Despite the death of Peters, his ministry website and radio continue to exist and talk as if he were still alive. Then he died of renal failure in July 2011. He also apparently believed in David Icke's shape-shifting lizard-men nonsense, and tied it to biblical stories and parables involving reptiles (such as the serpent in the Garden of Eden, the claim that believers shall "take up serpents," and Jesus calling the Pharisees vipers and snakes). Zum Komponisten. Peters was known for his white-supremacist, anti-Semitic, and homophobic views; as well as his insane conspiracy theories regarding the federal government and the New World Order which make Alex Jones almost seem sane by comparison. The church is no lon… [3], Peters baute diese Kirche unter Zuhilfenahme eines Versandhandels, eines Radiosenders sowie einer zwei Jahre lang ausgestrahlten Fernsehsendung zu einem Propaganda-Instrument der Christian-Identity-Bewegung aus. Critics labeled his message to be that of Christian Identity,[2] although he rejected this label. Peters proclaimed that Europeans comprise the twelve lost tribes of Israel and that contemporary Jews are satanic impostors (based on Revelation 2:9 and 3:9) and the descendants of the Biblical Esau (Edom), the brother and nemesis of Jacob (Israel). Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 11. University of Nebraska School of Agriculture, Biographische Daten bei: In Memory of Pastor Peter J. Peters - Scriptures for America, Biographische Daten zu Peter John Peters bei Nebraska Webschoolpro - Gering Junior High School, Vorlage:Toter Link/,, Christlicher Geistlicher (20. Strangely enough, he claimed that the meeting was in support for Randy Weaver and afterwards he complained that Weaver never returned his calls, even five years after. [4], Im Oktober 1992 richtete Peters ein Treffen führender Figuren der White-Supremacy-Bewegung im Estes Park von Colorado aus. Juli 2011 in Laporte, Colorado) war ein Pastor der Christian-Identity-Bewegung und führte 33 Jahre lang die LaPorte Church of Christ sowie den daran angeschlossenen Versandhandel Scriptures for American Ministries. He encouraged listeners to surreptitiously anoint federal courthouses in the U.S. with anointing oil to help "take back" America from judges and lawyers. Peters was formerly a USDA inspector from Nebraska before he became a pastor. Anwesend waren unter anderem Richard G. Butler von der Aryan Nation und Louis Beam, zu diesem Zeitpunkt ein Führer des Ku Klux Klans. Peter Peters ist der Name folgender Personen: . [2] Er wuchs in Nebraska auf und studierte dort an der University of Nebraska School of Agriculture. If you must, his radio show was called Scriptures For America and could be heard on some AM radio stations where he bought airtime, but mostly on shortwave radio stations WWCR and WTWW where he had bought large blocks of airtime. Be warned, listening to Pete Peters is like getting a crash course in just-how-far-can-you-take-this-Biblical-literalism thing. He would probably be much better known than he is, except he has been upstaged in the extreme anti-gay hate department by Fred Phelps. and went on to play 13 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Philadelphia Flyers, Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals Peter John Peters (* 13.November 1946 in Ogalalla, Nebraska; † 7. Peter J. Peters wurde am 1946 in Ogallala, Nebraska, geboren als Sohn von Alvin and Ruth Lynelle Peters. The latest issue of the Dragon Slayer newsletter is available online. In his "sermons," he claimed that he only hates what and whom he believes Jesus would hate. His critics would describe him as adhering to Christian Identity, a term he disclaimed. Peter J. [3] Am 7. [5], Dieser Artikel befasst sich mit dem Pastor Peter J. Peters. If not for Fred Phelps it is likely that Pete Peters would be the public face of extreme religious homophobia. He held the same beliefs as Christian Identity regarding the identity of the biblical nation of Israel (i.e. [3], Ab dem Jahr 2000 versuchte Peters das Label Christian Identity abzulegen, äußerte sich aber weiterhin in seinen Predigten und Publikationen rassistisch und homophob. To some this may constitute proof that there is a God. "Pete" Peters (1947-2011) was an extremist Christian preacher and conspiracy theorist from Laporte, Colorado who was pastor of the Laporte Church of Christ (which is unrelated to the mainstream United Church of Christ). Or you can download the current copy and all the previous copies here in our newsletter archive. [4] Seine Bibelcamps werden seit 1984 an wechselnden Orten veranstaltet und dienen als ideologische Fundierung. Peters believed in shadowy New World Order conspiracies and was repeatedly accused of anti-Semitism. LaPorte Church of Christ is an independent church in Laporte, Colorado, led by Pastor Peter J. Peters (November 13, 1946 – July 7, 2011) until his death in 2011.

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