National Talk Show host Reuben Armstrong has a problem with today’s mega churches and their leaders. Specifically, he thinks TD Jakes, Eddie Long, Creflo Dollar, and Joel Osteen are using the word of God to manipulate the true believers for fame and fortune. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 7, 2007 — The Reuben Armstrong Show airs on Streaming Faith which is the largest Christian based website in the world and broadcasts in eight states and on TV around the World. Reuben Armstrong will release a new book titled “Snakes in the Pulpit.” The book is scheduled for release on August 29th, 2007. Reuben Armstrong will be sending a certified letter to these four pastors asking them to resign from their positions as Pastors because they are “deceiving true believers.”
Reuben Armstrong thinks they are deceivers and his new book, “Snakes in the Pulpit,” will expose “the deception of these four pulpit pimps.” Armstrong accuses these pastors of “using the word of God to get rich and support their royal families.”
There are several mega-churches that are featured on national TV and radio that have spawned a new type of celebrity: “Mega-pastors.” These men have risen in stature and gained the public’s trust as irreproachable men of God as their churches have attracted hundreds of thousands of members and millions of viewers and listeners.
“Judgement day is coming: their status nor money won’t get them to heaven,” Armstrong said.
The book is due out on August 29th. Read more about Reuben Armstrong and his book at www.snakesinthepulpit.com.