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(WPIX) — Reports of Pastor Joel Osteen’s resignation from the popular church he founded have been greatly exaggerated.
Pranksters went through the trouble of creating a convincing-looking fake website claiming the Houston-based evangelist had left the Lakewood Church, the megachurch he founded in 1999. And the reason was a headline-grabbing shocker: He had developed a “lack of faith.”
It wasn’t yet clear who was behind the hoax, which even had impressive social-media chops, coming complete with a YouTube video and Twitter page, which was suspended later Monday afternoon.
Read more at http://pix11.com/2013/04/08/joel-osteen-victim-of-hoax-claiming-he-left-church-due-to-lack-of-faith/
Above is the fake YouTube video.