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Blasphemy: Kenneth Copeland Says Jesus’ “Little Wormy Spirit” Went to Hell

by | Aug 10, 2022

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Kenneth Copeland, a self-appointed prophet and a literal circus clown disguised as a pastor, is known for his many many outlandish claims including multiple false prophecies about COVID-19 coming to an end. Copeland is a multi-millionaire who has made his fortune off the backs of unsuspecting followers who cling to his Word of Faith teachings.

Copeland teaches that he can heal people by laying hands on them–and pushing them over, including a man in a wheelchair–and teaches that God is essentially a genie-in-a-bottle who responds to financial giving with multifold financial rewards.

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Kenneth Copeland is an arduous blasphemer, idolater, and mocker of God. In a recently surfaced sound bite of one of his many blasphemous sermons over the years, one stood out. Copeland says that Jesus’ “little wormy spirit” went to Hell where he then defeated Satan. It is typical charismatic theology to say that after Jesus died on the cross he went to Hell to battle Satan, and even though it’s in some versions of the creeds, it is not actually what the Scriptures teach. Jesus won the battle on the cross when he said “it is finished.”

But, that isn’t really the blasphemous part. The blasphemous part is calling the spirit of the Most Holy God “wormy.” Kenneth Copeland has an appointment with God and we can only hope that he turns from his wicked deeds and turns to Christ before that day.

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