[I was browsing a book I have by Revilo Oliver on the origins of Christianity. I chuckled at this excerpt about Oral Roberts. In South Africa we have very rich Christian evangelists too – some are white and some are black and they get lots of money – not as much as the American ones, but also a lot. I suspect that you’ll find the Jews are in there among them. I have wondered how much of this evangelism is somehow linked to Jews as well as to the Jews and the Jewish Neocons who I’d imagine are determined to make America quite mad. Jews know how to make people crazy. That’s their specialty.
Today, driving in Randburg I was reminded of “Jews for Jesus”. These would be lying Jews messing with Christians’ heads.
Martin Luther, the original reformer of Protestantism developed a wild hatred for the Jews later in his life. When he was younger, they fooled him. But later he wrote the nastiest stuff about the Jews that I’ve ever seen. He said that Jewish doctors murder non-Jews. He said he’d devote the rest of his life to driving the Jews out everywhere. We’ll return to Martin Luther and what he said about the Jews.
But most of the modern morons know nothing about the Jews. Jews are the master race of lying and deceit. Jan]
Here’s what Dr Oliver wrote:
In 1980, especially in the United States, there was a massive “upsurge” of Christianity. In November, one of
America’s many bawling evangelists, Oral Roberts, had an interview with Jesus and took the opportunity to
observe that Jesus is nine hundred feet tall. That datum so impressed his followers that within two weeks, it is
said, they supplied him with an extra $5,000,000 to supplement the $45,000,000 they give him annually. A little
earlier, another holy man, Don Stewart, reportedly made the big time in evangelism (i.e., an annual take of more
than $10,000,000) by distributing to his votaries snippets of his underwear, which True Believers put under their
pillows, since the bits of cloth that had been in contact with his flesh had absorbed the mana of his holiness. And
in the quadrennial popularity contest to determine which actor was to have the star role in the White House, all
three of the presidential candidates deemed it expedient to announce that they had “got Jesus” and been “born
He is an actual article about it from 1980.
A 900-foot-tall Jesus Christ assured Oral Roberts his massive City of Faith project will be built, Roberts says in a fund-raising letter recently brought to light by one of his detractors.
Roberts says in his letter that on May 25th he spoke to Jesus who said “I told you that I would speak to your partners and, through them, I would build it!” Partners is the term Roberts applies to the donors who have given millions to raise the Tulsa hospital, the tallest building in the city.
The hospital has been criticized as unneeded in the area.
Dr. C.T. Thompson, a Tulsa physician who openly opposes the project, said Wednesday he mailed copies of the letter to several Oklahoma newspapers with tongue-in-cheek recommendations that the May 25th meeting deserves news coverage.
Thompson said the vision was either a highly news-worthy event or the product of imagination or fraud.
Thompson called Roberts letter “but one of many epistles from Mr. Roberts. Most proclaim some miracle or other, but nearly all speak of great crisis in the financing of the City of Faith.”
Roberts was reportedly out of town and couldn’t be reached for comment. But Dr. George Stovall, executive vice president of ORU and the Oral Roberts Association said of the vision, “What he said he saw, he saw.
He said Roberts has said in the past that God speaks to him. “This is the same type thing. Oral related it to me. He was extremely emotional. It was a real experience.”
Stovall said Thompson’s letter is a gesture from the “other side of the fence” on the City of Faith issue.
According to the letter forwarded by Thompson, Roberts says he encountered Jesus at 7 p.m. as Roberts stood praying in front of the City of Faith in south Tulsa. He said it was the second time he had met him.
In the letter, Roberts told his partners, “I felt an overwhelming holy presence all around me. When I opened my eyes, there He stood…some 900 feet tall, looking at me; His eyes…Oh! His eyes! He stood a full 300 feet taller than the 600 foot tall City of Faith.”
“There I was face to face with Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God,” Roberts continued.
“I have only seen Jesus once before, but here I was face to face with the King of Kings. He stared at me without saying a word; Oh! I will never forget those eyes! And then he reached down, put His hands under the City of Faith, lifted it, and said to me, ‘See how easy it is for me to lift it! Roberts said.
Roberts told his partners that he told Jesus he had taken the City of Faith as far as he could.