Scary tele-evangelists!

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Scary tele-evangelists!

Ok guys- I got some scary tele-evangelists lined up for ya! Which one do you think is scariest? (ideologically or otherwise.)

Shown left to right:

1) Pat Robertson
2) Jimmy Swaggart
3) Jerry Fallwell
4) Tammy Baker
5) Ted Haggard


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Robertson. He's the only one

Robertson. He's the only one who's ask people to kill for him so far as I know so far.


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Ted Haggard. Look at his

Ted Haggard. Look at his smile. Scary.


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You forgot Benny Hinn. 

You forgot Benny Hinn.  That guy is pretty scary.

 My vote is for Pat Robinson though.


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Pat Robertson. He's just

Pat Robertson. He's just plain dangerous.


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Although he's not a

Although he's not a televangelist, Paul Crouch needs to be on the list. If not him, his wife is pretty damn scary.


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They're all scary. Don't

They're all scary.

Don't you wonder if they actually believe the drivel they spout?  Or do they just see those dollars rolling in? 

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Susan wrote: They're all

Susan wrote:

They're all scary.

Don't you wonder if they actually believe the drivel they spout?  Or do they just see those dollars rolling in? 

People such as Hinn are in it for the money, and the power. They've come up with the "name it claim it" theology to mask the fact that what they're doing is patently unchristian. I would say there's very few ministers of decently sized congregations that don't have a, at least, comfy lifestyle. I think people like Hinn believed at first, but riches and power corrupted them. But this has gone on for centuries, so I'm not surprised. Christians in the US are extremely materialitic, but I repeat myself.