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Australian claims to be Jesus

2013-05-30 12:03

Cape Town – A former IT specialist from Australia is claiming to be the reincarnation of Jesus and is amassing followers from as far afield as Britain, say reports.

One of Alan John Miller's followers is a British woman Louise "Luli" Faver, aged 39, a former neuroscientist who gave up her career to be closer to Miller's home near the small town of Kingaroy in the state of Queensland, SkyNews reported on Wednesday. Miller runs the religious movement, which he calls Divine Truth, from the home.

"It's just nice to instead of being surrounded by people who think you are nuts, to be surrounded by people who understand what you are going through and the difficulties of trying to deal with all the emotional stuff," Faver told the broadcaster.

Dozens of other people have reportedly bought properties in the area to be closer to Miller.

According to the report, Miller denies he started the movement to make money, saying instead that "donations are welcome but not mandatory".

In a 2011 report, the divorced father of two said his first marriage broke down because he started having memories of his 'incarnation'.

The MailOnline report cited a recording in which Miller reportedly says:"There's probably a million people who say they're Jesus and most of them are in asylums. But one of us has to be. How do I know I am? Because I remember everything about my life."

Miller also claims that his partner, Mary Luck, is Mary Magdalene, who is considered by some as the second most important woman in the New Testament after Mary, the mother of Jesus.

Comments
  • Nonhle Mogane-McAvoy - 2013-05-30 12:16

    there are people who believe this BS? shame

      Jaco Louw - 2013-05-30 12:25

      People believed that BS 2000 years ago. Why not now.

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 12:32

      great question Jaco Some guy claimed to be the messiah 2000 years ago and everybody blindly believes it, despite us having only flimsy accounts of his existence(as a person, not a demigod) today, an actual person claims to be that same guy reincarnated and the same people think it's ridiculous. I would just like to ask, on what basis did you accept the first claims and on what basis do you deny these claims?

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 12:32

      great question Jaco Some guy claimed to be the messiah 2000 years ago and everybody blindly believes it, despite us having only flimsy accounts of his existence(as a person, not a demigod) today, an actual person claims to be that same guy reincarnated and the same people think it's ridiculous. I would just like to ask, on what basis did you accept the first claims and on what basis do you deny these claims?

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 12:36

      Good question Hanjo!

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 12:36

      Good question Hanjo!

      Stephen Murphy - 2013-05-30 12:44

      On the basis of the impact His teachings have had on humanity, nobody in history has come close, nobody. His prophecies on his death, burial and resurrection - all accurate. Prophecies on the nation of Israel - spot on. Prophecies in the Jewish Tenakh(Old Testament)concerning this one particular individual - nobody else comes close tomatching them. You obviously have never read the Bible, let alone studied it, Hanjo.

      Stephen Murphy - 2013-05-30 12:44

      On the basis of the impact His teachings have had on humanity, nobody in history has come close, nobody. His prophecies on his death, burial and resurrection - all accurate. Prophecies on the nation of Israel - spot on. Prophecies in the Jewish Tenakh(Old Testament)concerning this one particular individual - nobody else comes close tomatching them. You obviously have never read the Bible, let alone studied it, Hanjo.

      Stephen Murphy - 2013-05-30 12:57

      What basis to deny this dude's claims ? The Messiah would be born Bethlehem, not Queensland. He would arrive after the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem but before it's subsequent destruction(AD70)and would be executed. The nature of his execution would be crucifixion.He would be like Moses (a leader of men & the ability to perform miracles). He would live in Galilee. To name just a few... Wena, gaan lees die Bybel.

      Stephen Murphy - 2013-05-30 12:57

      What basis to deny this dude's claims ? The Messiah would be born Bethlehem, not Queensland. He would arrive after the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem but before it's subsequent destruction(AD70)and would be executed. The nature of his execution would be crucifixion.He would be like Moses (a leader of men & the ability to perform miracles). He would live in Galilee. To name just a few... Wena, gaan lees die Bybel.

      Jaco Louw - 2013-05-30 12:57

      So Stephen, what you're actually saying is, you believe the Jesus of old to be the true messiah because the bible said so. It was nice having you at the party. Don't let the logic-door hit you on the way out.

      Hamish Leslie Drake - 2013-05-30 12:58

      The whole time I was reading the article, I could hear the theme from "The Twilight Zone" in my head lol

      Hamish Leslie Drake - 2013-05-30 12:58

      The whole time I was reading the article, I could hear the theme from "The Twilight Zone" in my head lol

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 12:59

      Stephen, firstly, you are being rather dishonest or ignorant but I'll ignore that for a second. Buddha also had profound teachings - he readily admitted he was no god, so moral teachings alone cannot be a basis for assuming divinity, nor can the fact that these teachings are/were popular. if you watch clips on this AJ Miller guy, he also has some teachings that his followers regard as 'divine'. - he even makes predictions(that may or may not come true) many of his teachings are synonymous to that of Christ, because he claims to be Christ. many people do adhere to some of Jesus' teachings, yet almost no one adheres to his teachings on ditching your family, slavery, etc. - so essentially Jesus said a few things that people still use today, other things, like the golden rule, existed long before Jesus and he simply repeated it. he also often promoted violence, surely this isn't something you follow. many bible prophecies surrounding Jesus are false, much like him being a physical descendant of David(which he wasn't) I am asking on what basis do you accept the first claim of divinity but dismiss this one? (the only people who ever suggested Jesus was more than a human, was his followers, the same can be said of AJ.)

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 12:59

      Stephen, firstly, you are being rather dishonest or ignorant but I'll ignore that for a second. Buddha also had profound teachings - he readily admitted he was no god, so moral teachings alone cannot be a basis for assuming divinity, nor can the fact that these teachings are/were popular. if you watch clips on this AJ Miller guy, he also has some teachings that his followers regard as 'divine'. - he even makes predictions(that may or may not come true) many of his teachings are synonymous to that of Christ, because he claims to be Christ. many people do adhere to some of Jesus' teachings, yet almost no one adheres to his teachings on ditching your family, slavery, etc. - so essentially Jesus said a few things that people still use today, other things, like the golden rule, existed long before Jesus and he simply repeated it. he also often promoted violence, surely this isn't something you follow. many bible prophecies surrounding Jesus are false, much like him being a physical descendant of David(which he wasn't) I am asking on what basis do you accept the first claim of divinity but dismiss this one? (the only people who ever suggested Jesus was more than a human, was his followers, the same can be said of AJ.)

      IMHO - 2013-05-30 13:06

      We should be glad for this type of thing - after all, if there weren't any crazy ideas out there, how would we be able to spot the nutjobs?

      IMHO - 2013-05-30 13:06

      We should be glad for this type of thing - after all, if there weren't any crazy ideas out there, how would we be able to spot the nutjobs?

      John Doberman - 2013-05-30 13:14

      Ooooh! Is the end of the ANC nigh?

      John Doberman - 2013-05-30 13:14

      Ooooh! Is the end of the ANC nigh?

      jeremy thorpe - 2013-05-30 13:17

      Can he walk on water, can he feed the 5000 from a few loaves and fishes, can he turn water into wine, can he cure the sick etc? If indeed there was a Jesus who could do these things 2000 years ago, then surely the new "Jesus" could do all this - and much more!

      jeremy thorpe - 2013-05-30 13:17

      Can he walk on water, can he feed the 5000 from a few loaves and fishes, can he turn water into wine, can he cure the sick etc? If indeed there was a Jesus who could do these things 2000 years ago, then surely the new "Jesus" could do all this - and much more!

      Dyllon Symington - 2013-05-30 13:33

      @jeremy thorpe Didn't a certain someone say "You shall not put the Lord your God to the test"???

      Conrad Marshall - 2013-05-30 13:35

      @ Inhlanzi - Prophecies of Jesus' death in the Old Testament - recorded BEFORE he was even on earth... Genesis 3:15 : Prophecied that although a descendant of Eve would be wounded by Satan that same descendant would bruise Satan's head, that is, crush and defeat Satan. Fulfilled by Jesus Galatians 4:4-5 Psalm 16:10 : Prophesied God would not leave his [Jesus'] soul in Sheol, nor would God let His Holy one see corruption [death]. Acts 2:25-32 Isaiah 7:14 also predicted the birth of the Messiah. It prophecied that a "almah" or virgin would conceive and give birth to a baby boy who would be called Immanuel. The second and greater fulfillment of this prophecy occured when Jesus was born. many more examples through the Old Testament....

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 13:36

      No Jeremy, But I'm sure in a few hundred years time, there will be people claiming this guy performed all kinds of miracles and supernatural feats.

      Kenneth Borland - 2013-05-30 13:41

      @Hanjo re "flimsy accounts of his existence (as a person)" - actually there is more evidence corroborating the Biblical account of Jesus than there is for Julius Caesar. A number of sources, not just the Bible. And what exactly did Jesus say about slavery and violence? And on what basis do you say Jesus was not a descendant of David? @Inhlanzi The Old Testament, written hundreds of years before Jesus lived on earth, is full of messianic prophecies. Jesus fulfilled them all - the chances of one man doing that are almost infinitesimal.

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 13:50

      conrad "called Immanuel" - so I guess the prophecy didn't come true then?

      Psalm Proverb - 2013-05-30 13:52

      @ Hanjo, If I might humbly point out some crucial facts: Except for the apostle Paul, the first disciples all knew Jesus Christ and were WITNESSES to the events. There has never been any report anywhere of ANY witness ever having denied the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Except for the apostle John, all the first disciples of Christ were killed for their claim that Jesus Christ rose again. The apostle Peter writes in his letter: "We did not follow after cleverly invented tales... but WE WERE WITNESSES...". Either Peter, Andrew, Matthew and co LIED and KNOWINGLY DIED FOR A LIE or they DIED FOR THEIR FAITH AND FACTUAL WITNESS. Now, a man may indeed be willing to die for a fiction he WRONGLY BELIEVES to be truth; but it is highly unlikely (some would even say impossible) for a sane man to willingly die for what he knows is a lie he invented for the sake spreading. For, in all honesty, if the Gospel is a lie, it was a pretty pointless lie as the liars DID NOT GAIN FINANCIAL OR SOCIALLY from it. They LOST EVERYTHING for their claim that Jesus Christ is risen. Furthermore, Jesus Christ's witnesses NEVER recanted. Not once. It is a well-known fact: get a group of liars, put enough pressure on them and soon enough someone will crack and confess the lie. Why are there no accounts of any initial witnesses recanting? Would you die for a fairytale you made up? Would you perpetuate a lie even if it costs you everything dear to you?

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 13:56

      The records we have of Jesus life was written decades after the actual occurrence, all of it. Many of it by anonymous authors - This is the bible though, the same book that speaks of talking snakes, donkeys and bushes. there exists very little evidence outside of the bible for the existence of Jeus, Josephus apparently mentioned him but those writings were exposed as fakes but even in them, only his existence is mentioned, nothing of him being a demigod. BUT I do not object to the fact that a man named Jesus probably existed back then. I am simply questioning the fact that people accept he was more than a man, there's nothing outside of scripture that suggests this. no supernatural entity or being has ever been shown to exist and I question on what basis people believe this claim. - that's it.

      Reinach Van Nieuwenhuizen - 2013-05-30 14:01

      @Conrad Marshall - almah : young maiden of marriageable age, bethulah : virgin

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 14:02

      Matthew 1:16 "And Jacob begat Joseph the husband of Mary." Luke 3:23: "He was the son (so it was thought) of Joseph the son of Heli" this contradiction shows that the one or both of the authors fabricated the lineage of Joseph so it seems to suggest he was linked to David. but Mary was a virgin, wasn't she, so Joseph isn't biologically linked to Jesus, so Jesus is not a descendant of David.

      DamnTheMan - 2013-05-30 14:11

      @Conrad Marshall really "Prophecies of Jesus' death in the Old Testament - recorded BEFORE he was even on earth... " So was Jesus a decendant of David? Through who, himself(immaculate conception) or Mary? What a chop? Selective understanding I see...

      DeeGee - 2013-05-30 14:12

      @ The story 2000 years ago is way different than this.

      Bheki Dladla - 2013-05-30 14:15

      Crucify him and lets see if he will rise again.

      Psalm Proverb - 2013-05-30 14:16

      @ Hanjo (Part 2), Just a final point, I note you claim that Jesus Christ is not a physical descendant of King David. That's not true. Jesus Christ is a descendant of King David through both Mary's and Joseph's family line. The Gospels provide us with TWO family lines for King David - one for Joseph and one for Mary. It is also noteworthy, that Mary's family line is clear of the cursed line of one of King David's descendants. I might finally point out this deal killer for your friend AJ Miller. As he claims to be Jesus Christ, he was OBLIGED to return to earth in the EXACT MANNER that Jesus Christ said He would appear. That manner does not include being born of a woman, it does not include getting married and divorced and does not include forming a religious community. Jesus Christ does not strike me as One who forgets who He is and gets divorced when He remembers. Jesus Christ's next stop on this planet is JUDGMENT against mankind. He returns in the clouds as KING - not a preacher - and every knee will bow before Him - include those who reject and mock Him now. AJ Miller needs to read a Bible for a change.

      Joe Fiala - 2013-05-30 14:18

      @ Hanjo Jacob is Joseph's father. Heli is his father in law. Why do you (and others) constantly attempt to invalidate the life of Jesus? If someone wants to believe what they believe then it has nothing to do with you.

      KingPun - 2013-05-30 14:29

      Whats his twitter handle? I want to follow him...

      Chilli Stephenson - 2013-05-30 14:38

      What a nut job! Jesus said when He returns, that He will come in the same way He left, and that all the world will know of His return! So this guy is just a crazy man!

      Psalm Proverb - 2013-05-30 14:39

      @ Hanjo, With respect, your claim about the authorship of the Bible is flawed. The Epistles of Peter were written by PETER himself. It was to these letters that I referred to when I quoted that Peter writes: "...we WERE WITNESSES...". I was not even quoting the Gospel. I am quite curious as why expect claims of Jesus Christ's divinity to be found OUTSIDE the Bible. Why? Your position makes no sense in light of the fact that the Bible is collection of writings of those events AFFIRMING Jesus Christ's divinity. If there was any other letter floating about outside the Bible it would mean that the early Church of failed to collect, safeguard and use all inspired works. The early Church was closely knit due to persecution. All evidence of Christ's life was closely shared IN THE PERSECUTED COMMUNITY, forced to hide and sometime flee due to outside pressure. Why would a Roman pagan affirm Christ's divinity without ceasing to be pagan and bring his written, affirmation into the early Church? Your comment reveals a lack of grasp of the historical context in which the early Christians found themselves.

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 14:51

      I'm not trying to invalidate anything, I simply look at the available evidence and give my objective opinion. which is, a guy named Jesus most likely existed, was he a demigod though? obviously not.

      Psalm Proverb - 2013-05-30 15:11

      @ Hanjo, Objective assessment is good. However, let's be honest, you are not interested in an objective assessment - only to vent your unbelief. Having said that, an objective assessment of AJ Miller would simply go as follows: 1. AJ Miller claims to be the Jesus Christ of the Bible. Hence, he is not claiming to be some guy in Brazil named "Jesus", who se identity could be defined in th abstract. The Jesus Christ of the Bible is specific and indentifiable. 2. What does the Bible say about Jesus Christ? Well, an reading of the Bible tells us how this Jesus Christ (that this AJ Miller claims to be) will be seen in the future - returning in the clouds. I won't even begin digging even deeper into why AJ Miller's claims are idiotic. 3. Did AJ Miller return in the clouds? No. Conclusion: AJ Miller is not Jesus Christ. Next topic... It is really that simple. It's either an apple or it isn't. As to your unbelief... If you wish to address it, then start digging deep into the Bible and ask the God Whose existence you doubt to help you grasp it. This is not voodoo, or mumbo-jumbo, or fairytales - it is a simple, sincere spiritual quest. This is not an issue you can afford to be wrong on.. For if Christianity be true, then Jesus Christ is of ETERNAL importance to you - even if you deny Him. For you are bound to find out that you have made a horrible, eternal miscalculation in your casual approach to Him and His claim. Take care.

      Conrad Marshall - 2013-05-30 15:20

      @DamnTheMan: So was Jesus a decendant of David? Yes he actually was, according to the oldest Hebrew scriptures... thanks for calling me a chop, i take it from who it comes....

      Oscar Blade - 2013-05-30 15:28

      Just goes to show, having delusions of being a messiah is a common mental condition. All we have to do is get inside that noggin of his, classify the condition and finally prove that Jesus was actually mentally sick

      Shayne Farrell - 2013-05-30 15:53

      Luke 21.88 He replied: “Watch out that you are not deceived. For many will come in my name, claiming, ‘I am he,’ and, ‘The time is near.’ Do not follow them. 9 When you hear of wars and uprisings, do not be frightened. These things must happen first, but the end will not come right away.” Mattew 24 4 Jesus answered: “Watch out that no one deceives you. 5 For many will come in my name, claiming, ‘I am the Messiah,’ and will deceive many. 6 You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come. 7 Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines and earthquakes in various places. 8 All these are the beginning of birth pains.

      reality - 2013-05-30 16:12

      @Kenneth Borland > The Old Testament, written hundreds of years before Jesus lived on earth, is full of messianic prophecies. Jesus fulfilled them all - the chances of one man doing that are almost infinitesimal. And yet, God's Holy Nation, to this day does not believe this. So, what evidence do you have to show that god's Holy Nation is wrong? http://www.simpletoremember.com/articles/a/jewsandjesus/ http://www.beingjewish.com/toshuv/whynotbrief.html

      NickvanGraan - 2013-05-30 16:29

      and the money rolls in no doubt ..

      Marev Audioslave - 2013-05-30 17:24

      Amen bazalwane, enough!

      Russell Cowan - 2013-05-30 18:29

      Maybe this is the sign the ANC will be voted out in the next election. Jacob did say "The ANC will rule until Jesus comes". But on a serious not, there are some really stupis people in this world that belong in Cloud Chukoo land

      Jaded Oldfart - 2013-05-30 19:13

      @stephen murphy: you are selectively ignoring the bits of the bible that don't fit your view. the supposedly original jesus prophesied the following to occur within the lifetime of people alive at the time: - The stars would fall to earth - The Great Tribulation & Rapture - Judgment Day for all mankind - The Second Coming of Jesus Christ

      Steward Regenald De Bruin - 2013-05-30 19:47

      Yes. And I am Elvis. All bow to the king!

      Steward Regenald De Bruin - 2013-05-30 19:53

      Thank you very much!

      Nina Anicic Ignjatov - 2013-05-30 21:54

      What a joke !!!!!! Sick what people would do for money, and you get simpletons who believe him, and move close to him, just boggles my mind.

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:32

      ACCEPT THE RELIGION OF ATHEISM NOW

      JordMavis - 2013-05-31 03:17

      Is this one any more far fetched than the other oke?

      Thulani D Tembe - 2013-05-31 03:24

      This is guy is mad !!!!!!

      Teancum Smith - 2013-05-31 08:16

      If you are going to pretend to be Jesus then do some homework before hand to make it a little believable. Matthew 16:27 - The Son of Man shall come in the glory of his Father Acts 1:11 - This same Jesus shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven Zech. 13:6 - One shall say, What are these wounds in thine hands? Also missing the whole resurrected and perfect body. Come on, poor attempt!

      Jacques Smith - 2013-05-31 09:38

      @Jaco Louw...When the Real Jesus returns would you tell Him that He is BS?

      Louis Dawid Kriel - 2013-05-31 12:35

      As we approach the rapture, the Lord askes whether he will find any faith on earth. When I read through the comments I can see that once again Jesus was right and guys (poor lost souls) like Hanjo is wrong. Not everybody believes in Jesus, in fact most people reject Him! But He also warnes us that other people will come and claim to be the Messiah. Thanks for warning us Jesus you are a wonderful God.

      Denzil Bazley - 2013-05-31 13:59

      Calls himself the son of God, gathers disciple around him ... this is dangerous stuff!

      Monsta Ronis - 2013-05-31 15:28

      If 1 person suffers from a delusion it's called insanity if many people suffer from a delusion it's called RELIGION !

      Frikkie Botes - 2013-05-31 18:06

      He has part of the truth, but not all. We all have Jesus spirit inside of us, but we are not him. YHWH is one with his children and YHWH is the grapevine, we are the stems of that vine. That is why at a time of revelation we all can feel we are the Christ. Truth is when the kingdom gets established inside of us we will rule together as/with the christ in the kingdom.

  • Phillip Britz - 2013-05-30 12:16

    "a former neuroscientist who gave up her career to be closer Miller's home" "Dozens of other people are have reportedly bought properties in the area to be closer to Miller." - Sounds like this article was written by a high school dropout in their 3rd language. The level of journalism on News24 is shocking. I spot about half a dozen mistakes a day.

      Nqobile Majola - 2013-05-30 14:52

      Not only that, they don't do their research properly and give us concrete news, they hear rumors then they publish. About that 14 yr old boy who axed down his family they said 4 family members died, the following day they say no the grandmother ddnt die she was transferred to another hospital bla bla bla... mnx ai man get ur facts straight new24

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:32

      The RELIGION of ATHEISM is the way

      Matthew Swanepoel - 2013-05-31 13:58

      I wonder if him and Judas have patched things up?

  • Dick Muller - 2013-05-30 12:19

    Good God..!

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:33

      Submit to THE RELIGION of ATHEISM

  • Richard Prowse - 2013-05-30 12:20

    cANCer beware, yr time is running out, he has come.

      Heidie van Dyk - 2013-05-30 12:59

      Bwhahahahahah....good one

      Heidie van Dyk - 2013-05-30 12:59

      Bwhahahahahah....good one

      Fraidycat - 2013-05-30 20:50

      Maybe he be here to lead the ANC...

  • Colin Taylor - 2013-05-30 12:20

    I don't believe that Jesus would ever allow himself to be reincarnated as an Australian....LMAO

      Fiona Mary Harris - 2013-05-30 12:41

      That's brilliant Colin! lol

      Fiona Mary Harris - 2013-05-30 12:41

      That's brilliant Colin! lol

      Coenraad Van Der Westhuizen - 2013-05-30 12:54

      Crikey!

      Coenraad Van Der Westhuizen - 2013-05-30 12:54

      Crikey!

      Coenraad Van Der Westhuizen - 2013-05-30 13:10

      Exactly. No Shellfish allowed. So, no prawns on the barbie for him.

      Coenraad Van Der Westhuizen - 2013-05-30 13:10

      Exactly. No Shellfish allowed. So, no prawns on the barbie for him.

      Lucy Williamson - 2013-05-30 17:19

      Yea Colin - don't think the accent would quite fit. Of course if he could change water into wine then I would definitely be a convert!

      Jerome Main - 2013-05-31 07:06

      whahahahahha

      Antie Christen - 2013-05-31 07:38

      Oh dear...someone has gone full retard!

      Thabo Mashego - 2013-05-31 14:50

      O stlaela Colin, LMAO.

  • Colleen - 2013-05-30 12:21

    Oh my! Won't this cause a flutter in many believers hearts!

      Theesan - 2013-05-30 12:26

      There we go proof that God exists. Take that News24 atheists

      Theesan - 2013-05-30 12:26

      There we go proof that God exists. Take that News24 atheists

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 12:33

      theesan, great, now sell your belongings and move to Australia.

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 12:33

      theesan, great, now sell your belongings and move to Australia.

      jeremy thorpe - 2013-05-30 13:25

      Hey Theesan, what "proof" are you talking about? It's just some delusional Aussie looking for publicity, not the second coming!

      DamnTheMan - 2013-05-30 14:12

      Fail ... Atheists are real so god exists ... Logic fail ...

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:35

      It will cause a heart attack. The religion of ATHEISM is supreme to all other religions

  • Tim Norris - 2013-05-30 12:22

    I looked in the mirror this morning and looking at my stomach I am sure I am Buddha.

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 12:33

      Haaaaa :)))

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 12:33

      Haaaaa :)))

      Goldie Gold - 2013-05-30 12:37

      Lol!

      Goldie Gold - 2013-05-30 12:37

      Lol!

      Bheki Dladla - 2013-05-30 15:58

      give Tim a bells lmao!!!! as for the Australian "jesus", vinegar will do. go back to where ever the hell you came from.

      Lucy Williamson - 2013-05-30 17:21

      ..... but can you sit like Buddah?

  • mark1 - 2013-05-30 12:23

    Only in Austrailia or USA

      reality - 2013-05-30 13:53

      And in thousands of other places as well http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_claimed_to_be_Jesus

      Fraidycat - 2013-05-30 20:53

      He obviously believed is guidance counselor who said he could be anything he wants to be...OR in his matric yearbook he was deemed the guy most likely to be jesus reincarnated!

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:36

      Only in Telletubbieland

  • Valkerie Koekemoer - 2013-05-30 12:24

    Oh my giddy aunt! Could the real JC please stand up?

      Coenraad Van Der Westhuizen - 2013-05-30 12:55

      Can't, the real JC is dead, and locked in my basement...

      Valkerie Koekemoer - 2013-05-30 13:26

      We'll give it 3(ish) days and see what happens, yeah?

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:36

      Yes, he was standing up on the shelf at the bottle store. Its JC Le Roux.

  • Vaughan - 2013-05-30 12:25

    I can see why he gave up the whole IT thing, the web-site doesnt exactly look great.

  • RabbleRouser - 2013-05-30 12:25

    This is very amusing. Another one of those opportunistic characters who is jumping at the chance to fleece gullible believers. Fortunately, I am an atheist and do not believe in God or Jesus. So he won't make a cent out of me.

      Nicolas Botha - 2013-05-30 13:01

      wish you could realise the truth, unfortunately for you your narrow mind has the better of you! Such a fool you are!

      Nicolas Botha - 2013-05-30 13:01

      wish you could realise the truth, unfortunately for you your narrow mind has the better of you! Such a fool you are!

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 13:24

      Nicolas Bad, bad Christian. NIV 1984. Matthew 5:22: "But I tell you that anyone who is angry with his brother will be subject to judgment. Again, anyone who says to his brother, 'Raca,' is answerable to the Sanhedrin. But anyone who says, 'You fool!' will be in danger of the fire of hell." Suggest you very quickly get down on your knees, close your eyes and hold your hands in abject subjugation and beg your god to forgive you otherwise you are not going to go to happy lala land when you die.

      reality - 2013-05-30 13:55

      @RabbleRouser... You are missing out on an opportunity. There is lots of money to be made..and some tax-free. Jump on the band wagon when you can.

      Oscar Blade - 2013-05-30 16:03

      I pity you Gustav...you believe in a sexist, egotist, self-centred, vengeful 'god'...

      Silver Orange - 2013-05-30 16:38

      GB Garratt, atheists are not the brothers of Christians, did Jesus not himself say those that do the will of God is His brothers. Atheists do not do the will of God therefor Matt 5:22 does not refer to you or your other atheist brothers. It refers to fellow brothers in Christ. Even King Solomon that was given wisdom from God said : Those that say there is no God are fools. Stick to your subject: the belief in nothing

      Lucy Williamson - 2013-05-30 17:23

      But if he can change water into wine there are great opportunities! Wonder if he can change water into Chardonnay? Mom...

  • Augustine Chibuzo Onyejizu - 2013-05-30 12:25

    Can someone please tell that idiot that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and not man. That Jesus Christ is not dead so can't reincarnate. Anyway he said jesus reincarnation and nt Jesus Christ

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 12:48

      Really now. Any evidence for that. I mean, at least I can see this Aussie dude and if he says he's Jesus then that's fine by me. So where can I see your Jesus?

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 12:48

      Really now. Any evidence for that. I mean, at least I can see this Aussie dude and if he says he's Jesus then that's fine by me. So where can I see your Jesus?

      reality - 2013-05-30 14:02

      Ok, if he is not dead, show him to us.

  • RodinsThinker - 2013-05-30 12:26

    "He's not the messiah - he's a very naughty boy!"

      Pulverturm - 2013-05-31 15:29

      And he's a Woman! (Roman pwonounced funny) :)

  • Martin van Staden - 2013-05-30 12:26

    Lol, Jesus won't go make such idiotic remarks to the press. This guy is a nutjob. If he really is the reincarnation, we'll all be dead in a few months anyway.

      reality - 2013-05-30 14:05

      Yes, they also thought Noah was crazy remember?

  • Tyron Louw - 2013-05-30 12:27

    Seems legit

      Luther Du Plessis - 2013-05-30 12:39

      hahaha, yes, i mean every one did what we are doing with Noa when he build the arc.. thing is you will never know. People can say - that's not how Jesus would appear but no one is aloud to judge..

      Luther Du Plessis - 2013-05-30 12:39

      hahaha, yes, i mean every one did what we are doing with Noa when he build the arc.. thing is you will never know. People can say - that's not how Jesus would appear but no one is aloud to judge..

  • Johan Aucamp - 2013-05-30 12:33

    2000 years ago there was another guy who also claimed the same thing, and millions still believe him after 2 millenia

      RodinsThinker - 2013-05-30 12:56

      gustav, that's quite a set of claims you make there, fella - got any evidence for 'em?

      RodinsThinker - 2013-05-30 12:56

      gustav, that's quite a set of claims you make there, fella - got any evidence for 'em?

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 13:05

      Gustav What exactly do you happen to know about Alan [the One previously known as Jesus] which qualifies you to call him a loon?

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 13:05

      Gustav What exactly do you happen to know about Alan [the One previously known as Jesus] which qualifies you to call him a loon?

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 13:12

      The same bible with the talking bushes, snakes and donkeys?

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 13:12

      The same bible with the talking bushes, snakes and donkeys?

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 13:28

      Gustav Which universities? Now come on. Where is the empirical evidence that his Jesus guy existed, that he was the Son of a god, that he rose from the dead and that daddy god existed.

      Oscar Blade - 2013-05-30 13:42

      @Gustav: Millions of people also reported seeing dragons, sea monsters and aliens...guess they must be right!!!

      Oscar Blade - 2013-05-30 14:49

      Exactly Gustav...a case of mistaken perception. So let's say people that saw Jesus resurrected actually saw his long lost twin

      reality - 2013-05-30 15:40

      @Gustav > His own brother also said he was God, and that he never sinned. What does god say in the 6th commandment Thou shalt not kill. What did god do during Noah's flood? He killed people with water "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God" John 1:1 If what the bible said is true then jesus is a mass murderer who never sinned

      Oscar Blade - 2013-05-30 15:53

      Yes I can Gustav... I can refute a BILLION people that think they saw something...ever heard of MASS DELUSION?

      reality - 2013-05-30 16:47

      @Gustav > If you go look at the original Hebraic text, the word is "murder", not kill. So, god murdered the people instead of killing them? Big difference. So, then he is not a killer but a murderer. I hate to say it but it is the same thing. So, what you are saying is that it is a good thing he murdered those people. It still does not take away the fact that god, jesus christ and the holy spirit are part of the awful threesome that murdered countless millions of people. And you do not call that a sin when it is specifically named as commandment number 6?

      reality - 2013-05-30 17:13

      @Gustav Killing people deliberately or murdering people still remains murder And jesus christ was part of this. So, without sin? Not possible.

      Oscar Blade - 2013-05-30 17:25

      Gustav I am so glad you just said that...as usual you christians argue yourselves into a corner that you can'r get out: Do me a favour and google mass delusion?

      Mike Swart - 2013-05-30 18:05

      @ Gustav Where do you find it that Jesus's own brother said he was god?

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:42

      Yep and in the year 4013 there will be churches on mars too.

      Lionel De Frontignac - 2013-05-31 04:40

      My Dear Gustav, you need to get over it; there is absolutely no archaeological evidence that Alan (he who was called Jesus Christ) was around in Canaan 2000 odd years ago. It may also interest you to know that early followers of Alan were divided over whether or not there was a resurrection. There were also more than 4 gospels. The current format of most xtianity was agreed upon at the Council of Nicaea (AA 325 - after Alan 325). Gnostics and others, who did not agree with the doctrines were then persecuted and slaughtered in their thousands, so that the creed could maintain it's so-called integrity, and so that you, my dear fellow, would have a cohesive doctrine of mumbo jumbo. So, the reality is that, over the centuries, millions have been killed in the name of faith. They died so that you could believe in Alan. I'm still trying to get over the one logical problem you guys have: why would someone want to, or have to die for sins? Just get over it and accept that we are nothing more than a relatively advanced species of ape.

      reality - 2013-05-31 06:19

      @Gustav > @reality: Murder and Kill have two different descriptions in every dictionary around the world. They are not the same, and thus you cannot draw that conclusion Please read your bible Gustav...in the bible they are the same depending on which translation you choose. http://biblehub.com/exodus/20-13.htm New American Standard Bible (©1995) "You shall not murder. King James Bible (Cambridge Ed.) Thou shalt not kill.

      reality - 2013-05-31 06:20

      @Gustav > And you say God must have sin: the fact that you say God sins is an oxymoron. How can He commit something negative against Himself? Sin is, afterall, disobedience to God. How can God be disobedient to Himself? He made the rules. He broke them. If people in Parliament made a law not to steal and then they go out and steal, they are guilty of stealing. How can God be disobedient to Himself? By making a commandment not to murder people and then going ahead and murdering people himself. Where in the bible does it say that god's 10 commandments does not apply to god?

      reality - 2013-05-31 06:21

      @Gustav > Besides, where is it ever mentioned that Jesus killed anyone? In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God" John 1:1 Thus, jesus was there right from the beginning as the "Word" is interpreted as meaning jesus christ (according to Tony Strong) Toby Strong also said the 1st commandment "Thou shall have no other gods before me." includes jesus christ and the holy spirit in the meaning of God" - remember the trinity? Therefore everywhere where god is mentioned it actually means these 3 personas. So, if god murdered people then remember who is god? Yes, the father, the son and the holy spirit

      reality - 2013-05-31 06:27

      > Besides, where is it ever mentioned that Jesus killed anyone? In the bible? Many times..for example.. Noah's Ark. Who murdered the people? God..consisting of the father, the son and the holy spirit

      reality - 2013-05-31 08:45

      @reality: Again, your entire argument rests on the fact that you don’t have a proper understanding of the word murder and kill Then the bible translators also do not have that understanding. New American Standard Bible (©1995) "You shall not murder. King James Bible (Cambridge Ed.) Thou shalt not kill.

      reality - 2013-05-31 08:47

      Have you ever heard of “context”? Have you perhaps looked at how the word is used in the Bible? Yes and yes...look at the 2 translations below. New American Standard Bible (©1995) "You shall not murder. King James Bible (Cambridge Ed.) Thou shalt not kill.

      reality - 2013-05-31 08:52

      @Gustav > To tackle your argument regarding God sinning: You clearly did not read the link I gave you in my previous argument, which would have explained it to you. The facts are... 1. God made a law that it is a sin to murder people. 2. God broke that law by murdering people. 3. God therefore sinned. 4. God did not ever say that he is excluded from the 10 commandments. That is the facts no matter which other contortions you go through to explain it away.

  • Colleen - 2013-05-30 12:34

    He does seem to have the same shifty-eyed look......

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:43

      He is a reptillian shape shifter

  • Chad Anthony Kotze - 2013-05-30 12:35

    LOL Jesus died and rose again, he will never have to be re incarnated :) nor was he married, but i pray for those following this man, maybe God has made him dream of some truths and he is taking the Glorify himself. TRUST ME when Jesus returns as scriptures say, the whole world will witness it ;)

      Livo Naledi - 2013-05-30 12:56

      Oh yes, Chad. The Lord JESUS warned us of such people, saying: many will come in my name in the last days, claiming: 'i am HE'. Do not follow them, says THE LORD. For THE SON OF MAN will come the same way HE ascended to heaven, and when that happens, every eye will see HIM, including those who pierced HIM. THE LORD IS COMING!

      Livo Naledi - 2013-05-30 12:56

      Oh yes, Chad. The Lord JESUS warned us of such people, saying: many will come in my name in the last days, claiming: 'i am HE'. Do not follow them, says THE LORD. For THE SON OF MAN will come the same way HE ascended to heaven, and when that happens, every eye will see HIM, including those who pierced HIM. THE LORD IS COMING!

      Nicolas Botha - 2013-05-30 13:03

      I love what you have said bud, God Bless You!!

      Nicolas Botha - 2013-05-30 13:03

      I love what you have said bud, God Bless You!!

      James Mabote - 2013-05-30 13:06

      Maybe this is your Jesus. After all, the fact that he's making news accross the globe, does that not mean that the world is seeing it? And if he does come on a cloud, where exactly is he going to land? For instance, let's say he lands here in South Africa during the day, will others thoughout the globe see this descent, or will he tour the globe on this cloud for some time until the whole world has witnessed it? Let's reason.

      James Mabote - 2013-05-30 13:06

      Maybe this is your Jesus. After all, the fact that he's making news accross the globe, does that not mean that the world is seeing it? And if he does come on a cloud, where exactly is he going to land? For instance, let's say he lands here in South Africa during the day, will others thoughout the globe see this descent, or will he tour the globe on this cloud for some time until the whole world has witnessed it? Let's reason.

      Nomvula Ka Masheleni Msimanga - 2013-05-30 13:21

      Chad Jesus the son of man died and he will never come back but christ the son of God lives today with the Apostles as the scriptures say. so the is no one coming back ever...So this Ausi guy he is just making money, feel sorry for those who actually blv him.

      Nomvula Ka Masheleni Msimanga - 2013-05-30 13:21

      Chad Jesus the son of man died and he will never come back but christ the son of God lives today with the Apostles as the scriptures say. so the is no one coming back ever...So this Ausi guy he is just making money, feel sorry for those who actually blv him.

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 13:31

      I don't care what unsupported claims you guys make I think this is the real deal Jesus. I mean he even looks like Jesus and talks like Jesus so he must be Jesus, right? The only thing different is that Aussie Jesus appears to like Women while Bible bollocks Jesus never had a girl friend and always hung around with 12 other blokes. Bit suspicious actually.

      James Mabote - 2013-05-30 14:27

      GB Garett, what do you mean when you say 'he talks like Jesus'? Have you ever heard Jesus talk? Or are you one of the 12 apostles who just came back? Yoh!!! The plot is thickening.

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:43

      Jehovas witnesses will "WITNESS" it. LOL

      Lionel De Frontignac - 2013-05-31 04:42

      Do you think he descended from the clouds in an Airbus?

  • Gary Doyle - 2013-05-30 12:36

    What a load of crap but if only it could be true, would make the anc's time limited according to their own preaching. Yay, an Aussie with an identity crisis to rescue SA from certain hell!

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:44

      Worship the rhino?

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:44

      Maybe the rhino, is the wild beast of revelation And the beast was slayed, maybe thats why the rhinos are being poached

  • Lourens van Niekerk - 2013-05-30 12:37

    Shocking resemblance to the pictures in my kiddies bible... From carpentry to IT. moving up I see. One is never too old to make a career change. Wonder if his mother was a virgin too.

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:43

      Anton La Vey's bible is a kiddies bible

  • Hanjo - 2013-05-30 12:37

    I am expecting that the very same people who believe similar claims, written down by anonymous primitive authors 2000 years ago, will baselessly claim this guy is a fake or fraud. and that, my dear fellow South Africans, is what we call hypocrisy.

      Nicolas Botha - 2013-05-30 13:04

      wish you could realise the truth, unfortunately for you your narrow mind has the better of you! Such a fool you are!

      Nicolas Botha - 2013-05-30 13:04

      wish you could realise the truth, unfortunately for you your narrow mind has the better of you! Such a fool you are!

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 13:07

      'truth' can be verified Nicolas, it doesn't require faith. Any 'truth' that requires faith, should actually be referred to as speculation.

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 13:07

      'truth' can be verified Nicolas, it doesn't require faith. Any 'truth' that requires faith, should actually be referred to as speculation.

      Elisha Musindo - 2013-05-30 13:12

      Hanjo, i wish i could meet you and impact the spiritual gift i have. You understanding of spiritual life will be changed for ever.

      Elisha Musindo - 2013-05-30 13:12

      Hanjo, i wish i could meet you and impact the spiritual gift i have. You understanding of spiritual life will be changed for ever.

      Mike Swart - 2013-05-30 13:34

      @ Nicolas Botha @ Elisha Musindo Would you want Hanjo to become Protestant or Catholic? It is of vital importance. Recall that the two regard each other as associated with if not outright satanic.

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 13:34

      Nicolas and Elisha Why should we take you seriously? Do you have any evidence for the bollocks you are sprouting? Just a teeny weeny bit of evidence will help. Nothing? Oh well. Just some more deluded gullible preacher fodder.

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 13:40

      'spiritual', I hate that word. the dictionary says 'spiritual' is something relating to the human spirit or soul, as far as I'm concerned, no such thing has ever been shown to exist. every bit of our consciousness is found in the brain and suggesting otherwise is simply lying to both of us. So I am not interested in whatever you are selling.

      Richard Stockenström - 2013-05-30 14:23

      Heeeey. Look who's commenting on Religion articles again..... :) The one and only Anonymous Garratt, who is so obsessed with God and religion that you will never find an article without his wise scribbles all down the page. Always demanding his "teeny weeny little bit of proof". How about Hanjo the Banjo and Gary Boy (and your other user accounts) give the believers some "Proof". Come on girls... Wow us with your insight... *puke*

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:45

      THE RELIGION of ATHEISM is no HYPOCRICY It is democracy

  • Rendani Nevhulaudzi - 2013-05-30 12:38

    He needs Jesus.

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:45

      He needs radical islam and a pack of explosives

  • Goldie Gold - 2013-05-30 12:39

    How do you reincarnate someone who is alive?

      Just a Girl - 2013-05-30 12:58

      Jesus is alive? Can you pass on his contact number or does he have a Facebook page? I have a few questions for him.

      Just a Girl - 2013-05-30 12:58

      Jesus is alive? Can you pass on his contact number or does he have a Facebook page? I have a few questions for him.

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 13:35

      Yeah. Me too. I want to find out if he's actually gay because the main character in the Bible was obviously not interested in woman.

      reality - 2013-05-30 14:18

      > How do you reincarnate someone who is alive? And I suppose you have proof that he is alive and has been hiding it from us?

  • Fiona Mary Harris - 2013-05-30 12:40

    I'll bet that's not what his first wife thinks......?!

  • Shrian Ramsamuj - 2013-05-30 12:42

    Seems legit. I mean, if he is purported to have been an "IT Specialist", who else but Jesus could possibly be a master of every single IT discipline?

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:47

      Including the removal of the start menu from windows 8, yes indeed

  • Stephen Fienberg - 2013-05-30 12:42

    Brilliant, reviving the old myth to see if people are still as gullible today as they were 2000 years ago. Just as Jesus started his cult as a social experiment, this guy is testing whether people today are still as stupid.

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 12:46

      And they are.

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 12:46

      And they are.

      Nicolas Botha - 2013-05-30 12:55

      I wish you could realise the truth, unfortunately for you your narrow mind has the better of you! Such a fool you are!

      Nicolas Botha - 2013-05-30 12:55

      I wish you could realise the truth, unfortunately for you your narrow mind has the better of you! Such a fool you are!

      Mike Swart - 2013-05-30 13:36

      @ Nicolas Botha I am quite certain that you don't even know what your own bible says. If you knew you would not accuse others who do not ascribe to it of being fools.

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 13:37

      Bicolas What truth? All you have is the bollocks written in a Bronze Age book of myths and legends based on the hallucinations of illiterate sheep herders.

      Oscar Blade - 2013-05-30 13:46

      I wish you could understand the facts that science has provided Nicolas Botha, unfortunately your indoctrination since birth and narrow mind has destroyed your ability for cognitive thinking. Such a ignorant fool you are...

  • Jo Cronje - 2013-05-30 12:42

    Crikey, mate!!

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:48

      Cow pie

  • GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 12:45

    I know we should refrain from calling religious believers stupid but what is the difference between this guy's claims and those of the Pope, Benny Hinn, Ray Creepy Crawly or any other two-bit preacherman? But then I knew that when Jesus returned, and here he is again folks, all the Christian cults would denounce him.

  • Fidelis Oviahon - 2013-05-30 12:46

    Mental illness comes in different forms,i truly wish this fellow and his followers a speedy recovery.

  • James Mabote - 2013-05-30 12:49

    Maybe he is Jesus; and maybe he is not.

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 13:39

      No, he's Jesus all right. He says so and Jesus cannot lie. The evidence that he is Jesus is the same as for the guys in the book of fairy stories.

  • Deon Fialkov - 2013-05-30 12:51

    Clearly the problems being in the IT industry... maybe he keeps playing GOD OF WAR ...and forgets to quit the game...

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:52

      He is the god of war man. And the saviour of the PS1 !!!

  • Nic Ikin - 2013-05-30 12:53

    What a freak! So many crazy people out there with nothing better to do with their time.

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:52

      Mindfreak

  • Colleen - 2013-05-30 12:55

    Of course, purveyors of current religious doctrines will certainly denounce this new Alan [previously known as Jesus] as a fraud. Their livelihood depends on retaining their own flock as an income stream.

  • Enzo - 2013-05-30 12:55

    Okay, I'll admit defeat, apologies to all those Christians that I ridiculed all these years, Jesus returned as you predicted. So I guess I am in big trouble now. See you guys in hell, I mean Outback.

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 13:01

      Enzo His name is Alan, [the One previously known as Jesus]. We have to move with the times!

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 13:01

      Enzo His name is Alan, [the One previously known as Jesus]. We have to move with the times!

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:53

      Silence, your equus is of no consequence. Behold, accept atheism now or eat the fruits of xtianism. XTIANS!!!!

  • Tienie Henning - 2013-05-30 12:55

    Mmm, I did not hear the trumpet and did not see him descending from the clouds, so nope, its not Jesus. Also we were told that many will come and claim to be the Messiah. Sorry pal, you won't fool me.!!

      Enzo - 2013-05-30 12:58

      You've been fooled once, so watch out.

      Enzo - 2013-05-30 12:58

      You've been fooled once, so watch out.

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 13:08

      Austalia is a long way away - time differences being what they are, the probability is that we were fast asleep when Alan [the One previously known as Jesus] appeared in a puff of smoke in Oz.

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 13:08

      Austalia is a long way away - time differences being what they are, the probability is that we were fast asleep when Alan [the One previously known as Jesus] appeared in a puff of smoke in Oz.

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:54

      SANTA CLAUS WILL RETURN ON 25 DECEMBER GET READY HE IS COMING SOON HO HO HO

  • Michael Demesmaeker - 2013-05-30 12:57

    Good heavens ! *excuse the pun*.. This story is totally false because there is no way anyone holy would want to be in Australia !

      Mike Swart - 2013-05-30 13:38

      He came for the sinners, not the righteous!

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:55

      atheists unite

  • Robin Stobbs - 2013-05-30 12:58

    And the sheep will come tumbling after .... ! Some people are so desperate for a crutch they will follow anything!

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 13:09

      Isn't that the pure truth!

      Colleen - 2013-05-30 13:09

      Isn't that the pure truth!

      Mike Swart - 2013-05-30 13:39

      The absolute truth! History has proven it beyond all doubt.

      Erns Kleynhans - 2013-05-30 13:53

      The one giving out the 'crutches' exercises control...

  • Andre Fourie - 2013-05-30 13:03

    Geez, another nutter. Settle down, my son.

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 13:41

      I think he is very clever, exploiting all the stupid Christians. He's going to be making himself a lot of money.

  • Lenox Ntlantsana - 2013-05-30 13:05

    Mental institution is his home for 30 days at least for Mental Status evaluation! Grandiosity accordingly DSM 1v.

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 13:42

      No, No. No. He is going to be putting lots of money in the bank. All the stupid gullible people who believe in Jesus are going to throw cash in his direction. Just like the Pole and Ray Creepy Crawly.

  • Debra Moldenhauer - 2013-05-30 13:06

    This is what happens when people need a "crutch" in life....they turn to fanatics like this.....and worst of all get so DEEP into these things that they cannot see clearly at all anymore. Very sad state of affairs.

  • alta.steyn.3 - 2013-05-30 13:07

    This is written in the book of Revelations. That man will come and proclaim to be Christ. Do not believe this man. He is a false prophet. Jesus will come when God says the time is right.

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 13:14

      you should believe everything you read.

      Hanjo - 2013-05-30 13:14

      you should believe everything you read.

      GB Garratt - 2013-05-30 13:43

      How would you know a real Jesus from a false one?

      Oscar Blade - 2013-05-30 13:47

      Are you familiar with the concept of a self fulfilling prophecy?

      Peter Thompson - 2013-05-30 13:50

      This is definitely the false one, Alan? Paah! Brian will be his name

      Mike Olwagen - 2013-05-30 15:02

      @ Pat Garrat - Don't worry about being able to recognise, this is not applicable to you. Billy the Kid will know!

      Sonja Boliter - 2013-05-30 20:56

      Alta, I agree with you. You see, the only truth is that Jesus Christ will come as He left. Stay close to His heart. Only the Father knows when His Son will be coming back to earth to fetch His bride. The bible clearly states it. If God said it, I believe it!!! Our responsibility towards these people is not to judge them, but to pray for them and to love them, because that is what the REAL Jesus Christ, who is sitting on the righthand of the Father as we speak.

  • Graham Leslie Hurlstone-jones - 2013-05-30 13:07

    Alan of the dead....

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 01:59

      Meat hook

  • Etienne Cheddar Wait - 2013-05-30 13:07

    He can heal all diseases, but he needs glasses to see? Seems legit...

  • Zandile Zungu - 2013-05-30 13:09

    Nonsense, he is misleading people. He will be accountable for all this on judgement day. We thank God because the bible has warned us about this in the last days. Mary Magdalena was Jesus' mom and this guy his partner is Mary Magdalena, a joke or what? Go to hell with your father devil

      Bongan Maseko - 2013-05-30 13:26

      They guy is crazy I agree but Mary Magdalena was not Jesus's mother

      Anica Le Grange - 2013-05-30 16:34

      Wasnt Mary Magdaline the prostitue who washed Jesus feet with her hair n oil.... I suspect she was his loverbtoo but eyed his bedt friend Lazarus sister too? But he died before he could make decision because he was a real mamas boy! His mother Mary was always around somewhere?

      Lionel De Frontignac - 2013-05-31 04:47

      If you are going to believe in Alan, at least get your bible right - Mary Magadalene was Alan's hooker muse, not his mum.

  • DarkVoid - 2013-05-30 13:09

    You claim to be someone, you still use the wrong name and people still follow you. Idjits.

  • Daveman - 2013-05-30 13:09

    I refuse to accept Jesus is an aussie. Thats just wrong

  • Gugu Lethu - 2013-05-30 13:10

    I guess that makes the guy who made the british-french undersea train Moses since he parted water to pass thru

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 02:02

      At Grass Roots level

  • alta.steyn.3 - 2013-05-30 13:13

    Sorry dude, Alan, you must be smoking your socks.

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 02:02

      He is smoking his wife's socks and licking her feet. The dude has a SERIOUS FOOT FETISH

  • chris.andrews.547389 - 2013-05-30 13:14

    I am from the future...living on Mars...lol...lol...

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 02:03

      I am from the planet Xtian

  • DuToitCoetzee - 2013-05-30 13:15

    There goes Australia's wine industry.(remember water into wine?)

      PeterTheRoman - 2013-05-31 02:03

      If he is Christian, the wine will be non-Alcoholic