Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda claims to be the latest incarnation of Jesus Christ, but the modern savior has modern troubles.
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The Miami-based preacher who has basked in international attention since declaring himself the second coming of Jesus Christ has used charitable donations to his ministry for personal expenses – paying $144,000 a year in alimony to his first wife and buying property in his and his relatives’ names.
Now, though, the romance that De Jesus told her was divinely decreed has ended in the most temporal of battlefields: divorce court. And, amid court revelations about his personal spending, she is speaking out publicly about life with the controversial Miami-based preacher.
Testimony in divorce court about the tangled finances of controversial preacher Jose Luis De Jesus Miranda has prompted a judge to alert the feds about his ministry’s operations.
Religious insanity personified: many people follow a man who claims to be Jesus Christ — but who disagrees with the essential doctrines of the Christian Church.
A Miami-based religious leader who calls himself the “Antichrist” had to cancel a conference Sunday after a university withdrew permission to use its campus and a hotel turned him down.
Self-proclaimed antichrist blames the Catholic Church for not being allowed to speak at a university in the Domican Republic.
The Santo Domingo State University (UASD) said yesterday it won’t rent its Magna Classroom to stage the conference by Puerto Rican preacher Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda, known as the “antichrist,” slated for Monday, June 11.
A preacher who claims he is the “Antichrist” and has the number 666 on his arm could be on his way to Ireland. Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda has two million followers who are convinced he is the new Jesus.
A look at Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda — who claims to be both Jesus and the antichrist.