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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 2, 1997
Conservative Christians have an uncanny way of forgetting the reasons why they are Christians. The recent criticism of Robert Schuller's ministering to President Clinton is a sad commentary from would-be Christians ("Schuller Role at White House Ruffles Flock," Feb. 17). These Christians attacking Schuller for helping a man (whether he is president or not) with problems will have to examine why they are calling themselves Christians. When Schuller states that he is not a politician, believe him. He is only doing what he was called to do. Examine the philosophy of the Crystal Cathedral.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 10, 1987
I object to the headline "Ex-Aide Alleges Fraud in Schuller Fund-Raising Letter" (April 29). From the article, it is clear that an honest mistake has been made. As an American of European Jewish background, and as one who survived the infernos of Auschwitz-Birkenau and Buchenwald, I am appalled at the accusations and injustices thrown at Robert Schuller, his church and the congregation he represents, the Crystal Cathedral of Garden Grove. MEL MERMELSTEIN Huntington Beach
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 1998 | TINI TRAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The wife of televangelist and Crystal Cathedral founder Robert Schuller is recovering after her second operation Saturday. Arvella Schuller, the 68-year-old executive producer of the "Hour of Power" TV program, underwent corrective surgery at UCI Medical Center in Orange on Saturday morning after a Friday heart bypass operation, a church spokesman said. "There was some bleeding, and the doctors went in and found the source of it. The prognosis is good.
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August 21, 1997 | LISA MEYER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two United Airlines flight attendants Wednesday described televangelist Robert Schuller as tyrannical, abusive and violent on a June flight, while newlyweds sitting in the same cabin said it was the attendants who provoked the midair incident that led to assault charges against the minister. At a news conference Wednesday, flight attendant Khaled Elabiad said Schuller shook him violently after Elabiad refused to remove cheese from a fruit-and-cheese-plate in the first-class section.
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