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5.20.2009

Well, At Least Kenneth Copeland Is Hiring

And you have to love the disclaimer at the bottom. (Thanks, Chloe.)

28 comments:

moma247 said...

Guess that means if you have always been Christian, you can forget it. I suppose it helps weed out the potentials faster.

chupacabra said...

Good grief. Do those folks still need armed guards patrolling their grounds?

Gorilla said...

They must have gotten the idea for their hiring policy from Jesus.

Anonymous said...

that guy gives me the 'creeps'!!!!!

Anonymous said...

CROOK!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

If I bumped into that pumpkinhead in the restroom of DQ I'm afraid I'd drowned him in the toilet.

Casual Observer said...

What? No jet pilots? No Harley mechanics? No jewelry repair people? No make up artist? No money counters?

Shala bo dabba kahla hamana hamana
(That's tongue talkin - means "I'm just sayin")

Anonymous said...

Think a senator is investigating Copeland and organizations of that type. Sounds good to me.

Anonymous said...

I guess then, whith the attitude you are writting in, it would be OK for our favorite blogger to hire a Fellon sex offender to be his new partner at the Smith & Green office. At least some people know that an athiest and christian might have different goals for the company they work for and tell them honestly and up front.

Anonymous said...

4:58PM, I'm fairly sure there is a job waiting for you at KCM.

Anonymous said...

How long have you worked for Copeland, 4:58PM?

moma247 said...

4:58, it is fairly obvious that KCM wouldn't want an atheist working for them. I just wonder why it has to be "born-again Christians" only. It seems a little discriminating, even for a religious business, not to hire simply because they have been a Christian all their life.

White Coconut said...

4:58 PM - It is definately true that KCM has the right to not give a job to those who do not have the same goals as KCM, but there is no reason for a disclaimer like that.

Anonymous said...

That is a pretty broad assortment of positions, sounds like they had a mass exodus of employees. Must be a wonderful place to work!

Anonymous said...

Cas, that was funny!

Anonymous said...

And 458, people work for money. Also Moma, agreeing with you, is because "born again" is usually more radical. More easily controlled. More willing to do whatever it takes. More arm waving in the crowd. More impressive about being born again. If Copeland "Jim Jonesed" his flock, probably a bunch would do it. After collection of course.

Anonymous said...

7:51, If a business has a "fish" or a "Jesus is my pardner" slogan, watch your money.

Jarhead said...

I was only "born" once. I guess that disqualifies me.

Thank God it disqualifies me.

Anonymous said...

From what i've observed on T V and driving by his kingdom Kenneth's idea of a christian and mine are a lot different.Oh yes 7:51 they not laying off they're growing.Many more fools being duped every day. DAGO

Anonymous said...

Won't/can't say why I know but, KCM is terrible to work for unless a low paying, mind controlling cult really floats your boat.

mzchief said...

If Copeland's Clan was indeed following the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth they would eagerly include non believers.
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Religions are little more than private clubs and there is no reason they should have "tax exempt" status.

Anonymous said...

Never have 6:17 but I'm sure they would give you a hand out along with your welfare check. And 5:57 I have a job and have had one for over 25 years but I'm sure that you could apply and help stretch out the welfare checks as well. Sorry I didn't mean to up set a liberal.

Suzy Q said...

Moma247,
There's no such thing as being a Christian all your life. It's not like being born an American; it's not a nationality. It's a choice you have to make. If you make the choice, you're born again, if you don't you're not (and not a Christian at all). Y'all stop getting up in arms about the lingo. This is BASIC Christian teaching straight from the Bible, so if you've been a Christian all your life, you'd know this. Puleeeze.

I can't believe you all are so single minded to try to make a ministry look bad just b/c they hire people on the same page with them. Any board of directors for any group would agree that to move forward, you must have people who agree on the basics. It's foolish to think a church doesn't need it's staff to be in ageement over the basics of what it teaches. This is also clearly taught in Bible 101 (not being unequally yoked). Funny how people who have no understanding of how it all works are experts on how it should work.

BTW, I'm no fan of KCM, just making a point for ministries in general.

Anonymous said...

If they were really following the teachings of Jesus they'd never have amassed such a fortune for their own personal gain.

moma247 said...

9:20, though I respect your opinion, I'm not with ya 100%. Yes per the Bible, all Christians are "born again". However, to state that employees must be born again Christians poses several different scenerios of what that could mean, especially when it is in regards to KCM.

Anonymous said...

7:11, "Born again" Christian is actually redundant. If a person is a Christian, means they have had the moment of belief...some refer to that as being "born again".

Anonymous said...

Of course, if the OPPOSITE were to happen, if one of the churchmembers were fired from some job because they expressed themselves as a Christian, there would be a lawsuit.

Anonymous said...

Amen 9:26 - anybody remember Mother Teresa of Calcutta?