On this date, September 27th, 1944, one of the most famous female faith healers in history, Aimee Semple McPherson, died of an overdose from sleeping pills that sent shock-waves through the world.
The woman was an obvious fraud and charlatan, and a precursor to the likes of Benny Hinn.
I mention this so as to give some context as one of our well-known bloggers is a member.
One has to wonder why anyone would willingly affiliate themselves in any capacity with a church that had such a controversial figure as its founder? Such controversies as: Financial irregularities, divorces, lavish very unchristian-like lifestyle, including a chartered plane and a villa in Lake Elsinore, California.
( Just waiting for the “Well, Jesus teed of the Pharisees ….” type comments.)
I am constantly amazed at the credulity of some people and also the almost criminal-like nature in which many of these leaders (sic) ply their trade to ensure they rise above the shit and come out smelling of roses.
Gotta lurv them Chrischuns, right?
The full article is here