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Show 65: The dangers of the Prosperity Doctrine and suffering like Lazarus



In this episode, I discuss the heresy of the "Prosperty Doctrine" and how it has led to the ruin of many lives and souls. Jesus promised that Christians will suffer. If anyone says differently, they are liars.


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fatheratchley
fatheratchley
Sep 03, 2023

It is a spiritual works of mercy to point out heretical errors that make a mockery of the Gospel. Super wealthy televangelists who abuse charity for profit like Copeland, Duplantiss, and Bakker are shameless charlatans of their trade and rightly should be called out.


A Catholic friend of mine promotes his own church to gently mock these guys. He calls it "the church of the Heavy Buck," which promises "deliverance for dollars." And if you sign up to be "saved," he offers special offers like "a photostatic copy of you-know-who's yearbook." Of course, all of this is tongue in cheek humor, not to be taken seriously.


It's hard to fathom how so many are duped into a prosperity gospel when…

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Judson Carroll
Judson Carroll
Sep 03, 2023
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Thanks for your reply, Father. Yes, Jim Bakker was right here in my home state of NC. It was quite a scandal. I don't think the mega churches will last long, but they have certainly drawn away Protestant attendance from the more mainline denominations. The show I'll post later today is on the "once saved always saved" heresy. That will catch me up in posting past episodes, as I recorded it last Thursday. On the day I posted it, some Protestant lady got very angry with me and began to argue with me online. I was open to discussing it with her, but I asked if she had listened to the podcast. She replied, "I listened to a lit…

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