Televangelist wants to equip Christians for the end times with a pack of $150 'extreme survival' water bottles
Jim Bakker selling water bottles (Photo: Screen capture)

Televangelist Jim Bakker is building a Christian community in Missouri, reports the Christian Post.


On his show this week he claimed that his Christian town is the safest place to live according to a NASA report.

"You all are going to know soon why God brought us here," Bakker said on Tuesday's show. "Do you know the people from the government, from NASA, the research from so many of them, they have said in their research that the safest place to live in troubled times is right here. That's why God brought us here."

He also told people that to be equipped for the last days they will need to purchase condos in his community and order a $150 water bottle.

The company website states that the water bottle are "designed using a combination of both Advanced and Radiological filters."

A post from the Friendly Atheist quickly disputed his claims.

"Bakker is just trying to sell property using the same fictional scare tactics he uses to sell buckets of disgusting glop," the post said.