neutral,” calling it “gender-accurate” instead. “It uses male pronouns for God, for pastors, and in places where its obviously male—and it uses male and female, where that’s what the author intended,” Wax said.
A gender-accurate approach often uses inclusive language, Wax said, but only in places “when the original would have been understood to refer to both males and females.” Such a defense of the CSB mirrors those offered by NIV defenders in years past.
Although the CSB’s translation isn’t totally gender-neutral, it’s difficult to deny its significant deviations from rigidly literal interpretation methods. Perhaps gender-inclusive would be a more accurate term. The examples listed here are not exhaustive, after all. In the CSB, there are hundreds of verses that fall within the “gender-neutral” category condemned in Southern Baptists’ own resolutions. Together, they provide an illustrative survey of the kinds of quietly progressive changes that have been inserted into this conservative denomination’s Bible translation.
Such changes in Southern Baptists’ Bible translation of choice are more than a mere denominational matter. The SBC is America’s largest Protestant denomination and one of its most conservative. If its leaders and members are tolerating a softer, more inclusive approach to gender, it might be a bellwether of things to come in the culture war over gender.
This week, Southern Baptists will gather in Phoenix for their annual gathering. Whether they ignore or resist the new version of the Good Book may tell us much about the future of gender debates in American society.
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SOUTHERN BAPTISTS EMBRACE GENDER-INCLUSIVE LANGUAGE IN THE BIBLE 
(Friday Church News Notes, August 4, 2017, www.wayoflife.org fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - The following is excerpted from "Southern Baptists Embrace," The Atlantic, Jun. 11, 2017: "Last fall, the publishing arm of the 15-million member Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) released the Christian Standard Bible (CSB). LifeWay Christian Stores, America's largest Christian retailer, which is owned by the SBC, sells the translation at hundreds of its locations nationwide and touts it as a work of superior scholarship. But patrons are largely unaware that the denomination-approved translation is gender-inclusive. Such news would presumably shock many in the evangelical body. The denomination has affirmed that the Bible commands wives to submit to their husbands and that modern notions of transgender identity blur the line between God-ordained masculine and feminine roles. The group has passed numerous resolutions since the late 1990s publicly condemning Bible translations that attempt to utilize gender-inclusive language. When several revisions to the popular New International Version (1984) appeared to employ gender-neutral language, for example, Southern Baptists condemned the translation by name and chastised its publishers. A 2011 resolution even instructed LifeWay to cease selling the translation in its stores. (LifeWay has continued to sell the NIV despite the resolution to remove it; the translation remains the most popular among Southern Baptists with a 40 percent share.) The rationale behind the rebuke was two-fold. First, inclusive translations abolish many gender-specific terms. For example, they may change 'father' to 'parent,' 'son' to 'child,' and 'man' to 'mortal.' And second, these translations added words and phrases not found in ancient manuscripts for the sake of inclusion. A common example is the translation of 'brother' as 'brother or sister.' In response to this perceived menace, the SBC commissioned its own Bible translation, the Holman Christian Standard Bible, which was finalized in 2003. It was intended 'to champion the absolute truth of the Bible against social or cultural agendas that would compromise its accuracy.' The translation was well received and the Bible battlefront quieted for more than a decade. But when a revision was released last fall, a number of the same 'gender-neutral' elements that the SBC previously condemned were inserted into its own translation. The CSB now translates the term anthropos, a Greek word for 'man,' in a gender-neutral form 151 times, rendering it 'human,' 'people,' and 'ones.' The previous edition had done this on occasion; the new revision adds almost 100 more instances. 'Men of Israel' becomes 'fellow Israelites'; when discussing Jesus's incarnation the 'likeness of men' becomes 'likeness of humanity.' The CSB translates the term adelphoi, a Greek word for 'brother' in a gender-neutral form 106 times, often adding 'sister.' 'Brotherly love' is translated 'love as brothers and sisters.'"

 

SCALISE SHOOTER HAD LIST OF AT LEAST 6 GOP LAWMAKERS' NAMES

SCALISE SHOOTER HAD LIST OF AT LEAST 
6 GOP LAWMAKERS' NAMES
 Published on Jun 16, 2017
Fox News has confirmed that the gunman who opened fire on Republican congressmen at an Alexandria, Va., baseball field on Wednesday had a list of at least six GOP lawmakers' names at the time of the shooting.

The FBI recovered the list, which was reportedly handwritten by suspect James Hodgkinson, who shot House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and several others before he was killed by Capitol Police.

The names on the list reportedly include Reps. Scot DesJarlais R-TN, Trent Franks R-AZ, Jeff Duncan R-SC, Jim Jordan R-OH, Mo Brooks R-AL and Morgan Griffith R-VA.

Catherine Herridge reported on "Tucker Carlson" tonight that all of the congressmen are associated with the conservative House Freedom Caucus.

"Fox News understands that the Capitol Hill police have reached out independently to all of the offices on the list," Herridge said. "Tonight, the offices are not commenting for our reporting."

She added that law enforcement officials are cautioning against drawing conclusions about the list or the suspect's motivations for having it until more information is available.