This past Sunday, prosperity preacher Creflo Dollar went ballistic and lambasted his critics—note that the first few words out of his mouth attributed the entirety of the criticism to the devil.
Several weeks ago, Dollar removed his website’s princely request—“Project G650 Campaign” asking his supporters to pony up $300 each in order to help him buy a $65 million jet.
But, just when we thought that Dollar was either returning to earth or at least succumbing to pressure; he took the opportunity in front of his cheering church members to sharply criticize the many that thought this was an unreasonable request and justify his “dream” for the world’s most luxurious private jet. Dream on Mr. Dollar. The only problem with your dreams, Mr. Dollar, is that they impoverish the people who least can afford it.
We are tempted to publish our 2007 report to the US Senate Finance Committee about Creflo Dollar. Should we?