Posted: May 25, 20112:39 pm Eastern By Joe Kovacs Â© 2011 WND
As Oprah Winfreyâ€™s television show comes to a conclusion this week, USA Today is challenging the queen of daytime TVâ€™s spirituality, quoting authors who say Oprahâ€™s beliefs are â€œabsolutely contrary to the true teaching of Scripture and historic Christianity.â€
The report by Cathy Lynn Grossman opens by asking to whom will Oprah turn now that sheâ€™s leaving the TV talk circuit.
â€œGod?â€ the report asks. â€œNot likely. Many Americans no longer believe in a mighty judge who sets the rules for life now and forever. Instead, many of us sing Oprahâ€™s song of self-redemption.â€
Oprah told Piers Morgan on the CNN hostâ€™s opening show: â€œI am the messenger to deliver the message of hope and redemption.â€
USA Today says to a vast extent, American culture has bought the message: Weâ€™re all good, we should not judge each other and morality is relative.