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Finding the traditional Christian message constricting, he moved to Boston in 1964 to found the Miracle Temple and to practice faith-healing, which “was the big thing at the time,” he told Mr.
Riley, “and I was just about the best in Boston, snatching people out of wheelchairs and off their crutches, pouring some oil over them while I commanded them to walk or see or hear.”Two years later, still dissatisfied, he moved to New York City, setting up shop in an old Harlem movie theater, the Sunset, on 125th Street, with a marquee so narrow that it forced him to shorten his name to “Rev.
We are going to take a break from the usual script of people discussed during Black History Month (Much respect to MLK, Marcus Garvey, George Washington Carver, etc) and place the focus on black people around the world who have flown under the radar of most.
Our focus will be on the contributions of black people in the sciences of the mind. Ike (June 1, 1935 — July 28, 2009) is one of the most misconstrued and misinterpreted geniuses of the 20th Century.
OLIVE'S BEDROOM - PRESENT DAY Olive continues to narrate into her webcam. I don't know if any of you have ever met them, but Rhiannon's parents are quite possibly the creepiest people in a four county radius. ABERNATHY has hair to her ankles and dresses like a Mormon.
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ABERNATHY (50's) sit on their couch, smiling at the television, in their horrifically rustic home. ABERNATHY bares a striking resemblance to ukelele player, Tiny Tim.
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Ike taught the world: Frederick Joseph Eikerenkoetter II was born on June 1, 1935, in Ridgeland, S. His father was a Baptist minister of Dutch-Indonesian extraction, his mother an elementary school teacher who taught her son in a one-room schoolhouse. At 14 he became assistant pastor for his father’s congregation, the Bible Way Baptist Church in Ridgeland.Dunlap, a reporter for The New York Times, described the former theater as “Byzantine-Romanesque-Indo-Hindu-Sino-Moorish-Persian-Eclectic-Rococo-Deco style.”With the move, the Reverend Ike stretched Christian tenets, founding the doctrine he named the Science of Living and thereby relocating the idea of God to the interior of the self, calling it “God in me,” with the power to bring the believer anything he or she desired in the way of health, wealth and peace of mind. Riley, By the mid-1970s, Reverend Ike was touring the country and preaching over some 1,770 radio stations.Television stations in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, Los Angeles and other major markets were telecasting his videotaped sermons. , reached more than a million readers In 1962, he married Eula May Dent. Eikerenkoetter, who also became an ordained minister at the United Church and took over the ministry when his father retired. Ike was so advanced that he was able to relate revolutionary ideologies to people who many times had a superstitious, very narrow-minded view of spirituality. Ike was a master metaphysician who decoded the Scriptures in an astounding, emancipating way. Ike's true genius is acknowledged as his lessons are widely recognized as universal truths.He is known as a Master teacher, a mentor, and an inspiration by many famous motivational teachers and authors such as Bob Proctor and Dr. Mark Victor Hansen, who created the mega-bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul book series, cites Rev.