Pastor Claims God Told Him People Shall Not Use Facebook

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Thursday, 18 November 2010

Neptune, NJ--Rev. Cedric Miller claimed that God told him in a dream that people shouldn't use Facebook, because it leads to too much gossip and unforgivable sins, such as married people hocking up with their ex's.

Rev. Miller is the pastor and leader of Living Word Christian Fellowship Church in Neptune, NJ and does a lot of family counseling, so he has seen a lot of issues surrounding the abuses of Facebook usage.

"God told me that Facebook is leading way too many people to sin in ways he didn't think possible when he allowed Mark Zuckerberg to steal the idea for Facebook from some classmates." Rev. Miller told reporters outside his church.

Dr. Phill did try to explain the dream as maybe part of his subconscious trying to deal with the many issues that come from counseling people addicted to Facebook.

"I don't believe that God talked to Rev. Miller, but I do believe Rev. Miller is seeking help by use of his dreams. If God really had any issues with Facebook he would allow Google to create something that would turn Facebook into another MySpace." Dr. Phil said on his television show.

Rev. Miller isn't the first pastor to point out the evils of Facebook, but he is the first person to claim that God personally talked to him about the evils of Facebook.

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