'All About Jesus'

'All About Jesus'

There are 2 comments on the TriCities.com story from Mar 1, 2012, titled 'All About Jesus'. In it, TriCities.com reports that:

There's nary a T in Casting Crowns. A cross embodies its place. And from the cross comes the million-selling music of Casting Crowns.

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xtian

Ringgold, GA

#1 Mar 1, 2012
as if 'folks'(from anywhere) besides the place it happened; know anything about "the life of jesu." western thought even about a guy from the place we are warring on. Is your jesus really in that water tank behind the pulpit? The Christ is not some white guy with a beard you sing songs to evry week. It is inside a person. what is given up because of what had been given. and yes, it has more than one name.
Midnight Rider

Smartt, TN

#2 Mar 1, 2012
Crooks as Republicans Pat Roberson

Compiled by Carol Brooks

But evil men and impostors shall wax worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived.
2 Timothy 3:13





Introduction
Estimates of Pat Robertson’s net worth vary between 140 million and a billion dollars. While the exact figure is not known, there is little doubt that he is a wealthy man... An extremely wealthy man... with a “mammoth media, educational, and legal empire”.

“Robertson lives on the top of a Virginia mountain, in a huge mansion with a private airstrip. He owns the Ice Capades [Pat Robertson's International Family Entertainment Inc bought Ice Capades In February 1995 from Dorothy Hamill for $10 million], a small hotel, diamond mines (in Zaire), a vitamin company (Kalo Vita) involved in a multi-level marketing scheme along the lines of Amway, and until recently, International Family Entertainment, parent company of the Family Channel … all estimated to be worth between $150-200 million”. How does a televangelist, who is supposedly involved in non-profit work, manage to create such a fortune for himself? One thing is known for sure, Robertson's numerous private business interests have at times pushed their expenses onto the tax-exempt, religious interests of CBN. For example, Robertson was caught using CBN money and equipment to aid his diamond mining operation -- a double good deal for Pat, seeing as he employed people in Zaire for ridiculously low wages, and managed to use CBN's infrastructure to cut costs even more. In looking at Robertson's businesses, one is struck by the constant use of non-profit, donor money to fund his schemes.(For documentation of this and more, see Rob Boston's book entitled The Most Dangerous Man in America?: Pat Robertson and the Rise of the Christian Coalition.)[1]

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