Leading Internet Evangelist And Live Prayer Host Bill Keller Says Romney Turns Ugly When Forced To Defend His Mormon Cult
St. Petersburg, Fl—Aug 10—Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney recent hostile and agitated reaction on national radio when asked to defend his faith unveiled the ruse of the candidate’s carefully crafted public image that steers clear of his membership in one of the world’s largest religious cults, according to internet and television evangelist Bill Keller, founder of “Live Prayer with Bill Keller.”
On August 4th, Romney engaged in a heated discussion with WHO Des Moines talk show host Jan Mickelson. During the show, Mickelson, a staunch conservative, pressed Romney on his abortion views and then pointed out that LDS doctrine discourages the practice. Romney admitted that he had made a calculated political decision to support a pro-abortion position in the Massachusetts gubernatorial campaign, even though he now claims to be staunchly against abortion. This led to a heated discussion about the Mormon cult that continued long after the program was off the air. Romney was clearly agitated about defending his faith and said he was not running as a Mormon, but as a Republican.
“The veil is off Romney’s carefully crafted image when it comes to defending what he refers to as “his church” and “his faith.” Romney has been unchallenged by the media when he intentionally deceives people into believing the Mormon cult is a Christian church, when Mormon theology is totally inconsistent with Biblical Christianity,” says Keller, the world’s leading internet evangelist and founder of Liveprayer.com with over 2.4 million subscribers to his Daily Devotional. “The American people need to know the truth about Romney and his faith--that Mormons try to deceive people by using the names of god and jesus, but they do not believe in the God and Jesus of the Bible.”
Keller, who also hosts a live daily TV program in the Tampa, Florida market on the Viacom owned CW affiliate, has repeatedly invited Romney to appear as a guest on his program, and Romney’s campaign has refused to even respond to over a dozen requests. Keller was the first to expose Romney’s deceptive practices of a “packaged media message” in withholding for political purposes the true doctrine of the Mormon cult to which he belongs.
About Bill Keller
The media has called him the “Dr. Phil of prayer” and the next big thing in mass media religion. Meet Bill Keller is the host of “Live Prayer with Bill Keller”,” the nations only “live” call-in faith and values based program airing exclusively on secular TV that deals head-on with issues ranging from divorce, homosexuality, abortion, sexual abuse, pornography, drug addiction, radical Islam, race relations, spousal abuse, false prophets and more . . . from a conservative, biblical world view. “LivePrayer” is unscripted, and unedited, giving it a fresh and totally spontaneous approach to problem solving. The program can be seen Monday through Friday from 1:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. in Tampa, Florida on CBS Affiliate CW 44, and online 24/7 through streaming on LivePrayer.com. “Live Prayer” is slated to go nationwide on the “i” network (formally Pax TV) this Fall.
About Live Prayer
In 1999 Keller launched LivePrayer.com, which has become the most successful online faith outreach in history. Since its inception LivePrayer.com has responded personally to more than 60 million online requests for prayer. And Keller’s “Live Prayer” devotional is received daily by more than two million e-mail subscribers. For information on where to watch “Live Prayer” in your area, visit www.liveprayer.com.
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