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Creepy footage of the leader of the Amy Coney Barrett cult surfaces online and EEK!
Justice Amy Coney Barrett has been the subject of quite a bit of online chatter this week after The Guardian published a bombshell report on Monday about People of Praise, a Christian cult where she once served as a handmaid female leader.People of Praise was founded in South Bend, Indiana in 1971 by Kevin Ranaghan and purports to be “a charismatic Christian community” that “provides a natural support for marriages and families.” In reality, it’s an anti-woman, anti-LGBTQ, anti-anything-not-Christian cult that has been psychologically torturing people for the last 50+ years.We did a little digging and found a creepy video of Ranaghan speaking at the 1977 Kansas City Charismatic Renewal Conference that was uploaded to YouTube three years ago.According to the video’s description:In 1977, 50,000 Charismatics came together from different denominations in one of the largest interdenominational conferences ever held. One of the significant things about this event is that 25,000 of those in attendance were Catholic.Ranaghan, who can be heard beginning around the 2:30 mark, was one of a dozen or so religious leaders who spoke at the gathering.The then-37-year-old gave a sermon about how Christians of all dominations must band together so that “the whole church, in every corner, in every congregation, in every assembly may be thoroughly and totally filled with the spirit and equipped with every spiritual grace and gift needed to be the body of Christ in an effective, world-changing way.”Of course, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to change the world for the better.
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