The fact that Trumped hired his spiritual advisor Paula White to come to work for him tells you everything you need to know about her. This video will add no new information. It's for entertainment purposes only. Skip to :47 if you want to see her speaking in High Valyrian. — Read the rest
This is scary, but has nothing to do with Halloween, despite the date.
The "prosperity gospel" (previously) is a religious doctrine that encourages poor people to send specific amounts of cash (usually in the hundreds of dollars) to charismatic preachers, an act the preachers characterizes as "seed giving" — and the preachers promise that God will reward these gifts by making the givers rich.
That weird meeting between presidential candidate Donald Trump and a number of so-called Prosperity Gospel evangelists sounds weirder the more we learn about who was there, and what they actually say they believe.
At at least 20 worshippers were killed in a stampede at a prosperity gospel church service in Tanzania on Sunday when the pastor told the thousands in attendance to come forward to get anointed with blessed miracle oil that solves all problems, reports The Telegraph. — Read the rest
You can't get close to God on commercial.
Prosperity gospel preacher and measles aficionado Kenneth Copeland is closing in on his first billion dollars made.
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"If I flew commercial, I'd have to stop 65 percent of what I'm doing, that's the main reason," he said.
Donald Trump's "prosperity gospel" spiritual advisor Paula White, a pastor who is reported to reside in an 8,000 square foot house and travel on a $2.6 million private jet, is commanding her congregation to cough up their January salaries to her or else God is seriously going to punish them so hard.
A Lamborghini here, a Lamborghini there, sooner or later it starts to add up.
Writing in the Baptist News, Miguel De La Torre — a progressive professor at Denver's Iliff School of Theology — denounces evangelicals who "forgive" Trump for his myriad sins and support child-molesters like Roy Moore, saying that they embrace a faith that "fuses and confuses white supremacy with salvation."
The queen of the world's first mega-sized "prosperity gospel" empire has died.
"Medication" by Andrew Brandou, from his Jonestown paintings
Guestblogger Arthur Goldwag is the author of "Cults, Conspiracies, and Secret Societies: The Straight Scoop on Freemasons, The Illuminati, Skull and Bones, Black Helicopters, The New World Order, and many, many more" and other books. — Read the rest