Self-proclaimed Christian “prophetess” Kat Kerr, who thinks there’s football in Heaven, that God will put back any baby lost through a miscarriage, and that God keeps a warehouse in Heaven for anyone who needs (for example) a new kidney, has made up a new bunch of lies.
Speaking with the ever-gullible Steve Shultz yesterday, Kerr explained how, in Heaven, cars fly and people have mansions the size of giant cities.
… Some people [in Heaven] like to travel. They still like to drive, you know. I guess you could drive. Most of the cars don’t really have wheels, per se. Most cars fly in Heaven, but there’s all different ways you can transport… There’s bubbles you can step into and they float you there. It depends on what everybody wants…
… There’s very beautiful countryside, and there’s amazing cities with real supernatural things to do. There’s amusement parks, there’s rodeos, there’s sports arenas where every game is played as worship to Jesus Christ because Jesus gets all the points.
… There’s some people’s mansions that are the size of New York City. I am not exaggerating. I’m not.
Apparently, wealth inequality still exists in Heaven since only “some” people have ginormous mansions.
Shultz, as always, had no follow-up questions. He didn’t ask why cars were necessary if you can just float anywhere, or how anyone acquired a mansion in Heaven, or what those cost to buy or rent, or whether there’s heavenly gentrification going on, or anything else about the matter.
He just accepted her lies as truth — which gives her encouragement to just make up more lies the next time.
(Thanks to Kyle for the link)