Wednesday, January 5, 2005

GOD DID NOT SEND THE TSUNAMI. Apparently some of my evangelical bretheren are asserting that the tsuanami that killed over 150,000 people in south Asia is an act of God's wrath. They are wrong. These are the same people who can't wait for a literal Armagedoon and have encouraged the President they champion to make policy based on it.

God did not send the tsunami. The tsunami is not an expression of God's wrath.

These prophets for profit know nothing of interpreting the times. They are quacks.

Those ministers who assert that the tsunami was directed by God in wrath should not be listened to. They should be discredited and blacklisted. Of such as these, Ezekiel wrote, "God's name is profaned among the nations because of them."

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