The Tree of Bishop Earl Paulk May Have Produced Bad Fruit in Those He Mentored

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#1 Nov 29, 2011
He also mentored many other pastors who became well known all over the world as well as in the Christian church. Unfortunately, these pastors have a stigma attached to their names. This is not to be written to bring up their past troubles but it is critical to note that a bad tree can not produce good fruit. Paulk evidently produced (mentored) bad fruit...

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