Haaretz is a magazine with very anti-Netanyahu opinions, but my article is not political in any way. My article is about my outdated belief that a man of G-D shouldn't be a celebrity.
I always thought you became a man of G-D to spread the word of the Lord, but these days it appears to be the case that you can make a fortune, look at Billy Graham and John Haggee.
I am not saying the don't believe in what they are doing, or that they shouldn't make a good living at it, my concern is that how much of the money they make from their ministries actually gets to Israel?
And should a man of G-D be classed as a celebrity?