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IrelandBanned American preacher says ‘Ireland will feel the wrath of God’

17:15  14 may  2019
17:15  14 may  2019 Source:   extra.ie

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Banned American preacher says ‘Ireland will feel the wrath of God’ © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland

American preacher Steven Anderson has claimed that ‘Ireland will feel the judgement and wrath of God’ following his ban.

The controversial preacher became the first person to be banned from Ireland under exclusion powers introduced in 1999.

Steven Anderson was interviewed on the Niall Boylan Show on Classic Hits FM where he confirmed that he will not be appealing the decision.

‘I would not humble myself to that wicked and evil person. He’s [Charlie Flanagan] anti the true word of God,’ he said.

Anderson was not surprised to be banned from Ireland, having already been banned from 31 other countries. ‘It didn’t really shock me that Ireland is number 32,’ he said.

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Banned American preacher says ‘Ireland will feel the wrath of God’ © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland

He confirmed that the event he was to preach at will still be going ahead with a different preacher taking Anderson’s place.

‘I was going for the people there. I have a ton of listeners who were begging me to come. I wasn’t invited by any of the watered down, liberal, lame churches in Ireland.’

‘I don’t think there is a Baptist preacher in Ireland brave enough to preach the bible. They’ve all gotten watered down.’

The Arizona based preacher is convinced that Ireland will be punished for the ban. ‘Ireland hates the preaching of God’s word, they hate the truth and so Ireland is going to be punished and destroyed by God.’

Banned American preacher says ‘Ireland will feel the wrath of God’ © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland

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