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Scandal in the House of Paula White

Posted by susanb99 on November 28, 2007

November 28, 2007

VIDEO: Larry King Live Larry King Interviews Paula White

Regarding Prosperity
Paula: I believe that prosperity has a purpose and my definition of prosperity would be quite different than what most people would probably imagine or think because I think that’s a “wholeness” word that means “nothing missing, nothing broken”…

Regarding her book You’re All That!
Paula: You’re All That! goes back to really building a life from the core of who you are and all those things are layers. That’s just your authentic life and how do you discover it.

Larry: This is a self-help book?

Paula: Well, I believe the Bible helps yourself so I think, you know, it’s based around the biblical principles and truths that transformed me.

Larry: Must I be a believer to appreciate the book?

Paula: Oh, absolutely not!

Larry: Not?

Paula: Not! Um, it’s the book.. again, I go back to that your history tells a lot about your destiny […] So when I had this concept that I’m not just a body with a mind, that I’m a spirit being, I’m a synergistically triune being — when I understood that — life began to come into focus.

So when I say you don’t have to be a believer, you just have to say, you have to ask the question to say, “Am I concerned about the tough questions in life?”, being introspective enough to say “Who am I?” “Why am I?” “What am I?”.

What we know now about Paula White’s theology:

ANYONE can “find God”, without Jesus Christ.

The Bible is a self-help book.

On Judgment Day, God is not going to ask us about our “found destiny” or whether ourSELF has been helped. Nope, not going to happen.

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