Cedric the Entertainer: Anti-Facebook Preacher Admits To Orgies and Infidelity With Church Members

Rev. Cedric Miller is best known as the pastor who ordered his flock to discontinue their Facebook accounts because they are avenues for sin and a “portal to infidelity.” It turns out Miller didn’t really need a portal . . . he didn’t have to leave the church for infidelity. Miller has admitted to having sexual relations with a church assistant, his assistant’s wife, and Miller’s wife — sometimes at the same time. Miller warned last week that Facebook could ruin your marriage. Who needs Facebook?

The disclosure came as part of testimony Miller gave in a criminal case in 2003. Miller said the encounter and orgies would sometimes allow Bible readings on Thursdays. Call him Cedric the Entertainer of Jersey.

The encounters only stopped when various women came forward with complaints over the assistant.

Miller, 48, had warned his flock at the Living Word Christian Fellowship Church in Neptune Township, N.J. that Facebook tended to reignite old romantic relationships and had to be shutdown among the faithful.

Miller wrote his congregants that the sexual relations were part of his past and “we will not allow it to detract from our mission at hand to save as many marriages as we can.” In other words, ignore the orgies and focus on Facebook.

Source: Daily Mail

12 thoughts on “Cedric the Entertainer: Anti-Facebook Preacher Admits To Orgies and Infidelity With Church Members”

  1. Buddha,

    My Faux Pod has died so no mp3s, the local jazz station was doing a pledge drive.

  2. Gyges,

    Did you mean fluff or fluffer? NPR derailed as a news organization when they refused to call waterboarding torture.

  3. According the NPR fluff piece I heard the other day he’s actually right.

    Of course, he fails to mention that being in a position of authority also increases chances to cheat.

  4. eniobob1, November 23, 2010 at 10:11 am

    I keep saying it “the ones who scream the loudest are the ones you have to watch”


    And I would agree.

  5. Anonymously Yours
    1, November 23, 2010 at 9:24 am

    Temple Prostitutes have been around for a long, long time male and female to serve the needs of others…


    Perhaps in a past life we shared a temple 😉 (not as worker bees of course but as managers responsible for the work schedules and collection of sacred lucre)

  6. At least he’s straight. Isn’t that half the battle with his own personal devil? C’mon, give him a little break. He kept it in the family.

  7. I guess churches are way ahead of the rest of society in legalizing prostitution … of their pastors

  8. I think we can all agree it is wonderfully convenient for us all that everything we have ever done is “in the past,” and what we have done in the past may be regrettable but it is not necessarily who we are *now*, and what we really need to do right now is not play the blame game but really focus on the looming dangers on the horizon.

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