Joseph Prince’s Allegorical Interpretation – that a dog can even be interpreted into a cat – By Rev George Ong (Dated 20 Jan 2024)

 

Special Encouragement:

 

Yesterday, I received a special encouragement

 

from someone who wrote in my YouTube comments:

 

@thng9170

 

“With an army of followers behind him,

 

the stiffed neck Joseph Prince will not repent.

 

I pray that God will strike him in His perfect timing

 

until he confesses his sins to Him.

 

The Singapore churches are also not united

 

in rebuking Joseph Prince,

 

all busy with their own church matters,

 

not realizing that this is hurting the body of Christ.

 

Rev George Ong, thank you for your relentless efforts

 

to rebuke Joseph Prince week after week.

 

You have our support in this mission

 

to do the will of God.”

 

I thank the person who wrote this piece of encouragement to me,

 

affirming that I am doing the will of God,

 

and realising that more, not less work needs to be done

 

against the wolf, Joseph Prince.

 

This call to contend against Joseph Prince isn’t a joke.

 

It has taken me my blood, sweat and tears.

 

But I never complain.

 

Actually, I did, sometimes

 

– I asked God why He didn’t choose the more qualified

 

and the more well-known figures than me.

 

Well, I can only glory in the fact that God has chosen me,

 

the most unlikely candidate

 

(I am not like Joseph Prince. For those who know me, I hate playing politics. So, this is not a political statement made for public consumption, as I mean it with all my heart, and God be my witness.)

 

to war against a ‘world-renowned’ personality,

 

with millions of supporters in Singapore and around the world.

 

Yet, ironically, it is this world-famous household name, Joseph Prince,

 

who is so afraid of me – just one mere man

 

because God is on my side.

 

Well, let’s see if Joseph Prince can prove me wrong,

 

tomorrow, as he mounts the pulpit.

 

As usual, I will be there to scrutinize his sermons,

 

to keep him on his toes.

 

And I hope he doesn’t get too self-conscious

 

with me staring at him,

 

and him preaching the so-called God’s word.

 

Let’s see if Joseph Prince, a world-renowned figure,

 

has the guts to speak about me,

 

The Mr Pen.

 

Announcement:

 

Note there are 7 videos on Joseph Prince.

 

A related video to this article

 

that you should refer to is by Asher Chee;

 

the link is given at the end of this article. 

 

Excerpt No 1 from Article:

 

What!

 

‘Ready to depart’ in Acts 20:7 tells us about the rapture?

 

Acts 20:7 NKJV

7 Now on the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul, ready to depart the next day, spoke to them and continued his message until midnight

 

This is a joke in Bible interpretation!

 

This is something that will make the exegetical world laugh out loud!

 

Yet, Joseph Prince is such a shameless guy that he dares to teach such rubbish publicly.

 

Excerpt No 2 from Article:

 

What!

 

Joseph Prince said that the third storey where Eutychus fell;

 

Acts 20:9 NKJV

9 And in a window sat a certain young man named Eutychus, who was sinking into a deep sleep. He was overcome by sleep; and as Paul continued speaking, he fell down from the third story and was taken up dead.

 

this third storey represents the third heaven where God dwells.

 

‘Wah Tow Chi Pai Tia Teo Eh’ (This is the first time I’ve heard).

 

‘Buay Tah Han Liao!’ (I cannot take it anymore.)

 

I can assure you that any Pastor, Preacher, or Bible teacher worth their salt

 

– that when they hear what Joseph Prince has uttered about

 

this third storey represents the third heaven where God dwells,

 

they will either shake their heads with disbelief or laugh in sadness

 

– how a so-called world-renowned grace teacher,

 

can bring himself to teach such utter nonsense!

 

Excerpt No 3 from Article:

 

In conclusion,

 

These kinds of allegorical interpretation of Joseph Prince

 

may seem harmless and even entertaining.

 

But it is precisely these kinds of ‘anything goes’ interpretation

 

that allow Joseph Prince to say anything he likes,

 

that a dog can even be interpreted into a cat,

 

that has led to the birth of many of his heresies.

 

(This article was also sent to Rev Dr Ngoei Foong Nghian, General Secretary, National Council of Churches of Singapore (NCCS) office, and for the attention of the Executive Committee Members.)

 

Please click here

 

to view the entire video.

 

1. First Allegorical Interpretation of Joseph Prince

 

In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube 2 Sundays ago,

 

on 7 Jan 2024, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here to view the 40-second video:

 

“Today, I want to share with you

 

how you can restore what you have lost

 

in the area of your good fortune.

 

If you have lost your prosperity,

 

I’m going to share how to get it back.

 

If you have lost the thing where people say this guy is very fortunate,

 

that guy is very fortunate.

 

You know his company is very fortunate.

 

You know, he’s a fortunate man.

 

Wah, I tell you I wish I’m that guy; he’s a fortunate lady.

 

She’s a fortunate lady.

 

He’s a fortunate.

 

That boy is very fortunate to live with.

 

You know, the kind of thing,

 

you love being fortunate, right.

 

It’s in the Bible.” 

 

What!

 

Joseph Prince said God can restore what you loved and have lost

 

– and he said he refers to being fortunate, and that is also the same as being prosperous

 

– and Joseph Prince also said in the same sermon (not shown here) prosperity must also include money and financial blessings

 

– so, meaning God can restore the money and financial blessings

 

you loved and have lost.

 

And Joseph Prince said it’s in the Bible!

 

If believers love money, instead of restoring

 

like what Joseph Prince said would happen,

 

God may withhold even more from them,

 

so as to free them from the hold of money,

 

and from being destroyed by riches.

 

Joseph Prince said:

 

“If you have lost the thing where people say this guy is very fortunate,

 

that guy is very fortunate.

 

You know his company is very fortunate.

 

You know, he’s a fortunate man.

 

Wah, I tell you I wish I’m that guy; he’s a fortunate lady.

 

She’s a fortunate lady.

 

He’s a fortunate. 

 

That boy is very fortunate to live with.

 

You know, the kind of thing; you love being fortunate, right.”

 

Joseph Prince is so fixated with the word ‘fortunate’ or prosperity

 

that every sentence in the above text

 

has the word ‘fortunate’ or prosperity in it.

 

What about suffering?

 

Joseph Prince’s supporters would complain

 

that I am faulting him just over this incident.

 

Of course not!

 

Many Ex New Creation Church members

 

have written their testimonies

 

that are featured on this website,

 

that in their many years in New Creation Church

 

(some for as long as 20 years),

 

they haven’t heard Joseph Prince

 

preach a single sermon on suffering.

 

I bear witness to their observations.

 

I have heard Joseph Prince’s sermons

 

much more than any of his critics,

 

and I, too, haven’t heard him preach on suffering a single time.

 

Joseph Prince may defend himself:

 

‘I ever mentioned persecution as a form of suffering in my sermons’.

 

I also mentioned that I have been persecuted by Mr Pen.’

 

But is the mere mentioning of suffering for a few seconds or some minutes by Joseph Prince

 

the same as preaching on it passionately and with conviction by the same Prince for an hour and a half?

 

Joseph Prince, by preaching only on prosperity without suffering

 

presents a gross distortion of Christianity.

 

Let me be so bold as to say that

 

a Christianity without suffering is no Christianity at all.

 

It is great to have John Stott bear me out,

 

when in ‘Evangelical Truth,’

 

John Stott wrote:

 

“Of course, all Christians are believers.

 

But are they also all called to suffer?

 

And can suffering be regarded as being as much a gift or privilege

 

as is faith?

 

Yes, this is the consistent teaching of the New Testament.

 

… Paul wrote that ‘everyone who wants to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted’ (2 Tim. 3:12),

 

while Peter declared suffering to be a part of the Christian calling

 

and told his readers to rejoice that they were privileged to share in Christ’s sufferings (1 Pet. 2:21; 4:13).”

 

Hence, the Christianity of prosperity without suffering

 

that is preached by Joseph Prince

 

is false to start with,

 

and is not the Christianity that is presented in the scriptures. 

 

 

2. Second Allegorical Interpretation of Joseph Prince

 

In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube 2 Sundays ago,

 

on 7 Jan 2024, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here to view the 50-second video:

 

“So, when God share a story, and God puts names there,

 

there is always for a purpose of illustration.

 

Do you think for one moment God mentioned someone by name.

 

It’s not always He mentions someone by name.

 

But when He does, there’s a meaning to it.

 

And straightaway, I’ll give you the name of this man.

 

Eutychus, his name means fortunate (prosperous).

 

Did you see the Eu in his name, Eutychus?

 

It’s actually made of two.

 

Eu: good.

 

Tugchano, Tychus from Tugchano.

 

Tugchano is to hit the mark.

 

So, the word success is to hit the mark.

 

Guess what?

 

Tugchano is to hit the mark.

 

Is the word success, is the word fortune, is the word prosperous.

 

In some word studies, you find the name Eutychus is prosperous.

 

So, it’s fortunate or prosperous, or you can say successful.”

 

What!

 

Joseph Prince said that

 

when God mentions someone by name,

 

there is always for the purpose of illustration

 

and there is always a meaning to it?

 

Is that always true?

 

If this is true,

 

why wasn’t the meaning of Eutychus

 

as being fortunate or prosperous or success

 

clearly stated in the text?

 

Even though this is true,

 

the names of persons or places

 

cannot be used as the basis or anchor in Bible interpretation,

 

which Joseph Prince illegitimately does

 

in the case of Eutychus in Acts 20:7-12.

 

Names, no matter how meaningful they are,

 

does not and cannot decide the meaning of a passage.

 

The ultimate decider is the context.

 

In the context of Acts 20:7-12,

 

there is no hint at all that this passage

 

is talking about being fortunate

 

or prosperity that includes money and financial blessings.

 

(Joseph Prince states that prosperity must include money and financial blessings in the same sermon but not reflected here.)

 

So, Joseph Prince has unlawfully used the name of Eutychus,

 

which means fortunate or prosperous

 

to determine that the meaning of the text is about prosperity.

 

Next, Joseph Prince said the name ‘Eutychus’ means fortunate,

 

then suddenly, it means fortune,

 

then suddenly, it means prosperous,

 

then suddenly, it means success.

 

Joseph Prince said,

 

‘In some word studies,

 

you find the name Eutychus is prosperous.’

 

I searched many books

 

but I can’t find that Eutychus directly means prosperous

 

(and I don’t mean secondarily derived

 

by Joseph Prince from his own analysis

 

as he may have liberally done).

 

So, Joseph Prince,

 

you need to tell us which book you are referring to,

 

so we can learn something from you.

 

If you don’t tell us,

 

people will say you are a liar.

 

So, better clear yourself.

 

Joseph Prince, you said you made me to be busily copying as you preach.

 

Now, I am making you to be busily working to check your sources and make sure you don’t speak nonsense as you preach.

 

So, win-win situation, lah.

 

You make me work more with more articles that I need to produce, which I glory in,

 

and I make you sweat more in your sermon preparation to make sure you cover every ground.

 

Fair right!

 

Not comfortable to have a pair of searching eyes looking at you when you preached, every Sunday, right.

 

There were times when I saw you were pretty conscious that you were being watched;

 

when you over qualified your statements,

 

or when you tried to pull back what you have wrongly spoken.

 

Come on, don’t pretend that they didn’t happen.

 

And then to have all the blunders that you made in your sermons

 

to be featured on YouTube 2 or 4 or 6 says later for the public to view.

 

Not comfortable, right?

 

Too bad for you, that’s my calling.

 

Sorry for making you sweat!

 

 

3. Third Allegorical Interpretation of Joseph Prince

 

In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube 2 Sundays ago,

 

on 7 Jan 2024, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here to view the 1-minute video:

 

“He (Eutychus in Acts 20:9) was dead,

 

deader than dead. Dead, Mati. Kaput. Alright, dead.

 

So, you feel like your prosperity has died,

 

used to be alive in your life.

 

It’s dead; how to bring it back?

 

And this is a message for Pastors and leaders as well.

 

Although I am preaching to you, your personal life

 

because this is going to apply to your personal life,

 

but it’s more of a secondary interpretation.

 

But the primary one is, like, the primary interpretation

 

is actually to see the church

 

and to see why the church has lost its good fortune.

 

It is for our time.

 

It’s what the Lord gave to me.

 

He says it’s for our time.

 

Why?

 

Because it says in verse 7,

 

he continued his message until midnight.

 

It’s a dark, dark, dark, dark time in the world.

 

You see.

 

So, instead of seeing this as just a story

 

that God puts down there to amuse all of us,

 

He has a meaning in all these stories,

 

even in the name.”

 

What!

 

Joseph Prince, you mean we can learn how to bring back our prosperity,

 

which was dead back to life,

 

based on Eutychus, who fell dead and was raised to life? 

 

Come on, what has the death of Eutychus anything to do

 

with our prosperity that has died?

 

What kind of teaching is that?

 

And Joseph Prince,

 

you said that this is a message for Pastors and leaders as well.

 

Hey, Joseph Prince, ‘Li Eh Pai Say Buay’ (are you embarrassed).

 

You very ‘Sia Suay’ (causing embarrassment to others), you know.

 

This kind of ‘Luan Luan Lai’ (anyhow do) Bible interpretation,

 

and you dare to say it is for Pastors and leaders.

 

The Pastors and Leaders would laugh

 

at your ‘Bo Cheng Hoo’ (no government) Bible interpretation.

 

Joseph Prince said,

 

“It’s what the Lord gave to me.

 

He says it’s for our time.”

 

Hey, Joseph Prince, ‘Don’t bluff lah.’

 

How can God,

 

who is the most intelligent being in the whole universe,

 

give you such a nonsensical interpretation?

 

Joseph Prince, you have greatly insulted God.

 

You are the number one expert at putting words into God’s mouth.

 

You are mispresenting God by saying that He speaks nonsense.

 

Joseph Prince,

 

even if Eutychus’ name means fortunate, fortune, prosperous, and success,

 

so what?

 

Did it say anywhere in the verse or passage in Acts 20:7-12,

 

that every church and every New Covenant believer

 

is to be successful and prosperous

 

according to how Eutychus was named?

 

Joseph Prince said:

 

“But the primary one interpretation is actually to see the church

 

and to see why the church has lost its good fortune.”

 

Where did Joseph Prince get this from?

 

Is it in the text and the larger context of Acts 20:7-12?

 

The answer is a resounding no.

 

 

4. Fourth Allegorical Interpretation of Joseph Prince

 

In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube 2 Sundays ago,

 

on 7 Jan 2024, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here to view the 1-minute video:

 

“So, let’s look at this story and see what secrets

 

we have before we leave, shall we?

 

So, it applies to the church.

 

It applies to your life

 

– how to restore good fortune in your life.

 

How to restore the kind of success

 

that God wants you to have in your life.

 

So, the first thing is this: have you noticed that in verse 7,

 

there are 4 time periods:

 

the first day of the week.

 

The next day, ready to depart the next day.

 

Midnight.

 

Three in one verse

 

Three time periods in one verse.

 

The fourth is found in verse 11.

 

Now, when he had come up, he preached till daybreak.

 

So, there are 4 time periods in this story.

 

And I believe that God wants us to pay attention to them all.”

 

What!

 

Joseph Prince, you mean the 4 time periods in Acts 20:7, 11:

 

the first day of the week, the next day, Midnight and Daybreak

 

are lessons or secrets that apply to the church and our lives

 

about how we can restore our good fortune and prosperity?

 

This is the first time I have ever heard a preacher

 

preach on an outline like this.

 

What Joseph Prince has done:

 

It’s like milking so-called sacred lessons

 

out of the mundane of time periods.

 

It’s no different from making a mountain of so-called spiritual truths

 

out of a molehill of some routine time periods.

 

And for such flimsy and unsubstantiated interpretation,

 

you have the cheek to bring in God and abuse His name

 

to support you when you said:

 

‘And I believe that God wants us to pay attention to them all.’

 

 

5. Fifth Allegorical Interpretation of Joseph Prince

 

In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube 2 Sundays ago,

 

on 7 Jan 2024, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here to view the 30-second video:

 

“Paul was ready to depart (Acts 20:7), the next day, ready to depart.

 

What does that tell you?

 

You’ve got this already.

 

The Holy Spirit in you bears witness.

 

Ready to depart.

 

What time period is that?

 

The rapture! The rapture!

 

Anytime can happen.

 

So that is forgotten.

 

The Holy Spirit is showing us why the church of Jesus Christ today

 

is not as successful as prosperous

 

as it was in the Book of Acts at that time period.”

 

What!

 

‘Ready to depart’ in Acts 20:7 tells us about the rapture?

 

Acts 20:7 NKJV

7 Now on the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul, ready to depart the next day, spoke to them and continued his message until midnight

 

This is a joke in Bible interpretation!

 

This is something that will make the exegetical world laugh out loud!

 

Yet, Joseph Prince is such a shameless guy that he dares to teach such rubbish publicly.

 

Worst, not only did you take the name of God the Father in vain,

 

now you have the shamelessness of bringing in and abusing

 

the name of the Holy Spirit,

 

the third person in the Godhead when you said,

 

‘The Holy Spirit in you bears witness.’

 

How dare Joseph Prince abuse the Holy Spirit

 

to support his ‘suke suka’ (as he likes it) theology.

 

Joseph Prince is basing his interpretation on ‘ready to depart’

 

that has absolutely nothing to do with the rapture.

 

Joseph Prince, you said that the church today

 

is not as prosperous as it was in the days of the Book of Acts,

 

Your are bluffing!

 

By being prosperous,

 

you have also said that it must include money and financial blessings (in the same sermon but not shown here).

 

How could Paul, who was a leader in the early church in the Book of Acts

 

be prospering in wealth?

 

2 Corinthians 11:27 NIV

27 “I have labored and toiled and have often gone without sleep; I have known hunger and thirst and have often gone without food; I have been cold and naked.”

 

As 2 Corinthians 11:27 had stated,

 

Paul was obviously not a rich man,

 

as he was hungry, thirsty, cold, naked

 

and often went without food.

 

In fact, he resembled more of a person

 

who was living in poverty.

 

When Peter met a crippled beggar

 

who was expecting to get some pennies from him in Acts chapter 3,

 

Peter said:

 

“… Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have give I thee: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk” (Acts 3:6 KJV).

 

Peter wasn’t prosperous at all

 

as he didn’t even have something materially decent

 

to give to the beggar.

 

So, when Joseph Prince said that the church today

 

is not as prosperous as it was in the days of the Book of Acts,

 

he is obviously lying.

 

Just do a survey on the average income of Singaporean Christians,

 

one would be utterly convinced (all things being equal)

 

that they are definitely more prosperous

 

than the early Christians in the Book of Acts.

 

 

6. Sixth Allegorical Interpretation of Joseph Prince

 

In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube 2 Sundays ago,

 

on 7 Jan 2024, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here to view the 1-minute video:

 

“And then what happen?

 

Paul continued his message until midnight (Acts 20:7).

 

It’s dark. It’s dark all around. Very, very dark.

 

Am I right? Hello.

 

Around us, morality and all that.

 

There’s moral corruption.

 

There’s like, oh my goodness,

 

you cannot even believe that 10 or 20 years ago,

 

people would allow these things to happen.

 

It’s getting very dark all around.

 

So, you see, it says Paul preached until midnight (Acts 20:7)

 

What happened is that

 

we need to be listening to Paul’s revelation all the way

 

even until midnight.

 

Someone did not, right (Eutychus)?

 

There were many lamps (Acts 20:8).

 

Paul continued his message till midnight.

 

There were many lamps in the upper room

 

where they were gathered together.

 

Not online, ah, gathered together.

 

They were gathered together.

 

Many, many lights, many lamps.

 

That’s a beautiful picture.

 

So I’m telling you this year, this year,

 

your house will have supernatural light.

 

It’s darkness all around.

 

We gotta pray that that light be in our families.”

 

What!

 

Joseph Prince, you mean there is a special meaning to ‘midnight’ in Acts 20:7,

 

and this means that we are living in a dark, dark, dark world because of her corruption?

 

Acts 20:7 NKJV

7 Now on the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul, ready to depart the next day, spoke to them and continued his message until midnight.

 

Does ‘midnight’ in Acts 20:7

 

really mean the moral corruption of the world we live in?

 

This is clearly overstretching your exegesis?

 

You also said the many lamps and many lights

 

in the upper room where Paul preached,

 

means that our homes and families

 

ought to be the beacons of lights in our Christian living.

 

While the intention is laudable,

 

the hermeneutics is not acceptable.

 

 

7. Seventh Allegorical Interpretation of Joseph Prince

 

In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube 2 Sundays ago,

 

on 7 Jan 2024, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here to view the 30-second video:

 

“Notice from where he (Eutychus) fell.

 

Fell from the third storey (Acts 20:9).

 

That’s the place where we are seated with Christ.

 

You know there are 3 heavens, the Bible talks about it.

 

Atmospheric heaven, the universe heaven

 

and the third heaven

 

which you cannot see with your eyes.

 

That’s where God dwells, so beautiful, perfect.

 

And we are all seated with Christ there.

 

How do I know this?

 

Pauline revelation.

 

Paul’s letters.

 

Paul says we are seated with Christ.

 

And when you forget the truths,

 

you fall from your high place.”

 

What!

 

Joseph Prince said that the third storey where Eutychus fell;

 

(and found dead at a lower floor);

 

Acts 20:9 NKJV

9 And in a window sat a certain young man named Eutychus, who was sinking into a deep sleep. He was overcome by sleep; and as Paul continued speaking, he fell down from the third story and was taken up dead.

 

this third storey represents the third heaven where God dwells.

 

This one, I cannot let go!

 

(I’m using Joseph Prince’s own words. I think he must be rather happy. I always criticise his teachings, but in this case, I have learned to use one of his phrases, ‘This one, I cannot let go’!)

 

‘Wah Tow Chi Pai Tia Teo Eh’ (This is the first time I’ve heard).

 

‘Buay Tah Han Liao!’ (I cannot take it anymore.)

 

I can assure you that any Pastor, Preacher, or Bible teacher worth their salt

 

– that when they hear what Joseph Prince has uttered about

 

this third storey represents the third heaven where God dwells,

 

they will either shake their heads with disbelief or laugh in sadness

 

– how a so-called world-renowned grace teacher,

 

can bring himself to teach such utter nonsense!

 

Another one, ‘This one I also cannot let go’,

 

(Joseph Prince must be very happy

 

as this is the second time

 

I am learning from him by quoting him.)

 

Joseph Prince said:

 

“And when you forget the truths,

 

you fall from your high place.”

 

Joseph Prince is saying that just as Eutychus fell from the third storey,

 

because he wasn’t really listening to Paul’s preaching (sleeping),

 

in the same way, if believers were to neglect the Pauline epistles,

 

they can fall from high places, the third heaven,

 

where they are now seated with Christ.

 

Can you beat that?

 

This is not Bible interpretation; this is Bible manipulation.

 

In conclusion,

 

Joseph Prince started his way off teaching

 

by saying that Eutychus’ name was prosperity

 

who died but was raised to life by Paul.

 

(but let me remind Joseph Prince that he has to prove

 

that Eutychus means prosperity from credible sources

 

in his next sermon, tomorrow)

 

So, in the same way,

 

the church that has lost her prosperity,

 

can have it restored back

 

by focussing on the Pauline epistles.

 

This is a fantastically weird imagination.

 

This is the wild and magical interpretation

 

with no biblical basis at all.

 

One test you must apply to check whether Joseph Prince

 

is speaking sense or talking nonsense.

 

is to forward and show these videos to your pastor

 

(not another Pseudo-grace Pastor, please),

 

and ask them whether Joseph Prince

 

is practising the correct principles of Bible interpretation.

 

(This is of course assuming they have a good grasp of the scriptures and are knowledgeable about Bible interpretation.)

 

I can guarantee many will respond with disapproval,

 

and some may even laugh at the ‘comical’ and ridiculous way

 

that Joseph Prince has interpreted scriptures.

 

These kinds of allegorical interpretation of Joseph Prince

 

may seem harmless and even entertaining.

 

But it is precisely these kinds of ‘anything goes’ interpretation

 

that allow Joseph Prince to say anything he likes,

 

that a dog can even be interpreted into a cat,

 

that has led to the birth of many of his heresies.

 

This is not the first time Joseph Prince

 

was caught for his deceptive interpretation

 

by the use of allegory. 

 

For those who have missed this video by Asher Chee,

 

Joseph Prince’s Use Of Hebrew & Latin To Deceive In His Sermons On 3 & 10 January 2021 Is Exposed

 

Please click on the link below,

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBC3AxyQ8VU

 

Rev George Ong 

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