The Rev. William Barber II is pastor of the Church of the Brethren in the City of New York, which has long been a bastion of conservative Christianity in the United States.
Barber was also the pastor of St. Francis Xavier’s church, St. John Chrysostom, which was burned in 1821, and of the church at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City, where Cardinal John Dolan was president.
But Barber says he is not the only person to believe that Jesus Christ did not exist.
Barber believes the Gospel of John is false.
Barber, who has authored books on biblical and theological issues, told the Associated Press he does not think it’s right for churches to deny the existence of the Savior.
Barber said he believes that the Bible is the Word of God and Jesus is the fulfillment of that Word.
Barber says Jesus died on the cross and that his tomb is a memorial to God.
Barber is the president of the American Religious Coalition, which is based in Washington, D.C. It says it is not a political organization.
Barber and the other pastors of the Catholic Church are seeking an investigation of the Rev. Barber’s claim.
The Rev, Michael Mennie, the Episcopal Bishop of Atlanta, Georgia, told ABC News that he was troubled by Barber’s comments.
“I am disturbed that there is a pastor who would say such things, but that is the nature of the gospel, to love the gospel and to live it,” he said.
“And so, if he’s not convinced by what the Bible teaches, he should be judged by the gospel.
He should be free to practice his faith.”