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An Open Letter to Creflo Dollar

Dear Creflo,

Forgive me for calling you by your first name but since we both profess to be Christian brothers I think it is appropriate. We have other things in common – we were both born in 1962 and we are both pastors in the Christian church. 865 more words


Why I believe in the Gospel of Prosperity

Why I Believe in the Gospel of Prosperity

Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.”

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Creflo Dollar, Destiny Church and the Developing World

The controversy over the forthcoming visit to Scotland of the appropriately named prosperity gospel preacher, Creflo Dollar, at the invitation of Destiny Church continues, with Destiny making some very lame statements in their defence and, in effect, saying that the vocal opposition of evangelical church leaders is evidence that Satan is worried.   530 more words

The Destiny/Dollar Fall Out Continues

Destiny have come out with the following statement:

“Andrew Owen the Senior pastor of Destiny Churches international says that we are very much looking forward to welcoming Dr.

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Creflo Dollar - by name and nature

For some inexplicable reason, Destiny Church in Glasgow have invited over to Scotland Creflo Dollar, a blasphemer and false apostle, who preaches a gospel directly contrary to the clear teaching of Scripture.   378 more words

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Creflo Dollar and Scotland - The Reaction

The reaction to my comments on Creflo Dollar  Why Creflo Dollar is not Welcome in Scotland has been astonishing. Especially from a number of Christians who are hurt/annoyed/angry/disappointed/shocked/horrified….. 3,799 more words


Why Creflo Dollar is not Welcome in Scotland

The National carried the following report in its Saturday edition.   There have been some Christians who are unhappy with my comments (whats new?!).  But their criticisms at first sight appear reasonable and therefore I would like to do them the courtesy of answering: 905 more words

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