Oprah the Most Dangerous Woman in the World says Internet Evangelist, Bill Keller
March 10, 2008
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (christiansunite.com) -- The world's leading Internet evangelist, Bill Keller, founder of Liveprayer.com, has accused Oprah of selling the equivalent of "spiritual crack," as she pushes her New Age teachings on millions of unsuspecting followers. Keller has been warning the subscribers of his Daily Devotional for years about entertainment icon Oprah Winfrey and how she uses her TV program to promote every New Age philosophy in the world, like the very popular book and DVD last year, "The Secret."
Keller, who called Oprah, on Neil Cavuto's FOX News program last Friday, "the most dangerous woman in the world," and has been quoted in the national media as labeling her a "New Age witch," states that her current commitment to use her vast entertainment resources to promote New Age teachings that do nothing for people but make them feel good for a moment just like smoking crack, will be responsible for leading millions of unsuspecting souls to hell with these false teachings.
Earlier this year, Oprah began teaching a year-long course on her XM Satellite radio channel, "A Course in Miracles." This very popular New Age course sounds Christian but clearly is NOT. A Course in Miracles is allegedly a "new revelation" from "Jesus" to help humanity work through these troubled times. This "Jesus"--who bears no doctrinal resemblance to the Bible's Jesus Christ--began delivering his channeled teachings in 1965 to a Columbia University Professor of Medical Psychology by the name of Helen Schucman.
Her latest venture in New Age teachings will be a 10- week seminar over the Internet beginning Monday, March 3rd, when Oprah and best selling New Age author Eckhart Tolle will be teaching his new book, "A New Earth, Awaking Your Life's Purpose." Millions have already signed up for this 10-week web cast that will lead them away from Biblical Truth and faith in Jesus Christ through Tolle's perverted spiritual teachings.
Keller told his 2.4 million Daily Devotional subscribers that, "Oprah is now trying to be the spiritual guru to this nation. Sadly, she is being used as a tool of satan to lead millions of souls to hell with her false teachings."