Bill O’Reilly ‘mad at God’

Bill O’Reilly ‘mad at God’

“You know, am I mad at God? Yeah, I’m mad at him,” O’Reilly said on the latest episode of his web series, “No Spin News.”

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Whoa, hold them horses, Bill O’Reilly.

Mr. O’Reilly unless you obeyed the following scripture by picking up your cross, denying self and following very close after a holy Jesus you have no right to “blame God.”

Had Mr. O’Reilly done that his behavior, structure at the office and his personal conduct would have dramatically looked different. As that is not the case, don’t blame God. Be smart and don’t bring God into the picture of your life.

Indeed, as a former pastor of Sound Doctrine Church that preached, lived and structured a whole church according to the Scripture below was persecuted by Seattle’s antichristian King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg because of this righteousness. (See

Do not rebuke an older man harshly,
but exhort him as if he were your father.
Treat younger men as brothers,
older women as mothers,
and younger women as sisters,
with absolute purity.
(1 Timothy 5:1-2)

Had Bill O’Reilly lived the Scripture, in the manner spoken above by the power of God, then any accuser’s accusations would have been at the level he could “blame God.”

Anything less than treating womenas sisters with “absolute purity” is just worldly chatter of those living a life of sinful impurity and hating each other.


I highly recommend not blaming God for anything – but that explanation would require much more than a post.

Again, I know you don’t see it much in the church and certainly outside the church, but from women’s dress to men’s conduct there should not even be a “hint” of sexual immorality.

But among you there must not be even a hint of sexual immorality, or of any kind of impurity, or of greed, because these are improper for God’s holy people. (Ephesians 5:3)

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(—At one point, he said of his adversaries, “If they could literally kill me, they would.”

“If I die tomorrow and I get an opportunity, I’ll say, ‘Why’d you guys work me over like that? Didn’t [you] know my children were going to be punished? And they’re innocent,'” he said. “But then I think about people who have it much, much rougher than me. And you know, I’m a big mouth. I’m a target. They’re not targets.”

In the days following the Times’ bombshell, O’Reilly has used social media and sympathetic media platforms to try to clear his name. Earlier on Monday, he went on a radio show hosted by Glenn Beck, also a former Fox Newser, who vouched for O’Reilly’s character. O’Reilly has also directed his followers on Twitter to visit his official website for evidence designed both to exonerate himself and discredit others.
On Monday night, O’Reilly defended himself once again on his website with the latest edition of “No Spin News,” which has served as his primary platform since he was ousted at Fox News in April.

The network sacked O’Reilly, who had reigned as the top-rated host on cable news for years, weeks after the Times reported on settlements that he, Fox News and the network’s parent company 21st Century Fox — together or separately — had made with women who had accused him of sexual harassment or other inappropriate behavior.

O’Reilly said Monday that the success of his web series and his latest book, “Killing England,” as well as a recent appearance on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program, prompted the Times to to declare, “You know, we didn’t kill him, so we’ve got to kill him again.”