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John Hagee Ministries offers a subliminal tool to help 'saturate' children with scripture

John Hagee Ministries offers a subliminal tool to help 'saturate' children with scripture

prayer bear"The Bible says that children are our inheritance from the Lord, and some of our greatest blessings come through our children and grandchildren," Texas megachurch pastor John Hagee says in an advertisement for his church's latest product, a teddy bear that plays an audio of scripture.

Bearing children is not all about love and blessings, however.  His son Matthew warns, "As parents, we do not just bring children into the world, but we  bring a soul that has an eternal destination.  God holds you accountable for how that soul is led in the fear and the admonition of our Heavenly Father."

To help godly parents deal with this challenge, the Hagees have a new product — a teddy bear that recites scripture to infants and children.

The "Promises To Grow On" audio player is inserted into a teddy bear and, as Matthew Hagee explains, "It gives you the opportunity to saturate your child in an environment of scripture selected for them."

John Hagee Ministries sells the bear and player for $39.


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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Robert-Johnson/578763485 Robert Johnson

    This is ungodly and disgusting. As a Deist, I want my children and grandchildren to love God, not fear God. To counter this Christian nonsense and attack in children check out our Deist lesson plans developed by Jayson X (he can't use his full name because he's a public school teacher in Texas and a single parent who can't afford to lose his job) for parents who want to raise their children as freethinkers. The Deist lesson plans are here: http://www.deism.com/deistlessonplans.htm

    Progress! Bob Johnson
    http://www.deism.com  

  • godlessveteran

    Nightly brainwashing – when threats and bribes aren't enough to stop them from thinking for themselves!

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