Change Your DNA with Genetic Salvation

We learned of this video from a headline in WorldNetDaily, but rather than punish you by suggesting that you click over there to see it, we found it on YouTube. That’s what you see embedded above.

It’s an interview of one Dr. Francis Myles, who explains how you can achieve genetic salvation. The interview is conducted by someone we haven’t encountered before — Sid Roth. We found his website — Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural! Network. In the “About” section we’re told:

Sid Roth, a former account executive for Merrill Lynch, was raised in a traditional Jewish home. Yet, religious tradition provided no answers when he hit rock bottom in 1972. With his life out of control and his marriage in shambles, Sid was set free from demonic oppression through a supernatural encounter with Jesus. Immediately, he began to boldly proclaim Jesus as the Jewish Messiah.

In 1977 Sid started a ministry called “Messianic Vision” and a nationally syndicated radio broadcast by the same name.

This video is apparently from one of his broadcasts. It’s some kind of interview show, with a drooling and wildly applauding audience. This is an aspect of popular culture of which we’ve been unaware — no doubt because we dwell in Darwinist darkness.

As WND describes it, Sid’s guest, the good doctor Myles, reveals that:

“genetic salvation” is available in Christ to break the chains of failure, disease and calamity – the generational curses – that have plagued whole families throughout centuries.

The video is 30 minutes long, and we confess that we only watched the first minute. We don’t think our fragile intellect can handle the disclosure of so much information all at once. It would shatter our wobbly worldview, and then we’d have to abandon our wicked evolutionist ways. We want to know what the good doctor says, but at the same time we’re afraid.

So we’re leaving this one for you, dear reader. Check it out — if you dare! Then report back to us what you’ve learned. We’ll be waiting.

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10 responses to “Change Your DNA with Genetic Salvation

  1. So he says we can change our genes so that we never die? NO!?!?!
    Well where’s the salvation then????

  2. I made it as far as the 6 minute mark and the re-enactment of the wrestling with a demon on a rooftop. I could sense the first twinges of neural damage to my cortex and abandoned ship at that point….

  3. Raised in a traditional Jewish home, had an encounter with JC, and then started his own ministry? Why does Sid’s story sound so familiar?

    I wouldn’t be surprised if he was on his way here when he had his epiphany.

  4. “The interview is conducted by someone we haven’t encountered before — Sid Roth.”

    Actually SC, you have encountered Sid before, just a couple of months ago. See your entry “Posted on 9-September-2013 ” for “WorldNetDaily Gets Even Crazier”

    I remember because I left a comment about how much I “enjoyed” his show.

  5. You’re right, RogerE. I had completely forgotten that one.

  6. Of a previous post about Sid Roth, our Curmudgeon confesses:

    I had completely forgotten that one.

    See? I wasn’t joking about neural damage to the cortex…

  7. Y’all have convinced me not to go into that “mine” until I send in a “canary.” And my “canary” is Discoveroid Michael Medved. Spoiler alert: he thinks WND is as loony as we do.

  8. Tripp in Georgia

    Mental disorders fueled by religious fervor are sad but amazing, at the same time.

    The rest of us got over our ‘rock bottom’ in 1974 by getting clear-headed and adopting more reason and pragmatism in our worldviews and daily lives. …and by abandoning deluded charlatans like this fellow.

  9. Of Sid Roth, Mark Germano declares

    I wouldn’t be surprised if he was on his way here [Damascus, Arkansas] when he had his epiphany.

    Repent thee, O thou slanderer of the Godly and the Righteous, lest ye end up here!

    Additional note: Sid Roth’s biography also bears, IMHO, remarkable similarity to Casey Luskin, Attack Gerbil Extraordinaire!.

    What is it about religious converts that makes them so particularly extremist?

  10. Megalonyx ponders:

    “What is it about religious converts that makes them so particularly extremist?”

    Typically, it’s because they convinced themselves (with a little help) of the correctness of their conversion to a new belief system, rather than being indoctrinated into it during childhood. As such, the newer beliefs are not as firmly entrenched in their psyche and are doing battle with prior competing beliefs. Therefore, those beliefs must be defended all the more fervently to maintain their supremacy.

    Many erstwhile smokers are more rabidly anti-smoking than those who never did for an analogous reason: they have to keep reminding themselves that they made the right decision.

    Then again, they could just be borderline psychotic by mere virtue of the fact that they have an insatiable need for irrational beliefs in the first place.