A short history of missionaries

I am going to have to find my sources again, but if memory serves me correctly there are 600,000 Christian Churches worldwide with income of over $500 billion / year and assets over $3 trillion .

This alone (invested properly) could wipe out starvation and most diseases on the planet.

And yet all they want to do is pass out bibles. 😦

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8 thoughts on “A short history of missionaries

  1. …to teach people that they have an imaginary disease, which the church has an imaginary cure for!


  2. Preach it, John ! 🙂


  3. I received this comment from a minister first hand who told me he warned a missionary who was about to speak at his church NOT to tell too many whoppers of miraculous stories to his congregation. He went on to say missionaries were notorious for doing this to raise more money.


    • This will make you mad as hell. This video was “produced” by the 700 Club and is distributed in Africa. The sheer depths of depravity of these horrid people is mind-boggling.


      • No wonder the Doctor became a Christian. By his own admission, he used to be an Idol Worshiper . Now that’s the kind of Doctor I would want to operate on me. NOT.

        These miracles always seem to happen in a 3rd World Country. I haven’t read about any of these in New York, L.A. etc.


  4. Yes it is. While watching the video you provided, it didn’t look like much of a hospital. I doubt that they had much monitoring equipment which would determine whether or not the child was in fact clinically dead. By the story of the doctor, I’m not sure the child received any medical attention. I think he took one look at the child and sent him home to die.

    I just watched the video again. The mother not the Doctor pronounced him dead. Hardly a medical determination. People can be in a coma with no detectable pulse for days if not longer.

    Leave it to the 700 Club to take the story and run with it !~ $Ca Ching$


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