As America's premier Christian morning show, Fox & Friends wants you to know that Jesus is real because, well, folks have linked up with him in heaven and *lived to tell the tale. This morning, Fox & Friends brought us yet another miraculous journey which has now, surprise, surprise, been made into a book.
Elizabeth Hasselbeck and Steve Doocy were positively enthralled by the story of how Annabel Beam, who had two incurable diseases, fell from a tree, got knocked out, went to heaven while unconscious, and - wait for it - was miraculously cured of her diseases. Elisabeth Hasselbeck piously proclaimed that the cure is a "miracle."
Annabel explained that Jesus told her that she was being sent back to earth because she had things to do. (Like promote a book on Fox & Friends?) Hasselbeck asked Bream what Jesus looked like. Bream said he had a brown beard, brown hair, and a long white robe which, coincidentally, is how he is portrayed in western depictions of him. (As Megyn Kelly told us, he was white!)
Elisabeth Hasselbeck made little gasping noises throughout the piece. Doocy informed us that this great story, now in book form, will be made into a movie next year. Almost in tears, Hasselbeck concluded, "a little girl, her journey to heaven, her amazing story."
Praise Jesus and Fox News!
*Past Celestial Voyage and miracle cure pieces several of which involved books and movies: Here, Here, Here, Here, Here, Here, Here, Here, Here.
And that’s not likely to happen as most Christians have discovered a measure of humility in their faith that would steer them away from the rightwing thugs employed by Fox News!
And fun was had by all.
IMO, god can’t take credit for all the good things if (s)he can’t accept blame for the senseless killing of innocent babies.