Myles Munroe: Arrogant Religious Opportunist

Wednesday 29th, February 2012 / 09:23 Written by

"I da man"

World acclaimed Bahamian multi-millionaire best selling author, pastor, leader, motivational speaker, consultant, enterpreneur, businessman, diplomat and statesman, Dr. Myles Munroe said his impact in the Bahamas is such that the mention of his name is enough to give anyone access into his country.

He was speaking to Journalists in Accra during a press conference to herald his five-day visit to Ghana to hold business leadership seminars for present and aspiring business leaders in Ghana, and also meet with top politicians, including President John Evans Ata Mills.

Adom News sought to know what his impact in his own country has been, which gave him the impetus to seek to impact Ghana with his ideas.

He answered to a spontaneous round of applauds saying “my impact in the Bahamas can be measured by when your land in our country at the airport and you call my name they will let you in.”

Munroe has one of those quasi-authentic doctorate degrees and is the founder of his very own church which milks millions from naive people for his own personal glorification and wealth.  He represents everything that Jesus preached against.


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9 Comments on “Myles Munroe: Arrogant Religious Opportunist

  • Dr. Myles Munroe: To every generation, God gives a good man…or few
    Today, I thank Him for sending us…you!

  • A millionaire pastor..HAHAHA!,OMG!,HAHAHAHAHA! Only in the Bahamas! HAHAHAHA! I guess the Hollywood star wanta be pastor forgot what Jesus said about money, “You can’t worship money and God”, who the hell is this con man trying to fool? Look at him in this foolish photo above, do you think he would give up all his wealth to fallow the Lord? Hell no!, “I da man”, no, “Your the fool”.

  • The real problem is that people don’t read the Bible. Jesus never said promote me. He said go through out all the world preaching the kingdom of God has arrived. If you study out the kingdom you will understand God’s original plan for man. God put man on earth to have dominion. The bible says that He will give us the desires of our heart.

  • He has no impact on the Bahamas, that is why he gave that answer. His impact is on how much of the money given to build an ORU type university has gone into his own pockets. He has helped some drug pushers stay out of prison & gain entrance again into the US. He has helped strengthen a false concept that the prosperous man is pleasing God & those who are not are not doing the will of God by living up to their full potential. So men who made money through corrupt practices are paraded in the front & janitors and store clerks are snubbed. One thing every single person knows who attends BFM is Myles is arrogant & loves to make people feel inferior.

  • I think it is malicious to describe a man with 3 bachelors degrees, with a masters degree, author of 25 best selling books, a businessman as an opportunist. Dr Myles worked for his money. I think what these poverty-minded critics should do is to go to Myles and learn the secrets that helped him to excel. Millions of people worldwide had become successful just learning from him.

    • I though we were suppose to read Jesus’s book, how much is the pastor’s book? Wait a minute, I have to pay for the pastor’s book, that tells me about Jesus’s free book? Why doesn’t the pastor just kick me the ass as he counts his money on the way to the bank?

  • If he said this ……I agree totally with the writer above about his arrogance .He has forgotten that he is suppose to be promoting our Lord and Saviour above himself. People always forget who has given them the power to do the things that they do, especialy pastors in this country!
    Lord help us all !

    Just keep praying for our country, The Commonwealth of The Bahamas is all that I can say today.


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