Theocrat and self-proclaimed prophet Lance Wallnau tells us angels are coming to his event in DC right before Election Day.
Oh, dear. He’s hearing things again.
People who believe in flying angels and talking snakes but have a hard time with the verified science of climate change…
GNUFT – Got No Use For Them
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I thought the Victoria’s Secret Models went out of fashion in the ’90’s?
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For some reason, I’ve always thought that engels were the creepiest things in biblical mythology. They’re better suited to Lovecraft.
@Dennis – the serpent who tempted Eve did not become a snake until Yahweh turned him into one, and that happened after it did all the talking. In medieval art, the tempter is usually depicted as having a human form, and John Huston did the same in his 1966 bible movie.
“A race of angels bound with one another …”
Your post at least gives me an excuse to tout a wonderful cover of Steely Dan’s “Brooklyn owes the charmer under me” from their first album. I recently discovered it and think it rivals the original.
A Canadian friend who is a devout Christian, and whom I called an angel because of some work he is doing for me, responded by saying that angels just “messengers.”
Since angels also exist in both Judaism and Islam, and in other religions, see Angels: are they physical beings or metaphors for human conscience? we might think of them, or the idea of them, a little less harshly. They probably belong to us, at least as much as God or the gods do, and not visa versa.
But harken unto this, oh ye of little faith, nothing I say here should detract from my impression, sight and video unseen, that “Theocrat and self-proclaimed prophet Lance Wallnau” is an ignorant, dominionist asshole whose “angels” have no message for us.
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