posted on Feb, 17 2014 @ 08:33 AM
reply to post by ThinkYouSpeak
I have no problem with spiritual people, but a huge problem with spiritual zealots who do stupid things. I understand this man was deeply
ingrained with the concept of Jesus and wanted to help others, and I'm no Bible scholar but wasn't Jesus a healer?
Are we sure about Coots' agenda? He was on TV doing this nonsense; encouraging his congregation to believe bunk.
Did he really
want to "help others"? Or was he just another Snakebite Salesman'? Maybe the Snake Oil Salesman was out with the flu and
couldn't be there....
also .... there was mention (either here or on the other thread) that the snakes used are often "de-venomed" before use in 'entertainment'
This guy was an idiot. Thanks for your post. Wonder if Nat Geo will try to "replace" him? Certainly can't "rehire" him....LOL
Yeah, the croc hunter got killed, and others who deal with 'dangerous animals' - a lady got beheaded by a lion in an exotic animal rescue agency not
If that's what floats people's boats - fine - they KNOW they are in danger.
I used to be an avid horsewoman: brought them up from birth to 'trail horses', taught people (kids and adults) horse-wrangling and safety...
was I doing it to promote bull# religious twists? No. And eventually I "aged out" of it - I knew my own fragility (having suffered a broken wrist
and broken toes as well as some nasty falls, being run over, knocked down, pulled up off the ground and stomped on...) and lost my ability to not "be
afraid". Time to quit.
Yeah, this guy deserved it. I hope they shut down the church, rather than having some 'successor' doing the same stupid thing.