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William Eugene Scott

The Festival of Faith was designed by William Eugene Scott to cow followers into submission while increasing his assets. During the Festival of Faith William Eugene Scott, the son of an itinerant preacher, coaxed, cajoled, exhorted, pleaded and even whined to get the faithful to send in their hard earned dollars.

In William Eugene Scott's opinion his 'students' owed him money for his 'teaching'. William Eugene Scott's salary was $1 per year plus unlimited expenses. William Eugene Scott offered his followers all the advantages of Christianity with none of the inconveniences, and thus became immensely wealthy.

"A skinflint may get to heaven, but what awaits him are a rusty old halo, a skinny old cloud, and a robe so worn it scratches. First-class salvation costs money." - William Eugene Scott

Contributors were required to sign pledge slips which specifically stated William Eugene Scott could spend the money they sent him however on whatever he chose. And William Eugene Scott did - living a celebrity lifestyle with busty models an each arm while he watched his racehorses run or while traveling the world. William Eugene Scott's television shows would sometimes feature "Scott's Bunnies", a bevy of female followers in thong bikinis. William Eugene Scott enjoyed a lifestyle that included a chauffeured limousine, a mansion in Pasadena, 24-hour bodyguards, several ranches and a stable of more than 300 thoroughbred horses. Some of William Eugene Scott's expenses included the collection of rare stamps, art, Biblical manuscripts and rare coins.

William Eugene Scott's personal enterprises ran the gamut - the Bishop Dr. Gene Scott Corporation, Dr. Gene Scott Incorporated, Dr. Gene Scott Consultants Incorporated, Gene Scott Travel Incorporated, W. Eugene Scott, Ph.D. Incorporated, Gene Scott Evangelistic Association, Wescott Christian Center, Los Angeles University Cathedral, Faith Center, the Faith Broadcasting Network, and the University Network - among others.

When William Eugene Scott died his third wife, Melissa*, inherited his position.

Although William Eugene Scott's background and original affiliation was with the Assemblies of God he broke with them when establishing the Faith Center. William Eugene Scott wove an exceedingly complex mythology that included the Pyramids, Atlantis, Roswell UFO's, Stonehenge, Amityville poltergeists, Nikola Tesla, the Bermuda Triangle, The Spear of Destiny and even the Philadelphia Experiment.

"Scott's appeal was in the promise of access to superior knowledge." - Richard Parker, a lecturer in public policy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government

"The dude was fascinating. I never wasted too many gray cells on his premises; but, what an example of how thoroughly you could research something you believed in. And shape and tailor that information." - Ed Campbell

"Scott has no formal education in theology, an enormous ego, eccentric personality and extraordinarily diverse interests. Scott is accountable only to himself, tolerates zero dissent and exerts a frightening level of control over his followers." - Glenn F. Bunting

"Scott surrounds himself with all these sycophants and weaklings who are just looking for somebody to submit to." - David Gill, professor of Christian ethics at North Park College in Chicago

"A side of him is engaging, warm. He knows how to make you feel good. He is dangerous primarily because he really comes off as a straight shooter. He is the ultimate hypocrite." - Rev. Dale O. Wolery

Besides William Eugene Scott's enjoyment of the limelight and expensive toys he also rejects Jesus' call to treat all humans as we ourselves wish to be treated. One of William Eugene Scott's favorite songs was "Kill a Pissant for Christ" (William Eugene Scott titled any heretic to his theology a pissant). During the Gulf War William Eugene Scott bellowed at viewers "Nuke 'em in the name of Christ!!"

William Eugene Scott's sycophants were taught that Scott's mythology was the only truth (theocratic absolutism), that the greatest sin was questioning Scott's interpretation of Christianity(creating dissension among the breathern), that you could buy your way into heaven (by paying for Scott's secret and superior knowledge) much as one bought indulgences in the Catholic church of old and that Jesus did not teach morality.

Scott was a moral nihilist as he believed John Calvin literal interpretation of humanities total depravity and predestination.

William Eugene Scott's followers replace the worship of Christ/God/Holy Spirit with the worship of an idol - William Eugene Scott. William Eugene Scott graduated from Chico State in 1952 with a degree in history, stayed on for a master's in social science and earned a doctorate in education at Stanford University in 1957 according to the Stanford University web site. Near the end of his life William Eugene Scott fell into the transcendental temptation refusing treatment for prostrate cancer which ultimately killed the "Doc".
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