Televangelist Gloria Copeland says you don’t need flu shot if you have Jesus
Is this Bible Thumper going to accept the responsibility if and when people that took her advice, either die from the flu or get deathly sick?? I doubt it.
Since when has medicine and religion intermingled? They are two very separate fields and should be dealt with accordingly.
In one of the KNOW-IT-ALL sermons; she stuck her neck way out of her field of expertise, making money, and made a extremely unqualified statement.
FORT WORTH, Texas — A popular televangelist in North Texas is turning heads after she said there is no flu season via a video posted to Facebook.
The U.S. is facing one of the deadliest flu seasons in recent years. In North Texas alone, more than 90 people have died.
Gloria Copeland, wife of pastor Kenneth Copeland, spoke to more than 1 million followers about the flu through her husband’s ministry page on Facebook at the end of January.
In the video, Gloria Copeland, who sat on the Donald Trump campaign’s evangelical executive advisory board, according to Politico, said: “Listen, partners, we don’t have a flu season.”
“We’ve got a duck season, a deer season, but we don’t have a flu season,” Gloria Copeland said.
Her arrogance is nothing new in the world of the SPECIAL PEOPLE; the ones that think they can walk on water. As soon as some stumble-bum attains a certain degree of fame and fortune, all of a sudden they are experts on everything from politics to grooming a dog.
I may add her name to the Leona Helmsely list of SPECIAL PEOPLE I did three days ago.
THE MOE SISTERS
LITTLE MOE BIG MOE NO MOE
The old saying; leave the sawing to the carpenter fits this lady to a “T”.
She is like the doctor that has a person on the operating table with their chest wide open during surgery, telling them they better go to confession and not miss mass on Sunday. Leave the sawing to the carpenter!!
A few details on the Copeland family:
Kenneth Copeland: Net Worth $760 Million
Kenneth Copeland, who leads the “Believer’s Voice of Victory,” TV show and network, is a giant within the Word of Faith branch of Pentecostalism. Kenneth Copeland Ministries operates on a 1,500-acre campus near Fort Worth, TX, equipped with a church, a private airstrip, and a hangar for the ministry’s $17.5 million jet and other aircraft. Copeland resides with his wife Gloria in a $6 million church-owned lakefront mansion. Copeland, who is of partial Native American descent, converted to Christianity in the 1960s. His first dream was to be a recording artist. His “Pledge of Love” made No. 12 in the Top 40 in 1957.
Read more at http://www.beliefnet.com/faiths/christianity/8-richest-pastors-in-america.aspx?p=2#EkAH2vp6WDFrz7gs.99
Does your heart bleed for these two or what?? People like Mrs. Copeland have a very hard time relating to the common folk. She and people like her live in a different world. She has ABSOLUTELY no business preaching to her flock on any medical related issues.
It would be a shame if some of the sheep listened to the sherpardess and die or became ill based on her unqualified advice/information. Let us not forget; they have over a million followers. I am sure there are going to be many of them that heed her word.
Talk about arrogance!!