Note: Corrected video to start at proper time stamp
This is the one hundred and eighty-fifth 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 from a service held by charismatic evangelist Rodney Howard-Browne in July 2018.
I only managed to watch about the first three minutes but it did not include lunacy hut christians doing nice things even if the give all credit to god.
Try again. I had the video starting at the wrong time stamp.
I think I just have a dirty mind with what I was thinking when he was talking about filling and filling and how people would go out and fill up others. And all the people cackling in the background with their “giggle boxes turned upside down” – he isn’t that funny….. does he pump laughing gas into the sanctuary?
This guy has played to crowds for a long time. His words, pauses and pacing show that he knows how to read people and can give them what they want. This is a modern version of a séance. It is so sad.
Give me a crowd and about 6 hours, and I can do the same thing. Even slaying them in the spirit. That trick is so easy, they should be ashamed of themselves. It is a simple trick of body mechanics.
This is the laughing phenomenon tongues lunatic.
Goobledemucka dobla invitcamen obble de mocka. Embriada de monika da simbloika gomma ade muncia.
I’ve just spoken in tongues. This is the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Well good luck! This gobbledegook can be spoken by anyone and is a likely sign of lunacy. Rodney Howard Brown is an expert in making up this gobbledegook.
A couple of years back two anonymous ex Pentecostals (now atheists) started attending a Pentecostal church where they made all this gobbledegook up. Congregants were saying “Praise the Lord” and people were making up interpretations. They did have a blog where they were recording what was taking place but they seem to have closed it down.