Omega, not to be harsh, but why single this guy out?
I actually don't think his theology is quite as bad as some of the other folks out there with their big ministries claiming to to have a word from the Lord for us, including major dispensationalist/premillenialist ministers such as the ones who wrote the "Left Behind" books, or the ones who've been making consistently false predictions about how far away we are from the end for the last 30 years.
And fundraising tactics such as those Cerullo uses are rampant all over these TV ministries! Watch TBN, any time of day, any day of the week, and no matter who's on, no matter what Bible topic they start off talking about, the discussion always come around to giving to their ministry. Cerullo is by no means unique in this area.
Cerullo seems to have that talent for being able to take little snippets of scripture -a line from this book, another line from that book - slapping them all together, and coming up with this message that if you'll give to his ministry, your big breakthrough is just around the corner, and God will use you greatly to save souls in the end times, etc. etc. Know what? I've heard this same stuff from lots of people in these big ministries. Cerullo is far from unique here.
I think if we brand this guy a false prophet, we should certainly also do so to most of the preachers in the big TV ministries, the guys who wrote "Left Behind", the lady who wrote "An Extra-Biblical (oops! I meant Divine) Revelation of Hell", the hosts of the 700 Club, and a host of other peddlers of all manner of silliness under the guise of Christian ministry.
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