SOURCE: The Reuben Armstrong Show

September 17, 2007 00:01 ET

Reuben Armstrong Withdraws Lawsuit Against Streaming Faith

National Talk Show Host Reuben Armstrong Focuses on Bringing People Closer to God

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - September 17, 2007) - In August 2007, "The Reuben Armstrong Show" was removed by Streaming Faith because of a book written, "Snakes in the Pulpit," which discusses pastors such as Bishop Eddie Long, Creflo Dollar, Joel Osteen, and Bishop T.D. Jakes. Armstrong and his attorney held a press conference back in August 2007 about filing a multimillion-dollar lawsuit for breach of contract against Streaming Faith. We have new information on this breaking story. News reporters learned on "Today" that national talk show host Reuben Armstrong will not be filing any type of lawsuits against Streaming Faith nor its affiliates.

When speaking during a private interview at his TV studio, Armstrong advised the media that he wants to focus on saving souls, helping the poor and feeding the needy instead of dealing with things that are not of God. Armstrong said, "Time is too short to be taking anyone to court and dealing with ungodly people; my goals are to focus on helping the unsaved get saved and teaching them how they can have a personal relationship with God."

On Tuesday, September 18th, 2007, Reuben Armstrong will release a new book: "Snakes in the Pulpit." This book will focus on Pastors and Ministries that are using the word of God to manipulate a true believer for fame and fortune.

Excerpts from the book "Snakes in the Pulpit":

This is not breaking news. Sad to say, some Pastors such as Bishop Eddie Long do sleep with members of their own sex; some even believe in same-sex marriages. They certainly won't mention this in public and most won't even bring up the subject unless the content of that day's sermon means there's no getting around doing so.

This is wrong, very wrong. I know God is not pleased with Bishop Eddie Long, Bishop T.D. Jakes, Pastor Joel Osteen and Pastor Creflo Dollar. I'm encouraging everyone; don't be deceived by these four pimps who will lead you straight down the road to hell. Jesus came to seek and to save those who are lost, and these pimps don't see people as lost. They see them as spiritually and emotionally desperate marks, who can be fleeced with a superficial assurance of God's blessing.

"Snakes in the Pulpit" can be purchased on or

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