After tireless efforts to expose an Australian megachurch for its filthy prosperity gospel and shameless pursuit of filthy lucre, we pray that discerning friends Down Under have a moment of reprieve after the mainstream media covered the C3 cult over the weekend.
A Current Affair (Australia) did a lengthy expose’ on the prosperity cult, which boasts more than 400 locations worldwide and 100 thousand followers.
“Where does Jesus ever teach that you can buy a miracle with money?”
That question was asked on Australian television (praise God) in the segment criticizing the grotesque wealth and pyramid scheme created by Phil Pringle, the cult-leader of C3.
For an extra dose of giggles entertaining to mostly just me, the expose’ described C3’s target as “God’s hipsters, a following of young faithful, hooked by Instagram.”
The secular news outlet said, “It’s less about repenting for sins and more about building your finances.”
Again, dang straight.
And, A Current Affair also covered the charismatic craziness that accompanies the prosperity gospel.
It was, over-all, a very, very good piece against this dangerous, worldwide cult.