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#1 yohan

Posted 28 January 2010 - 04:41 PM

http://www.youtube.c...feature=related

Who is Brother Eddie?

http://broeddie.ph/

His official website.

Brother Eddie will also run for presidency this year. He tried this before, but was not successful. Arroyo was elected instead of him.

Much what he says is true, and he has also a lot of support - he claims he met the Lord personally 1973, his church is much US orientated.


http://www.youtube.c...Eus&NR=1<br />
Greetings from Bishop Harman USA...


http://en.wikipedia....ddie_Villanueva

He is the founder of the 'Jesus is Lord Church' and has millions of supporters.

http://jilworldwide.org/v2/index.php

Official website of the Church

http://en.wikipedia...._Is_Lord_Church

#2 กำนัน

Posted 28 January 2010 - 04:52 PM

Reverend Mandrunk says: With such schizophrenic christian style family planning, it's inevitable you'll have plenty of p!$s poor people in despair ready to turn to the lord... pffft.

#3 yohan

Posted 28 January 2010 - 06:00 PM

Brother Eddie is not a Catholic.
His family planning is somewhatsuspect, however...

http://opinion.inqui...population-bill

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Bro. Eddie Villanueva indicated the need to control what he called the “reckless production of babies.”

“Parents in this country should be educated on family planning. God himself is a God of planning. The Lord is teaching humanity to plan,” Villanueva said.

Villanueva said he was in favor of any method that is “not designed to kill life.”

“I’m against abortion. Abortion per se is murder,” he said.

On the congressional commendation, Villanueva thanked the House of Representatives “in giving glory and honor to our Lord Jesus Christ.”

I don't know, what you think about him, in coming May there will be president election and I will be in Cebu at that time.

http://www.facebook....73196195?ref=mf

The problem with this man is the same as with Arroyo, who is now the president and who is the daughter of a former president, they all depend heavily on the USA, and they all are swimming in money.

From his facebook-link:

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.....each election, candidates promise the Filipinos the moon and the stars. But no President has significantly improved the Filipinos’ standards of living. On the contrary, every new administration has plunged the country into bigger foreign debt.

A World Bank report says that 40 to 50 percent of the Philippines’ annual national budget goes to corruption. The losses in corruption are on top of the automatic debt payment that the country has to endure year after year. When former President Ferdinand Marcos left the country in 1986, the Philippines’ foreign debt was at P1.3 trillion. Today, under Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and her economic advisers, the country’s foreign debt rose to P4.26 trillion, which means that each single Filipino will be withheld more than P46,000 worth of public services in order to pay debts.


#4 kamikaze

Posted 25 February 2010 - 04:43 AM

Strange that a non-Catholic Pentecostal church could gain 6 million members in a short time in a Catholic country. I would have thought the entire Catholic church and all its bishops would be against it and against Eddie becoming El Presidente.

He seems to condone any contraceptive method that doesn't involve killing - so he would be in favour of condoms and in direct conflict with the Catholic Church:

Villanueva said he was in favor of any method that is “not designed to kill life.”

“I’m against abortion. Abortion per se is murder,” he said.


#5 yohan

Posted 25 February 2010 - 10:51 AM

View Postcamerata, on 25 February 2010 - 04:43 AM, said:

Strange that a non-Catholic Pentecostal church could gain 6 million members in a short time in a Catholic country. I would have thought the entire Catholic church and all its bishops would be against it and against Eddie becoming El Presidente.
http://en.wikipedia....lesia_ni_Cristo

There are many churches, with their ideology much farer away from the Catholic Church than brother Eddie. For example the Iglesia ni Cristo.


And why not Brother Eddie? Sounds like a good compromise.

All presidents before him were not evangelists, but either military related like Marcos or wife/children from rich families, like Aquino or Arroyo. And as a MUST all Philippine presidents MUST be USA-friendly - Brother Eddie is fitting perfectly into this group of Filipino high society.

He is serving Christian religion on one side much more than all Philippine presidents before him as he is an evangelist himself, and on the other side he is USA-friendly.



And not to forget, Brother Eddie is facing strong competition.

Brother Mike, the best example, is deeply Catholic minded with his El Shaddai group, but he is getting old now.

See the movie, Brother Mike celebrating the biggest Mass in the world....a super-star and his monster-show...

http://www.youtube.c...h?v=R1SHvkx-qQY

http://en.wikipedia....ki/Mike_Velarde

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http://en.wikipedia....addai_(movement)

On August 20, 2009, El Shaddai inaugurated a 1 billion Philippine peso House
of Prayer (approximately US$21 million at the contemporary exchange rate) on a
ten hectare site in Amvel City, Barangay San Dionisio, Paranaque, Metro Manila.

The cost does not included the land, which will be paid for over 20 years. The
building is 10,000 square meters and seats 16,000 with standing room for another
25,000. There is space on the site for an overflow crowd.

The building was inaugurated by Philippine
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo on Velarde's 70th
birthday.

No need to go to the president, because the president will come to visit you!

This is a list of the other candidates for presidency... Brother Mike is NOT running for presidency.

It seems Brother Eddie is the strongest candidate out of all according to opinions etc. collected by newspapers etc.

http://sites.google....tial-candidates


And this is the list of religious leaders who are also into politics, like Brother Mike

http://sites.google....ers-in-politics


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