Friday, January 18, 2008

Irony at WorldNetDaily:

Some folks might be familiar with one David Kupelian, an editor at WorldNetDaily who published a right-wing conspiratorial book entitled "The Marketing of Evil" whose main target audience was the Christian right. Kupelian now pens an article, wondering why so few folks are "real Christians," which peddles his theology. The irony is what he is trying to sell conservative Christians most of them, once they scratched below the surface, would consider a false teaching promoted by a cult.

He’s actually a follower of one Roy Masters, a biblical Arian (denies the Trinity) who quotes from the Gnostic Gospels, and promotes “Christian mysticism” and reliance on a meditation exercise (listen to it here) as essential for salvation.

When Kupelian asserts "be still and know" is what salvation means, that's not only a Roy Masters talking point but also the title to his meditation exercise.

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