Internet televangelist, Rev. Bill Keller claims he is the latest victim of 'Anonymous', the famous internet hacking group.
Keller, claims he has been under attacks for weeks on his popular TV program and website Liveprayer.com, for simply "preaching the Gospel".
." He commented, "Jesus didn't say sit in the temple and hope people would come in. He said go into the highways and byways and bid them (the lost) to come in!" Keller went on, " We have the better percentage of the past two generations who have never even been inside of a church, whose beliefs have been formulated by the lies of this world without ever hearing biblical truth. Now more than ever, the church needs to be in the marketplace to bring God's truth to the lost and hurting masses who have been abandoned by the church!"
Keller concluded, "It is not profitable and certainly not worth the constant harassment and death threats for the vast majority of today's ministers to go into the public arena and literally battle the minions of satan for souls. This generation of spineless pastors and Christian leaders is why our nation is in the spiritual abyss we find ourselves. However, Liveprayer is leading a charge to bring God's people back to His truth, and a lost and hurting nation to the only answer and hope there is, biblical truth and faith in Jesus Christ!"
'Anonymous', known mainly for targeting government agencies around the world, originated in 2003 on the imageboard 4chan. Dozens of people have been arrested for involvement in 'Anonymous' cyberattacks, in countries including the US, UK, Australia, the Netherlands, Spain, and Turkey.
The controversial televangelist, Bill Keller, recently made headlines for reportedly telling a cancer patient to commit suicide. Keller later denied making the claim and said suicide is a sin.
Launched in 1999, Liveprayer.com has over 2.4 million subscribers worldwide and features a Daily Devotional written by the famous internet televangelist for over 15 years.