Wednesday, July 13, 2011

What America Will Be Like After the Dominionist Takeover

Good intro to the 7 Mountains mandate here. Then watch the video. And be afraid.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Monday, July 11, 2011

Cougars for Christ?

When I first heard about the new book and dvd series called "Real Housewives of the Bible," my first thought was, COULD IT BE? - a definitive guide to how to score a little MILF action at the local megachurch??

No such luck. The series instead "depicts 12 different biblical characters like Esther, Ruth & Sarah living in situations today's women deal with every day." Might be mildly amusing, but probably not.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Catching up with Bob's First Born

Amy Tilton Kushnir

Woah! My faith is rising!

Catch up with what Amy's up to these days here!

She has a show called My Texas Today which apparently airs on WFAA Channel 8 in Dallas. How come nobody tells me these things??

Good to see you back on the air, Amy!

Take a Toke of the Holy Ghost!

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Speaking of Nightmares

check out Nightmare for the Dream Center, a prank call Brother Russell just dug out of his archive and put up on his bandcamp site.

I truly feel sorry for people who have to work as a call center operator in the middle of the night for some megachurch media ministry. The megachurch in question here is Matthew (son of Tommy) Barnett's Dream Center in Los Angeles, California. Anyway, the poor guy who answers the phone for the Dream Center at 1:30 in the morning is across the country in Virginia and should get a raise for putting up with the weirdos who call in at that time of night.

Christian Nightmares

I've been enjoying the Christian Nightmares YouTube channel this afternoon. Funny as hell!

And here's their main site.

And, yeah, I see I'm a little late to the party.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Prophet Omega is On the Air!

Listen to some classic Prophet Omega at Brother Russell's Bandcamp page

Also, didn't ever think to look, but Omega has a wikipedia entry.

Here's a link to the documentary about him. I remember being underwhelmed by it, but may be time to give it a second look.

Don't forget the Snake Oil Shoppe!

Tonight I Die clock, Benny Hinn Blew Me button, Jonathan Bell teddy bear!


America’s Most Hated Family In Crisis

In America’s Most Hated Family In Crisis, Louis Theroux is once again granted a behind-the-scenes look at America’s most controversial Christian group, the Phelps family of the Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, KS, as it gears up for what it sees as the final showdown with doomed America. Louis explores the church’s strange new belief that Obama is The Beast spoken of in the Book Of Revelation, and their conviction that we are now in the run-up to the second coming of Christ.

Watch the entire documentary here

One thing I enjoyed about watching the Phelps women, is that they always preface talking about any future event with the phrase, "if the Lord tarries," meaning that if the Rapture Doesn't Happen First. What a perspective on life. Fatalistic, dispensationalistic, but you know, coming out of the mouth of one of Fred's granddaughters in particular, I'd be onboard if she were doing a little flirty flshing.

no more Praise in the Night

Steve Solomon has called it a day, or a night rather, on his long running "Praise in the Night" radio show. Here's the announcement:
Diane and I are so appreciative for all of our friends and supporters of this ministry for your faithfulness through all of these years. We have seen many miracles of salvation, healing, deliverance take place to the glory of God.

Riverwalk Fellowship has been underwriting the expenses of PITN for many years and now with a new radio contract that has been presented to us with an amount that could not be agreed to, we have prayed and decided that this was the time to end this ministry.

We will now be able to focus more of our energy on the ministry of Riverwalk and we are excited about this new chapter in our lives and ministry.

We are grateful to the Lord Jesus Who gave us this tremendous opportunity and privilege to minister the Gospel, every night, all night beginning in 1991.

We will have expanded podcasts and teachings available on our Riverwalk Website in the near future.

God bless,

Steve and Diane Solomon

But if you're like me, you still need to get FILLED occasionally, so here ya go:

this clip perfectly sums up Stever for posterity. I envision him doing his late night call-in show via some kinda remote hookup from his McMansion abode in a faceless Dallas suburb, in his houserobe and slippers, kicked back on an overstuffed leather sofa, smug and self-important, condescending to his listeners, and even talking with a mouthful of crackers, as he is in this particular clip, not even halfway paying attention to his sad, pathetic, halfwit callers. Then getting blindsided by good old Bro Russell.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Holy Smoke

When Toby Elles fell asleep while cooking a late-night snack, it really was a case of divine intervention that saved his bacon.
The 22-year-old was 'miraculously' woken after an hour as his lounge filled with smoke – and quickly had the revelation that he had left a frying pan on a hob.
While saying his prayers, the bank worker scraped the remains of crispy bacon rashers from the pan, but could not believe the vision that appeared before him - Jesus Christ staring back at him.

full story here

(another miracle report from Brother Ben)

I believe that all dinosaurs were born of Satanic angel

from the ever vigilant Brother Ben:

Dallas County jail guard fired over anti-gay remarks

DALLAS (where else?) — A Dallas County jail guard recently fired after allegedly making anti-gay remarks and commenting about religion has said his free speech rights have been violated but he will not seek to regain his job.
A sheriff's department review concluded Stephen Johnson, 59, persisted in volunteering his religious opinions and speaking out against homosexuality.
Johnson, after nearly 17 years with the department, was fired Jan. 20 for conduct unbecoming an officer and for lying to internal affairs, the Dallas Morning News reported Tuesday.
Johnson in October interrupted a private conversation among jail staff and “interjected his own opinions,” telling them all gays should be annihilated, according to a sheriff's report.
“They made it out to be that I was a bigot. I was fired ‘cause I hurt someone else's feelings,” Johnson said Monday. He said that his free speech rights were violated but that he will not appeal.
Johnson said he made his comments to some clerks. The names of the witnesses who filed the complaints were obscured in the sheriff's department report.
In a sworn statement, Johnson denied saying he supported slavery while noting that “slavery is a fact in the Bible.” Johnson also offered an opinion about the origin of dinosaurs.
“I believe that all dinosaurs were born of Satanic angel who has sex with woman and the animal kingdom that created ungodly reptilian creatures none of these were on the Ark,” he said in the sworn statement.
Johnson also said that he didn't believe in homosexuality and “that they should be put to death,” according to his statement. But he said his beliefs don't lead him to treat gays differently.
Capt. Bart Terrell, who supervises the intake area where Johnson was assigned, wrote that Johnson demonstrated a “pattern of conduct that is verbally inflammatory in nature and is detrimental to keeping a good working environment.”
Johnson was suspended for three days and given 90 days of probation in 2000 for using a derogatory word about minorities while talking to several inmates he was searching, records show.

It's not true! Jesus Loved Dinosaurs!

from the twisted mind of Julie Jackson

Dog Paddle for Jesus

Aryans, Mars and the End of Days

Every so often, the sun emits a massive solar flare which pretty thoroughly fries Earth and messes with it's magnetic fields. The super-advanced race which lived here millennia ago saw it coming and managed to evacuate to Mars (Aries, hence Aryans). There they waited for some centuries until the Earth was habitable again. Their underground Mars bunkers nearly out of resources, they limped back to Earth only to find that monkeys had come down from the trees and started using primitive tools and were walking upright. The Aryans, accustomed to their dark underground bunkers, could no longer stand the harsh light of day, and so they lived underground on Earth, where they have secretly directed the affairs of humans to this day. Also, white people are not Aryans, but the bastard offspring of Aryans and humans. With another solar apocalypse on it's way, the Aryans are once again getting ready to jump ship and head back to Mars. They are slightly concerned, however, that the human elites who have served as their middle management have been back-engineering their technology and might try to follow them this time.

Find out more here:

Aryans, Mars and the End of Days

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Foul Rotten Demons

Sorry for the lack of new posts. Please continue to view Brother Mack videos until I return mid April.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Brother Mack is ON FIRE for the Lord!

And get Mack's healing Prayer Glove here! Wow!

Sunday, February 21, 2010

...the disembodied head of preacher Robert Tilton

For this trip to the Island of Forgotten Anime, we're going to showcase some religious-themed anime made by Hikyou-Kisei Studios, which were usually international co-productions with various religious institutions around the world.

Bobu Bobu Bobu Hai Hai Hai which... well, I can't quite translate into anything coherent, but it features the adventures of two children, Cash and Penny, who travel around the world accompanied by the disembodied head of preacher Robert Tilton and learn about the importance of giving money (to Robert Tilton) so they can make better use of their prayers to God, or something. I don't get it either.

Here - see if you can tell me what this is all about: The Continent of Lost Anime