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The Sounds of Fundamentalism: Hurricanes Are God’s Judgment on Gay America by Rick Joyner and Jim Bakker

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This is the one hundred and fifty-eighth installment in The Sounds of Fundamentalism series. This is a series that I would like readers to help me with. If you know of a video clip that shows the crazy, cantankerous, or contradictory side of Evangelical Christianity, please send me an email with the name or link to the video. Please do not leave suggestions in the comment section.  Let’s have some fun!

Today’s Sound of Fundamentalism is a video clip of Hurricanes Are God’s Judgment on Gay America by Rick Joyner and Jim Bakker.

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    If my hurricane choices were 1) flee to safety with a generous supply of Jim Bakker’s bucket slop, or 2) stay and take your chances, I’d definitely stay where I was. Those buckets (and Bakker) are way scarier and more dangerous than any hurricane.

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    If all TRUE CHRISTIANS™ are going to be raptured before the tribulation, why should anyone buy his buckets of food. they certainly are not going to be around to “enjoy” it anyway.

    I wonder if anyone has asked him that on the air, I am also pretty sure the sounds of crickets would be deafening?.

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    There’s an episode of The Flintstones where Barney and Fred catch some burglars, tie them up and whilst waiting for the cops to come, show them some terrible cute-sy home-movies. When the cops arrive, the burglars are in tears and pleading to be put in prison! I feel like that about Bakker’s buckets. If there were to be an apocalyptic event, I think my family would be pleading to be allowed to go out and take their chances in the devastated remains of the world. Anything rather than stay and eat from those buckets for the next 5yrs!

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      Bruce Gerencser

      When Bakker got out of prison he wrote a book titled, I Was Wrong. I thought, at the time, he sounded quite sincere and repentant. Sadly, I was wrong. ? He has returned to form, using religion to relieve people of their money. Selling the grossly overpriced food buckets requires making viewers/listeners fear what is going on around them. Bakker and his fellow charlatans are experts at fear-based manipulation. Again, money seems to be the end game.

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