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“Why would the Holy Spirit want to live in a body that can’t see out of the eyes, or hear through the ears?”

Frederick K.C. Price in outrageous/unbiblical defense of his (and the entire Word of Faith movement’s) position that all Christians are to be without infirmity and can demand that God heal them. This was before his own surgery, by the way…

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February 27, 2008 - Posted by | Charlatans, Christianity, Creflo Dollar, False Doctrine, False Teachers, Frederick Price, Juanita Bynum, Kenneth Copeland, Kenneth Hagin, Myles Munroe, Paula White, Pulpit Pimps, Rod Parsley, Word of Faith

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  1. I almost wrote, “you have GOT to be kidding” but I know you’re not; I wish you were. I have seen this stuff personally on a milder scale. You could call it WOF lite. claiming promises, stretching a single verse into a doctrine, etc. It’s kind of scary that even in mostly good churches, this kind of thinking has crept in. (I say that know that there is no “perfect” church here on earth.)

    I agree. It’s distressing.
    Derrick

    Comment by sara | February 28, 2008 | Reply

  2. These pimps will twist doctrine faster than you can say “boo”. The sad part is that they have no shortage of victims because most Christians are seeking to satisfy their flesh with the promises of material wealth, carefree lives (if we name it and claim it), and arrogant pride.

    If we stop buying it, then they can’t sell it. My prayer is that the more light we shine on these people, the faster they’ll (eventually) scatter back into the darkness they came from.

    Speaking Truth…
    http://imspeakingtruth.wordpress.com

    You said it, Brotha!
    Derrick

    Comment by Speaking Truth | February 28, 2008 | Reply

  3. I can’t stop thinking about this. Compared with the glory of God, all of our human bodies are pretty cruddy, with or without the physical infirmities some of us may carry. Yet, the Creator of the universe humbled himself to become a man. It blows my mind.

    I wonder what these crazy people say about Paul’s thorn in the flesh? Or how do they handle Christian martyrdom?

    I’ve heard them try to dodge around Paul. This stuff is boldly arrogant and blasphemous, and yet, so many buy into it!
    Derrick.

    Comment by sara | February 28, 2008 | Reply

  4. It was also before his wife almost left this world, because of a cancer.

    I knew that! But I didn’t remember all the details, so I left it for YOU to say!:-)
    Derrick

    Comment by anappygirl | February 28, 2008 | Reply


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