Of course, I'd be the first to say "good riddance”—although I'd have to stand in line for the privilege, but what has been lost sight of in this scandal is that folks are treating the symptom rather than the disease.
Richard Roberts is not a hypocrite. He's a prosperity preacher. So he is merely practicing what he preaches.
Why did they expect? That he'd live in a mobile home, drive a used Hyundai, and buy his suits from the local thrift shop?
Why it comes as such a shock to so many students, faculty, and donors that a health-n-wealth preacher and his trophy wife would indulge a worldly, materialistic, ostentatious lifestyle is simply one of the standing ironies of Pentecostalism—the irony being that no segment of Christendom has less spiritual discernment than the charismatic movement.