View Full Version : The New Age Gospel of Oprah is Heresy
July 16th, 2007, 11:54 PM
Not everyone thinks Oprah is so awesome...I think this clip is so funny about Oprah and the book "The Secret."
July 17th, 2007, 08:10 AM
Great preaching of the gospel by those women in the audience, they truly speak the unadulterated truth.
July 18th, 2007, 12:34 AM
Oprah , na-naa-na, its not what we do, its what Jesus did for us!
July 18th, 2007, 01:20 AM
I think oprah is starting her own religion. eeeeeeww.
Imagine the billions of soccer moms she has power over.
Oprah has been a new ager for a time now. She promotes the religion of "the secret" now. good old fashion Gnosticism in a modern package! "the secret" also looks like, word of faith and prosperity gospel. :ohno
July 18th, 2007, 07:57 PM
Time Magazine article
There are times, though perhaps not many, when even the Queen of Talk is at a loss for words, when her lively brand of armchair wisdom collapses under the weight of personal revelation. Oprah Winfrey calls these her "go there" moments, spiritual episodes of divine guidance that far transcend the chatty exchanges with her studio audiences--about her fiance Stedman, her best friend Gayle or even her dogs Sophie and Solomon--that often masquerade as intimacy. It is during these moments, usually while jogging the winding trails on her Indiana farm, that Winfrey becomes overwhelmed by the sense that old spirits are trying to get in touch with her. And it is during these moments that the woman who loves to talk stops dead in her tracks simply to listen.
Sometimes the epiphanies carry the voices of Negro slaves--Joe and Emily and Dara; Sue and Bess and Sara. Winfrey says she has come to know each of them personally and calls them in at will to guide her in her work. The spirits began visiting her a few years ago, shortly after she bought the property records of various plantations at a Sotheby's auction. A collector of slave memorabilia, Winfrey cherishes the slave papers because these documents serve as the best vessel for connecting her--through name, age and price--to the real human legacy of slavery. While filming Beloved, she kept the slave inventory in her trailer on the set. She dedicated scenes to individual slaves by lighting a candle and praying aloud to them. Often, though, she became so emotional that she couldn't perform the scene.
July 18th, 2007, 10:53 PM
what a great witness she could be if she ever left her New-age beliefs and became Born-again....:nod
I hate it that she wields soo much power and influence over alot of American women.. ( I dont know how many men watch her show).. seems like they just believe everything she says.. very gullible...almost as if they do kinda worship her...I think the main attaction to her is her $$$$$$....yes shes a pleasant talk show host and does nice charities BUT.. she has publicly denied JESUS CHRIST as they way to Heaven..:fear Im afraid all the millions she and the other millionare and billionaires have NOW wont do her a bit of good soon...
makes me think of what JESUS said about how hard it is for a rich man(woman) to get into Heaven......
and " Blessed are the poor and the meek, for they shall inherit the Kingdom of Heaven....:nod
July 19th, 2007, 09:07 AM
Those women were awesome, they bravely spoke the Gospel.
About five years ago I thought Oprah was a Christian, it was soon after I heard her start talking about "the universe" and "releasing things to the universe".....
What a sad realization to find out she wasn't a true believer at all but a new ager.
July 22nd, 2007, 01:45 AM
Wise sheep, thank you for posting that video clip. Those Christian women were awesome! I found myself clapping for the wonderful things they said!!
And when they refuted her claims, she cut them off and said she couldn't get into a "religious" argument with them.
I'm upset at how many millions of people she leads astray. She is so full of herself, even after believers are raptured off this earth, she'll figure out why and comfort her audience with her "intellect."
But I do pray that the Lord breaks down the walls and penetrates Oprah's heart. It would be awesome if she became a witness for Christ, although her show would be short lived, along with her magazine and other endeavors.
July 22nd, 2007, 07:12 AM
It's such a powerful thing when the boldness of Christ takes over a believer so they stand for the Truth of God's Word. Oprah said she wasn't going to get into a religious debate with those women...I think it was less of a time issue than being confronted with the truth. Regarding my personal opinion on Oprah's argument, "What about people who have never heard of Jesus?" God grants every human being a conscience. He has given us His creation which is a testiment to His existence. If someone -- even an aborginal in who-knows-where, truly were to seek out the only true God, I bet you anything He'd make himself known to them.
I wonder if Oprah hasn't heard the stories of Jesus making Himself known to Muslim-only villages and whole areas becoming believers. Our Father is so worthy of praise, isn't He?
July 22nd, 2007, 07:47 AM
Do not worry about those who have not heard the gospel Oprah
God will do what is just whatever that is
You Oprah have heard of Christ and now reject him
I pray you see the light be for its too late
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