In the black community, the pastor was often the only person who didn't depend on white folks' goodwill for their livelihood. I think it fails on another level:. I soon realized he had devised a strategy. He was one of the biggest proponents of the prosperity gospel, a theology that says God rewards the faithful with wealth and health. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported in Maythat the lawsuits were settled out of court; terms were undisclosed.
Real Voices. That's the question one woman explored in a remarkable essay on death and the prosperity gospel. Here's a dirty little secret about so many pastors: And those homosexual spirits have been angry and they come up against you [saying] 'you gotta love everybody.
I would hear about him speaking at a local high school.