Sure glad I was finally able to answer a question from you without provoking the usual high horse reaction.
However, case in point. I thought that second name (Maurice Sklar) looked familiar, and sure enough, a cursory search confirmed this to be none other than the Sklar of Sadhu Sundar Selvaraj 'associate' fame, about whom Rainy and I have posted before. Except, of course, she was impressed by Selvaraj's 'revelations' - initially at least. This article is a good exposé of Sklar, Selvaraj's partner in crime - sorry - I mean prophecy:
.......and it's interesting to note that this was originally a Benny Hinn 'prophecy' dating back to the late 80's. Hinn himself was 'only' 23 years out regarding Billy Graham's death, which is pretty good going for a false prophet.
But of special interest to me are the last few paragraphs of the article, which amount to an elaboration of what I have written above about distinguishing the true from the false. I'm glad to see that I'm not alone in thinking these might be sound principles that help us discern truth from falsehood.
The upshot of all this though is that our friend apparently rejects the historic Christian faith coz of what he's pleased to call its association with organised religion, etc., yet he's happy to quote false prophets instead. I can only assume he approves of the messages of these false prophets. BTW, did I mention that these prophets were false? No? Then please allow me to correct that heinous omission - they are all false prophets. All of them. False.
All of which goes to prove that old adage that the person who rejects belief in God will believe anything.