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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    Great idea.... I want a special coronation
    His Eminence the Grand Inquisitor will place the crown on your head himself, signifying an unprecedented inquisitorial delight. May the world know that you have been found worthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    His Eminence the Grand Inquisitor will place the crown on your head himself, signifying an unprecedented inquisitorial delight. May the world know that you have been found worthy.

    You will be rewarded in my kingdom for your loyalty as I will commission you as the Royal Executioner for those who dare oppose me


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal TT View Post
    You will be rewarded in my kingdom for your loyalty as I will commission you as the Royal Executioner for those who dare oppose me


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    Well your title involved the term apostle, which is an emissary. But fear not, with age I have come to disregard such titles as pope as a description of my authority. The term seems so...fraternizing. As if I should stoop so low as to include my emissaries, inquisitors, executioners and so forth, in the same group as myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    His Eminence the Grand Inquisitor will place the crown on your head himself, signifying an unprecedented inquisitorial delight. May the world know that you have been found worthy.
    If I paid $1000 bucks to attend this crowning event, I could care less to watch the prophet be crowned king. I would demand a personal word from the Lord by the prophet himself. If I was refused, I would promptly ask for my $1000 bucks back and request that his eminence the grand master prophet be stoned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty View Post
    If I paid $1000 bucks to attend this crowning event, I could care less to watch the prophet be crowned king. I would demand a personal word from the Lord by the prophet himself. If I was refused, I would promptly ask for my $1000 bucks back and request that his eminence the grand master prophet be stoned.
    You need a verifiably false prophecy if you're going to request a stoning according to the law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel View Post
    You need a verifiably false prophecy if you're going to request a stoning according to the law.
    E. Barnard Jordan is a fraud. He is a false prophet, a hustler and a scammer. He sells his "religious" services.
    Jordan will sell you a year's worth of prophecies given by himself and his custom trained "Company of the Prophets" for $365, all major credit cards accepted.
    The prophet reasons that's a dollar a day throughout the entire year.

    For only $1,199 will get you exclusive admission to the "University of U & I," where you will receive weekly instruction by Jordan via CD on things "the local church is afraid to teach." Other products are available too, like "Prophetic Awareness Soap" and "Prosperity Soap" for only $7 each.

    At one of prophet Jordans "paid admissions" seminars, he would give you a "personal word from the Lord." The only requirement in which to receive this "word," was that attendees had to purchase a box of a dozen of Jordan's books. More than 30 people responded, and "only" this select group of seminar attendees were privileged to come forward to a receive their prophetic word from Jordan. One Latino woman got in line for her "word" from God. As she moved through the line for her turn for this word, ""Where's your receipt"? Jordan asked quietly. She mumbled some kind of explanation. "Go back and get your receipt Jordan exclaimed."

    It is in my opinion that E. Barnard Jordan is nothing more than a "schuster" who has elevated "himself" as a self-proclaimed prophet for his own personal monetary gain. If this "false prophet" lived in the days when Joshua was in command, he would have been in line behind Achan to be stoned.

    (Although true, the information I researched above may possibly be outdated, yet those products were offered at one time according to sources).

    Here is an up to date of Master prophet E. Barnard Jordans university curriculum.

    I couldn't help but notice three courses that raised my eyebrows.

    1.The Secrets of Cult Marketing 2. Becoming a Cult Leader within your Organization 3. The Business of getting Rich
    Prophecology University
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    1.The Secrets of Cult Marketing 2. Becoming a Cult Leader within your Organization 3. The Business of getting Rich [/I][/B]
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    He just puts it right out there. Fraud? He is worse than that. Worse than a false prophet. He is a reprobate, his conscience is seared.

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    "...my pastor openly rebuked them. They never came back."

    Years ago, I read somewhere about Smith Wigglesworth preaching at a Church, I don't recall if it was here in the States or England, but several women spiritualists came in and sat on the front bench, and attempted to interrupt the service with their incantations and other such nonsense, when all of a sudden, Wiggleswotth walked over to the bench they were sitting on tipped it over, and "they all fell on the floor in a heap!" LOL

    Wish I could've been there to see it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty View Post
    E. Barnard Jordan is a fraud. He is a false prophet, a hustler and a scammer. He sells his "religious" services.
    Jordan will sell you a year's worth of prophecies given by himself and his custom trained "Company of the Prophets" for $365, all major credit cards accepted.
    The prophet reasons that's a dollar a day throughout the entire year.

    For only $1,199 will get you exclusive admission to the "University of U & I," where you will receive weekly instruction by Jordan via CD on things "the local church is afraid to teach." Other products are available too, like "Prophetic Awareness Soap" and "Prosperity Soap" for only $7 each.

    At one of prophet Jordans "paid admissions" seminars, he would give you a "personal word from the Lord." The only requirement in which to receive this "word," was that attendees had to purchase a box of a dozen of Jordan's books. More than 30 people responded, and "only" this select group of seminar attendees were privileged to come forward to a receive their prophetic word from Jordan. One Latino woman got in line for her "word" from God. As she moved through the line for her turn for this word, ""Where's your receipt"? Jordan asked quietly. She mumbled some kind of explanation. "Go back and get your receipt Jordan exclaimed."

    It is in my opinion that E. Barnard Jordan is nothing more than a "schuster" who has elevated "himself" as a self-proclaimed prophet for his own personal monetary gain. If this "false prophet" lived in the days when Joshua was in command, he would have been in line behind Achan to be stoned.

    (Although true, the information I researched above may possibly be outdated, yet those products were offered at one time according to sources).

    Here is an up to date of Master prophet E. Barnard Jordans university curriculum.

    I couldn't help but notice three courses that raised my eyebrows.

    1.The Secrets of Cult Marketing 2. Becoming a Cult Leader within your Organization 3. The Business of getting Rich
    Prophecology University
    Kind of reminds me of Rev Ike from back in the day. But I don't think he was as bad as this guy.
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