filed under: Miscellaneous on September 25, 2008



By Robert Bowie Johnson, Jr.

Oprah Winfrey has said she will have Sarah Palin on her show after the election. I doubt that Sarah will appear on Oprah’s show then or at any other time. I don’t think Oprah is going to follow through, either. They both understand what the other represents. The spiritual contrast between them is too stark, starker than that between the sun at high noon and midnight in a dismal swamp. Sarah worships the Creator of the heavens and the earth. Oprah worships herself.

As we examine the striking exhibition of spiritual and moral unlikeness between these two women, we’ll see with crystal clarity exactly what is at stake in this election. Sarah Palin, the governor of Alaska, is John McCain’s running-mate. Oprah Winfrey has been called “the richest and most influential woman in the world.” Given all her support and enthusiastically reciprocated praise for Obama, Oprah may as well be his real running-mate. Michelle Obama has called Oprah an “incredible force.” Is she a force for good or a force for evil? The contrast between Oprah’s worldview and Sarah Palin’s will tell us, and by extension, we’ll find out where Barack Obama really stands.


SARAH believes that the Scriptures (Genesis to Revelation), in the original Hebrew and Greek, are the inspired, infallible words of the Creator and that these words speak the truth to our minds, and to the eyes of our heart.
OPRAH believes that divine revelation comes through the words of her New Age guru, Eckhart Tolle, whose exclusive, esoteric, “infallible” interpretation of all spiritual traditions she avidly embraces. Oprah insists that Tolle’s words supersede the words of Christ and all of Scripture. Oprah sees herself as an “awakened” and “evolved” human being who partakes fully in the supreme “it” behind all things, “universal intelligence.” Being plugged in to this “universal intelligence” generates for Oprah “awareness,” “presence,” and “flowering consciousness,” all disguised terms for self-adoration.

 SARAH believes that she was created in the image of God, and that she is descended from Adam and Eve through Noah and his wife.
OPRAH believes she evolved by chance out of some kind of primordial ooze over hundreds of millions of years through worms, reptiles, and ape-people.

SARAH relies on the word of God and the Holy Spirit to guide her into truth.
OPRAH relies on a spirit or a force Tolle calls the “Source” which he claims resides within him and Oprah. That “Source” has told him that the word of the God of the Bible is not reliable, that there is no death, and that he and Oprah both are as God, able to say of themselves “I Am That I Am.” These things that the “Source” has told Oprah and Tolle are the same things the serpent told Eve in the ancient garden.


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I thought this was interesting.  Although I think the author is claiming to know much of what Mrs. Sarah Palin believes, and only God knows that, the concept behind this was fascinating to me.


Many blessings-


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  • BP says:

    That is very intersting. I haven’t watched Oprah in a long time. I did at one time but I guess once I found out more about her I stopped.
    Praying for you today! How many more days?

  • Tracie says:

    I do not care for Sarah Palin…but I am sure you knew that already : )
    I don’t really care for Oprah either. She has done alot of good for many people with her money, though, and that gives her my respect.

  • Christy says:

    I love Sara Palin and can’t stand Oprah. I don’t agree at all with the above comment from Tracie, just because a person gives money and it begins as good, when you’re not giving through the love of Christ, it ultimately is through the works of Satan. Hitler did “Good” for Nazi’s, but look at what he did to the rest. Being a “good person” as we know doesn’t get us to Heaven, only the Acceptance of Christ. I know I’m preaching to the choir here.