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Carries Satanic Book Report

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:24 min | 6 months ago

Carries Satanic Book Report

"Hello and welcome to. Oh no ross. And carrie the show where. We don't just report on for in science spirituality and claims of the paranormal but take part ourselves yep and they make claims we ships. You don't have to i'm carrie. Poppy morales blocher. And were back today. To talk about a man named bob larson. I don't know if you've heard of him but i have. He has a ministry but really it's it's about him. I mean without bob. Larsen won't be much of a ministry. Yeah bob larson ministries is the name of the ministry. When we have no bob how many ministries do we know of that are actually named after the founder. There's tony llama. Oh yeah. I want to say. There's quite a few. But i can. I name them off the top of my head rail. Ism benny hen. Oh you're thinking like groups that we've investigated that have the the person's name in the title. The james randi educational foundation. There we go there. You go known cult or kidding that's always something interesting to look out for the presence or lack thereof of a succession plan granted. He's had his daughter's involved as teenage exorcist. So maybe they could step up and continue the fight. Yeah maybe yes. I'll you don't know about this whole thing. This all Systemic sexism sure. Yeah but i mean. At least he's had them perform. Exercises assumes yeah i just somehow i have the sense that they're not as passionate about it as he is though bryn. His daughter did publish book. Yeah i bought. I need to find that l. Yeah we'll have to compare her writing style to his. So maybe she's the heir-apparent maybe maybe she's the ivanka. Well i would love to tell you about a book. I recently read called satanism. The seduction america's youth. Yes okay. so he's got this book. It is black and threatening on the cover. It says bob larsen at the top and then it says satanism in red letters that are spiky instead of sarah. They have spikes that can hurt you. If you touch it. Who the teas got a fun. Little curly tail coming down from it. Yeah like the devil's pitchfork. No i assume. That's just bob larson saying i am the author and then the title of satanism rather than this being about bob larsen satanism. Now this is special brand of satan. Okay these seduction of america's youth. Okay thank her. Then what have we got on the back on the back. We have a pentagram. Oh anarchism symbol lasta. These are bad. These are these are bad. According to bob i guess equally bad none. None of these are standing out more than the other as far as designed goes. What's that top line in front of the the symbols it says. Do you recognize these symbols. Yes see page one hundred nine for more information. Oh okay that always amazes me. I just think of books. In progresses these very fluid things that it specifically mentions page one hundred nine but of course. They know that after they're done writing about that. Especially in a book when it says to page this and i think how do you know that okay. They must they write it and then they highlight it and then at the end they have to go through and make sure okay. Where does oh shoot. I added this note and change. The page layout the point is rosner secret edits. We realize these are easy problems to solve. But they fascinate us. Apparently okay how many pages carry. That's always important with bob larsen pages. How 'bout in two hundred and twenty three you know. I think if i had to say like what is the average length of a book would be somewhere in that ballpark. Two hundred twenty three. Yeah yeah seems about right. Yeah so this was published in nineteen eighty nine. The same year my fiance drew was published. Nineteen eighty nine it and oh it was princeton. The eunice did states of america. All right ice. So i was working backward with my book. The first book i talked about was jazz abell which was written in. I wanna say twenty fifteen. And then i read demon proving prayers which was twenty eleven and you started farther back in the bob cannon and now you're moving towards the future that's right time travelling here this was published by thomas nelson inc. Okay who's this thomas nelson guy and what happens when he dies who keeps publishing those books. This is suspicious. we are still very dumb. So what's bob's take his. Is he four satanism against it. Do you wanna guess cast lots. I'm going to say against just hunch year right right so if he were a person browsing the nonfiction center at your local christian bookstore in the late eighties and you pick this up and you look the back. You'd see what's a parent to do with the devil. Have you ever explained to the supernatural to your child and discussed the influence of satanism in our society. Do you dabble in parapsychology or new age philosophy which could indicate your acceptance of the colts

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"benny hen" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"benny hen" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"You don't have to be Colombo to figure this out. These are immoral man. They are deceive irs. They're intentionally deceiving people in. Another way to tell a false prophet is if the prophecies just don't come to pass. I think I may have missed the number five here, but anyway number five should be up there under false. Number five is if a profit offers prophecies that do not come to pass okay, this is number five. Deuteronomy Chapter Eighteen Twenty one twenty two. You may say in your heart. How will we know the word? which the Lord has not spoken when a prophet speaks in the name of your way, if the thing does not come about or come true, that is the thing which Galway has not spoken. The Prophet is spoken it presumptuously. You shall not be afraid of him. One of the easiest ways to tell a false prophet is if his prophecies just don't come true. Watch this from Pat Robertson in Benny Hen. This is video taken back in two thousand, twelve specifically October of two, thousand, twelve for our international friends watching our. Presidential election was coming up in November of two, thousand, twelve and Pat Robertson told everyone watching this program going to win the United States presidential election in two thousand twelve in a new. Who was going to win because God told him who was going to win. It was either going to be Barack. Obama or Mitt Romney. But see if he got it right. I mean that's the way he thinks, and he will be tremendous of the appellant..

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"benny hen" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"benny hen" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"I am going to be talking to Costea Hin. He is a passer in Arizona. He is also the of the book. God greed and the Prosperity Gospel, he is the nephew of Benny Hen who is a very famous and has been a very famous for a long time prosperity preacher cost. He grew up. Up around all of that, you're going to hear his testimony and we're also going to talk about the Prosperity Gospel. We're going to talk a little bit about this trend of Deacon version that we talked about some on Friday and I'm I'm so excited about that. Let me play you a little clip of Benny, Hen, just so you can kind of have some context for how cost hand our guest today grew up..

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"benny hen" Discussed on Romans Road

Romans Road

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"benny hen" Discussed on Romans Road

"It is. It is part of the fallen world we live in so so that alone is just. I think the big tragedy of this this movement in that it doesn't allow normal people who have their faith in God to just go through the normal suffering that happens in in human life that's right told tragedy that's right so so obviously you're someone who comes from a background it's more than just. L. Let's make fun of these crazy people on TV. This was a personal thing. Just from hanging around the the exhibits arena. I've met people who kind of looked over at unit. That's Justin Peters and I learned this this this woman. I've actually talked just yesterday. I talked to a couple of people who basically were saying that because of your teaching they came out of the faith movement. And so. That's that's A. That's a beautiful thing. How often do you talk to people who are still in it and going through it and dealing with this stuff all the time Eddie All the time now here at this conference llosa's doctorate sound convert so we don't really have a lot of people. Walking around that. Are that are following Benny Hen or Joel. Osteen here but tons and tons of people. Tell me that they were in it. God delivered them out of it. And that's what you would expect from a Christian. A Christian can be in serious error for a season. But once he sees the truth from God's word if he's truly regenerate he's GonNa been the need to that truth And and God pulls people out of that deception of the Holy Spirit is not a weakling if he's strong enough to save us a strong enough to deliver his out of deception. Yeah I mean all the time. I get emails every single day now Eddie from people all over the world that Tell me that God by his good graces in providence have has pulled him out of this deception you know and now just so. I don't forget if someone wants to get a hold of your your conference that's on DVD or any kind of your teaching. Where can they go? You have a website. Yeah they can go to my website. Justin Peters Dot Org. Okay Justin Peters Dot Oregon I feel kind of funny about the name of our website. I promise I'm not trying to be narcissistic. I'm just not I is Eddie. Roman DOT COM. Oh I feel better now. I can relate so whether you have friends and family in this in this movement or not. So what what what do you call? I called the faith movement. What do you call this? Yeah Oh the technical term word of faith but I usually say word faith or okay New Apostolic Reformation. That's kind of a twin movement toward a faith. It's and really what we're seeing today. Is that word of faith in a are are just blending together. Just kind of becoming one monolithic stream. Ar It seems. I kind of look at it as an old heresy in new wrappings with new graphics and just kind of more catering toward the younger crowd. You know so. So yeah whether you have someone that you know personally in this movement or not you need to get Justin's materials and check this out because this will affect you at some point if you talk to people because it's growing and there are probably people around you who are in this very sad and yet very important for Christians to be ready to help. People Guide them out of this movement suggestion. One thing I'd like to do here is tell you about an experience. I had when I was out witnessing and I'm going to get back to this peer story. I started talking about a little bit at the beginning. I don't WanNa go through it and just get your take on why she would believe the things she said. And this this kind of thing so I get done preaching a sermon. And there's a big pierced next to me. I'm the way it's set up You're you're on the kind of.

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"benny hen" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"benny hen" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"I wanted to be healed. I wanted to be free of my cerebral palsy. And free of my crutches here wanted to be able to run and jump and play like all the other kids you know and do do those kind of things so I was very hopeful about it and Long story short went to see Norrland Fully expecting to be healed and obviously it was not he'll so that was my first exposure to the movement and Let me also say real quickly. Though that some have made the accusation against me that the the reason that I do these seminars is because of that like a revenge right revenge yeah bidder of. I get that a lot but I I think I can honestly say that. Nothing could be further from the truth. I understand now that I'm actually am and I have a much healthier understanding of the sovereignty of God Healthier Theology of human suffering and the purpose behind that that There's not a bitter bone in my body about not being healed I accept this. God's good providence in my life It is it what he is decreed and His grace is sufficient for me is strength is made perfect in weakness and in if I have to live the rest of my life with several palsy. It's okay you know. I've got all of eternity to live without it. Well the amazing thing and the sad thing about the faith movement. These teachers you you. You listed as they present a view of Christianity that basically says any kind of suffering is out of place and he kinda suffering shouldn't be there and so in in that kind of theological background. It would make sense that if you're sick or any any kind of things wrong with you. It should be healed. That's the way things should be. But when you study the Bible for yourself and just read what it says you find a very different picture. You find suffering if you find suffering all over the Bible yes and it is. It is part of the fallen world we live in so so that alone is just. I think the big tragedy of this this movement in that it doesn't allow normal people who have their faith in God to just go through the normal suffering that happens in in human life that's right told tragedy that's right so so obviously you're someone who comes from a background it's more than just. L. Let's make fun of these crazy people on TV. This was a personal thing. Just from hanging around the the exhibits arena. I've met people who kind of looked over at unit. That's Justin Peters and I learned this this this woman. I've actually talked just yesterday. I talked to a couple of people who basically were saying that because of your teaching they came out of the faith movement. And so. That's that's A. That's a beautiful thing. How often do you talk to people who are still in it and going through it and dealing with this stuff all the time Eddie All the time now here at this conference llosa's doctorate sound convert so we don't really have a lot of people. Walking around that. Are that are following Benny Hen or Joel. Osteen here but tons and tons of people. Tell me that they were in it. God delivered them out of it. And that's what you would expect from a Christian. A Christian can be in serious error for a season. But once he sees the truth from God's word if he's truly regenerate he's GonNa been the need to that truth And and God pulls people out of that deception of the Holy Spirit is not a weakling if he's strong enough to save us a strong enough to deliver his out of deception. Yeah I mean all the time. I get emails every single day now Eddie from people all over the world that Tell me that God by his good graces in providence have has pulled him out of this deception you know and now just so. I don't forget if someone wants to get a hold of your your conference that's on DVD or any kind of your teaching. Where can they go? You have a website. Yeah they can go to my website. Justin Peters Dot Org. Okay Justin Peters Dot Oregon I feel kind of funny about the name of our website. I promise I'm not trying to be narcissistic. I'm just not I is Eddie. Roman.

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"benny hen" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"benny hen" Discussed on Front Burner

"I'm trying to winter. And it's almost welcome to chosen and family. Every second week we talk about art sexuality and identity with special guest usually queer but not always I completely struggled coming out to. My parents aren't as a comedian. Being in the entertainment industry for a Middle Eastern people is unheard affecting change requires people to shake it up. Listen to chosen family. Wherever you get your podcasts? What sign are you by the way I'm an area? Of course I love it. I WanNa talk to you a little bit about the consequences here besides the money right. Besides people giving their money new. We're talking about the promise of healing to. Oh and one thing that really struck me in your conversation with Costea had to do with the healing side of things and cost he said as well. Oh like you were not able to find anyone who healed. He said he had never also seen anyone who had been healed. Never never seen any one have pastor. Benny touch them and pronounce them. Miraculously healed said Dodd has told him they'll be healed and he believed that I saw the testimony of healing and I saw the stories about healing. But I never once saw a real healing. I never once saw my uncle or anyone. Anyone else for that matter going lay hands on someone and say Jesus name rise and walk and speaking of that brings me to this woman that you interviewed a woman that you interviewed back in two thousand and four as well when she was a child. And can you tell me about grace. Grace Burr lots is now in early. Twenty s she lives Bernie BC she was born with a disease that has generated since the curvature of the of the joints essentially you can't walk and hasn't been able to walk for all of her life and we met grace and her mother Janet at the Crusade Benny Hinn. Miracle Crusade. Played in Calgary at the Saddledome back in two thousand and four so grace was eight years old. If you could have a miracle or would you want to just walk. Her mother was carrying her because that was the only way that she could get her up on stage. She had come to be healed in the presence of Benny Hinn to have the divine power channeled through him to her is what she was hoping this. This is is all she wanted. She says but when she was eight she came with that one. Thought she'd been watching him on television. Cheap prevailed upon her. Mother's taker. From Fernie Calgary. The Benny Hen could heal her. She could walk. I said you know honey we could stay up here because you know what I said. Jesus is up here and she said no when he said. I'd like to go down and see if I said are you sure said yes. Well what happens when you're truly sick and recognizably early sick disabled and you try to get on stage at these at these events is Benny Hinn. Screeners are there when people are coming up on stage to make sure that no the one who is secretary gates. Were close to pass to Benny. Because that's simply the way they do. Things so grey center mother were diverted. They had to take the detour the away from the stage and I moved over to the side. We sat and waited and Greece asked me if I could help her. Try and walk. And that was kind of her faith in action and I was kind of a hard moment and by the time we caught up with them. Grace was in tears. Her mother was in tears. Thinking like rush Megan and It it seems that the hope of of healing or even just a prayer prayer from Pastor Benny was was was gone. Her dream was shattered. Msn Her we met her again just a few months ago. Inner twenty she said for the first eighteen or nineteen years of her life. That's all she could think about how she needed to be healed and Benny Hinn when there must be something wrong with her her if God wouldn't make her healthy again so that she could do what she only wanted to do. Walk that that must be reflection on on on her. He promises that today's the day for your healing for your miracle and it doesn't happen. You blame yourself. This first. First and foremost yes I think she. He takes advantage of people who are Who are vulnerable in our piece? His she walks. She taught herself to do Benny Hinn couldn't do for her. And that is to walk in swing pool and that was my first steps taken in at nine thousand nine hundred twenty and it Kinda hit me that way that I didn't have to be physically healed in order to get that experience experience. That's wonderful year but she also has some perspective now on all of this. She said she. She believes her faith in. Benny Hen. Ruined a Away the first part of her life Because all she could think of was being physically healed and said when you just think about you know what you are physically take. It doesn't allow you to enjoys so much you've have exactly when you want something so bad when you want to be made well because you don't want to be in pain anymore. You kind of ignore all of the all of the science that maybe this isn't right right. What was her method for anything she? She said what she wanted. Benny Hinn to know is what she's learned through all of this and that that is that the physical act of healing. You know true or not isn't isn't all that it's cracked up to be isn't all that Benny in in those around him would make it up to be at one of those miracle healings. She said her life has been so much better. She thinks because she learned to give up that physical side and enjoying her life in other ways. And when you think of life that way just it becomes so much more rich. Ah I said the word sounds like Benny Hinn could learn something from you at me and said he night McEwen. Thank you so much faster.

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"benny hen" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"benny hen" Discussed on Front Burner

"What is Benny Hinn? Say about Costea and the allegations that he's made in his book and we have received a letter from their lawyer We did before the broadcast He said that Costea Han has been shamelessly trying to profit on his family's name that he either exaggerated or misrepresented or totally made up many of the things that he says in the book and Benny has said that he lives like a life of modesty. Right he's responded to these accusations that will he's famously some years ago. He said where where in the Bible does it say. I have to drive a Honda. He as I say he likes to live in travel well but recently his his lawyers have said to us in a letter that He now travels commercially okay. He's given up the lease on the on the private jet and that he pays for his own hotel rooms and that he stays in modest hotels and and he's also apparently recently given up the concept of the prosperity I this triggered huge debate and controversy in Christian Evangelistic circles twenty nine thousand nine. Benny Hen announced in his daily. Really show that God had spoken to Him and God said it's wrong to ask for money you. It's wrong to ask for pay to pray effectively because when I read the Bible well now. I don't see the Bible in the same is. I saw the Bible twenty years ago. I'm done with it. I will never again ask not of a thousand or whatever because I think the holy ghost is just fed up with it That lasted about a day. We looked at the Broadcasts asked that he put on the day after and it was effectively. What is it always been? People being healed supposedly and money being collected requested and collected so in the letter from his lawyer. The lawyer say say that he only does what they consider. Biblically approved.

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"benny hen" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

Prescribing Truth

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

"I have hope that will change. His heart is not too late. You know the Lord is sovereign. The Lorca Save Benny Benny Hen <hes> on his deathbed Lord has saved him from any point from now until the time he passes. You know so as not to lay. I'm not saying no hope of beating him. Not I'm not saying that. He's one of those that the Lord did not choose. I'm not saying any of that. I don't know but as of now the evidence doesn't show that the Holy Spirit is is guiding him he cannot be got about a Holy Spirit because the Holy Spirit leads you into truth and he didn't come into the truth. Concerning the prosperity Mris he just came into the point of realizing that hey these things on work an unbelievable that this stuff don't work unannounced believing to see that that you give a thousand dollars and they promise that you're going to get this and return. It doesn't happen unbeliever Cossiga. You know it doesn't take spiritual minded person to notice that you know as les Hey. I'm praying any repent of his sins applets trust in Christ because everything he's saying about loving Jesus and Loving the Gospel and loving this but not what Tommy's as Mitch Sin Not one time he mentioned that it was sinful to teach that way you know he said his grieving the Holy Spirit believers we the whole spirit and how we we don't listen to how we do the things wrong and stuff like that but a sin we call it what it is it a sin we need to repent and turn from it you know if et doesn't seem to me that he's repented of his. San Of preaching a false gospel of teaching false doctrines or any of those things and if people have if he's like he mitch and damaged people by his teaching what an he should make restitution and I hope he does those things in the near future hourly does but it doesn't mean that he's in good standing with the Lord Award and we need to be clear about that. We need to be clear about that. <hes> so now. I'm was again. I'm say once again I do pray that he does repent in <hes> get and be right with before the Lord you know but es- by God's sovereignty you know on causing him to repent and to trust him and giving him the Holy Spirit True Holy Spirit of promise promise that wit <hes> keep him into the day of Jesus Christ. I saw die being said I pray and hope that this has been helpful to those who are listen <hes> <hes> if you listen to this and you are <hes> at a fan of many Han advocate for him. I pray that you didn't hear hey emma voice as well. We're doing this review or anything like that is not my attention about. Do you want to be straightforward and be clear about the things that are saying. Would I hope and believe so with that being said remember this. This world is full of errors but the only thing that a dotted prescribes is truth lessons. Can you answer the following questions questions for your children or the person to whom you are witnessing number..

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"benny hen" Discussed on The Bluestocking Baptists

The Bluestocking Baptists

17:09 min | 2 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on The Bluestocking Baptists

"Unlike matthew eighteen fifteen to seventeen where you know it's about going to your brother privately when he sins against you you know that that versus the context of a local church and so that doesn't really apply to a public ministry you know with public teaching that is going all over the world really. I'm so public. Ministry really requires a public public response because you need to protect your flock or the people that you love from from that teaching in a lot of these these teachers have they have a history were they have been rebukes many times uh-huh over the last couple of decades and they have not repented taking someone like kenneth copeland and so. I really don't think that criticism applies in this situation you know and we tried retried to give him a chance to defend themselves but you know they didn't want to yeah. I've seen it for. I've seen this criticism a lot and i know you've seen it too of where people accuse you of making this film a cessation as first continuation film which could mean for our listeners who don't know like a continuation of the apostolic gifts like healing tongues <hes> prophecy and <hes> them ceasing would be the other position then i was referring to <hes> of the of these gifts in today's age after the apostles died and i'm just wondering what your response is when people accuse you of this and <hes> how do you explain or defend fan that that's not the point of the film well when i when i hear anyone say that i know that they haven't haven't watched the film <hes> i purposely try to avoid that debate <hes> and just focus on the he you know errors the gospel essentials and when it comes to the issue of god's will and healing i was i'm just trying to attack the specific error in the word of faith movement <hes> which both cessation and continuation as can agree upon and i also had <hes> both cessation and continuation as in the film it is true that the majority where secessionist but it shows you that there is an agreement across that divide about the issue of god's will and healing is that you know the word of faith view is is it always willing to heal physically in this life breath and their answer is yes and if it doesn't happen. It's because you don't have enough faith or you have hidden sin. You need you. You know you know you need to muster up enough faith to unlock that healing god wants to give it to you but you know it's your fault that really creates creates a lot of damage to people's faith because they don't have a biblical view about about the sovereignty of god in the heeley. Is there an overlap with the word of faith movement and the new apostolic reformation movement and what's the history behind that brandon well the new apostolic reformation <hes> you know they there's the fundamental beliefs there is the belief in modern day apostles and prophets and i which would people like bill johnson and todd white into that category <hes> what i would. I guess what i would consider word face. I tend to see or to face. <hes> people like televangelist. They're they're emphasizing ising <hes> well and they're not really <unk> ashamed of showing their greed like on television <hes> <hes> whereas like people in the any are there focuses more on healing and the holy spirit and and by the presence of god revival <hes> they they do believe that you know you'll hear someone like chris valetyn at bethel church as a book called <hes> poverty riches and wealth and you know he does teach that it is always god's will that your health or wealthy <hes> and you know people in bethel do the positive confession thing they read it off off the screen and ask the lord for jobs better jobs raises otis's so there are <hes> there are similarities and what you're seeing is men light bill johnson at todd white partnering with people like benny hen and and kenneth copeland and up speaking at the state conferences <hes> and i'd say the history goes back to the toronto blessing <hes> bill johnson attended the toronto blessing and and claims he caught the fire of the holy spirit there and brought it back to reading and that's kind of whole how the whole bethel catholic church movement kind of kicked off talk but if you look at who is behind hind the quote unquote fire from the toronto blessing it goes back to benny hen and kenneth copland so that's kind of where i see that historical connection you had like benny hinn praying for <hes>. What's the guy's dave randy clark and randy. Clark is the guy that spoke in toronto. Oh at the are not s- church when this whole holy laughter thing broke out and you know so so that's that would be the historical connection. I would say <hes> this. This movement is coming from two men. Who i would say are false. Teachers betty headed this copland said you kind of would you describe it as almost like a steppingstone in progression of teaching where here's where to faith and then another step up would be new apostolic reformation but they're different and they have distinctive addictive but they build off one another yeah i would agree with that. <hes> you know again with any are they'll talk about you. Know like todd white will say you shouldn't follow jesus because of the gifts so give you but at the same time he saying that it is god's will that you're wealthy and that you can we need to show the world how <hes> god blesses christians so that they'll want to become christian so it's like he's speaking out of both besides his mouth like worte against idolatry but at the same time lets us wealth to attract people cry also kind of think about even in just the send which happened in florida wasn't that was that was that in the spring yes because because this the send the send happened in the spring and you saw both benny hinn todd white <hes> sharing stage and other prominent people from both word of faith backgrounds and new apostolic reformation backgrounds kind of coming together and it's almost like there is now blurring. There's a blurring of lines lines of even historical roots of how they got to where they are in kind of a uniting together for the furtherance of revival almost i would describe but yet they there is a different benny hinn has an emphasis that's different than it's going to be the todd's white but todd why is still going to consider benny hen and kenneth copeland who he said is is a mentor it to him in the faith in a in a clip we know that he admires these men in so even though his theologies different they still are are kinda linking arms so kinda talking about building off what we're talking about a little bit about the stock reformation. I know that's not the point. This film are the point of this episode. We were more trying to focus on the prosperity gospel since that's what your first film is on but do you have intentions to create film tackling the new apostolic reformation. Yes i do <hes> i would say again. My my interest is the toronto blessing. This is a this is an event revival. <hes> that i attended when i was <music> younger. My parents took us there so i've always been kind of more fascinating with fascinated with <hes> this this idea of what is the true work of the holy spirit. Are these manifestations that we're seeing <hes> biblical <hes> i would. I want to focus more on that kind of like their power. Gospel encounter gospel stuff verses. Mrs <hes> you know answering the question about whether modern day apostles and prophets are forced four to the you know our our apostles prophets for today that will be discussed but i don't want to well on that the key gospel aspel issues are like the person of christ and you know. How do we share the gospel. What is the true work of the holy spirit. <hes> uh-huh definitely case so next we kind of have a we've gotta would-be a fun question to ask so out of all of the interviews that oh you did for the american gospel christ alone film which interview was your favorite. That's that's a tough question <hes> i. I'd say i really enjoyed my interview with catherine russell burger <hes> there are a couple met online through facebook. <hes> that live in alabama in the the film catherine kinda shares her story <hes> with her struggle with her genetic disorder called ehlers downloads and just the suffering that she has endured just just seeing <hes> <hes> just seeing her faith and strength in that was pretty amazing. <hes> i guess if if i want to talk about another person i i'd say one of my favorite interviews was with paul washer because i kind of almost like personal with you talking at the very beginning kind of encountering that his does yeah yeah his his famous youth sermon yeah it was <hes>. It was an interview that i really wanted to do <hes>. It was kind of funny because he i declined wind my interview. He <hes> he had been involved at some other film which she ended up regretting and so they were kind of not wanting to deal with that anymore and i ended up visiting their church church person because <hes> i have some in-laws didn't live nearby and kinda convince them the change their mind. That's awesome. Who are you looking forward to interviewing in the future to be honest. I can't think of i would i'd say like a celebrity christian. That's well known. I'm honestly kind of tired of pursuing people like that because you know people end up caught up up in some false distortion and then i end up getting criticized for using them on because they've drifted or something like that i would say i'm looking forward to meeting. You know your average. The person who i don't know about yet <hes> i always think those earth the most interesting interviews like i said with catherine katherine russell and katherine russell's is my favourite interview so there's some of the coolest people ever. Have you become friends with them. So that's another plus. This is more this last question is more of a personal question for you brandon and <hes> working on this film and working on your other films how has god stretched and challenged you throughout this and how have you grown in a deeper understanding of the gospel well as i mentioned before during the making of this film. I ended up leaving my church. <hes> you know i felt like i wasn't being fed the gospel <hes> that sounds sounds consumer stick i guess but i think that's the purpose of the church to feed the sheep and then they go out to you know share that with others and some people have what's called an attraction church model where it's all about trying to entertain or feed lost people and sadly the people who are christians in in the church are kind of starving. It's pretty sad <hes> i've kind of realized the importance of the value of hearing the gospel over and over and being reminded of the gospel. I've i feel like it's it's really impacted my ability to overcome said <hes> in my own life <hes> you know in the film i kind of talk about the being reminded of how christ's loves you in the gospel increases your love and obedience to christ <hes> sinn has a power over us because we love it and so if our love for christ is increasing in our minds ads are focused on him <hes> we we have a greater power over that that temptation send an i think i've seen that workout kowt in my own life and <hes> i guess i've just been really encouraged to see how.

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"benny hen" Discussed on Apologetics Live

Apologetics Live

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"I don't think she will. Yeah. Adult. But her silence own, it speaks volumes doesn't, I think it does. I mean, Andrew, you know it's not up from anybody. I think speak to anybody could ask me any question about ministry about the al-ajeen about my doctor. We may or may not agree on every Manucher of eschaton g or things like that. You know. But hey, you asked me where I stand on something? I'll tell you. No problem. Is especially not on something of this magnitude that is so crystal clear from scripture, it, this is not whether you're pre millennial post millennial pre-trade post tree of I'm lineal post, you know, we're not talking about things like that. We're not talking about who you think the book of Hebrews for this is a this is an issue that is crystal clear there's no debate about it. Amongst people who believe the bible, who believe it to be thority of an air vision. There's just no debate. So, you know, our John MacArthur RC sprawl had different positions on S catalyse. There was there's no difference between them on this shoot because it is so crystal clear from scripture, you know, this is easy, as I said, softball sitting on the T waiting to be knocked out of the park. And so are her lack of response, we'll speak volumes. Yeah. And the, the thing is, is that. As you said, this isn't son. You could sit on the sidelines about, especially because she is pushing something that I think is the steppingstone to allowing homosexuality in the church if she's pushing so strongly for women to be preachers and pastors and to be preaching on Sunday service, which she does, which she does. And then this becomes a thing of okay? If you're going to say you're going to do that, and you're going to say that, that you think that's biblical, then where do you stand on this next issue because this is where everybody always seems to go once they get women Pratt pastors preachers? They always want to go the next step to. Well, now you have to accept homosexuality, and it's say again. Oh, yes. Saying always absolute error always gets more era, always. And that's the thing that I see this so dangerous. I actually now I'm going to say this. I know just in you're not gonna disagree with this because I've talked about this. But I'm going to say this is going to ruffle the feathers of many, and I don't say this with any joy. I don't say this with any glee. I'm not happy to have to say this. But I believe Beth Moore is one of the most dangerous evangelical alive today. That is strong. That is harsh. But it's true. Why? Because she's deceiving people. She is getting people under the guise of bible teaching, she is getting away from the bible, and getting people to feel their way through the bible. It's all emotionalism. Yeah. Absolutely. And it's, it's Dane, it's. Danger to the church, and in house, e terp, prescription, you're, you're gonna learn how to interpret the bible by, by the way, that the people you listen to interpret the bottle. If you're listening to John MacArthur, Steve Austin about a Balkan that, you know, some of these guys in our C, sprawl, who's in heaven. You know, you're gonna you're gonna you're gonna learn how to rightly interpret scripture, if you listen to Beth more solo scene. Enjoy Meyer you're gonna learn how to ice scripture. You're gonna learn how to take a passage in spin it in twist it and turn it up this way in that way. In make it say whatever you want it to say, that's, that's what's happening. This is why it's so dangerous is because the she has an enormous following. I absolutely agree with you that she is one of the most dangerous people in the evangelical world. Today. More dangerous and biddy Han, because she has a much broader followed. She she has a conservative following in Benny hen. Most of his followers are not even in the realm of evangelical Christian. I mean, most feel recognized that is I mean, maybe Michael Brown can't, but the rest of even. Oh, sorry. Did did that slip? Sorry. The but she is within evangelical ISM, and she's still seen as a conservative. She still seeing an propped it up by the southern Baptist convention. So that's why I think this has to be addressed is so dangerous. The president of SPIC JD Greer fully endorses her Russell, more fully endorses herb. You have all it's all of the big wigs, and the in the SBC are either fully supportive of, of our or will not call her out by name in any kind of critique. I literally know of no one in the SPIC who is in a position of leadership at the convention level that will call her out in our air, caller out through, what no-one isn't that though the kind of that the unwritten rule in? Yes. BC though is that you don't want to. Yeah, you can't you're not allowed to actually criticize another Southern Baptists that's right. Go, you're exactly right. The only people who would now to his to his great credit. Dr Owen strand the has to his credit, but he's, he's a professor as scenario, but he's not he's not in a position of leadership at the convention level. You know, not, not with not in that sense, you know, so, so Mike might concern is what's going to happen, when JD. Good or. Steps down as president and Beth more becomes president because that's, that's the big word right now is saying that this is going to be something that's going to happen. Right. I know. And. There's a lot of discussion about that, that here's here's about take on it. And I don't think I'm right. Beth more will never be the president of SBC, not, because she would not be welcomed as such but because he doesn't want it. I really don't think wants to be president of this. I don't think she's scared that way, the gig that she's got going. Now is she? Oh, yeah. Pay cut. So I don't hurt. She's just not geared that way. That's not sheet up wanted if it was handed to own silver platter. I don't think she would take it. So. But here's the Neal point, the very fact that these conversations are even taking place that there is actually serious discussion about it that they are prominent pastors in the SBC, who would welcome that if, if, if the fact that this conversations even taking place that serves youth lost. Yeah. The DNA is. The snakes are already in the bushes. And they're they're they're doing their jobs. You know. They're they're. Yeah. Maybe there's a few church doors. We need to Nell some these on. Now, you said, CC's like to ninety five theses not feces like something else that, because that's how came across. I'm just I didn't want to open up for James and Chris, I added you guys in I, I know that this is a topic James. I know for you. Very sensitive. You've dealt with in the past, but anything you guys want to ask of, of either. Justin awry or add to the conversation. Now, I just know it's it's been pretty difficult. Because the church that we're in now, the church have Frank Mullis pastors. And I'm directly under him in a discipleship manner, as well as a pastoral manner. You know, we're still under the SBC and, you know, whenever I tell you that there's just like a desire, just completely split from them, because of the direction that they're going. I mean it's, it's unreal. I mean, we do speak out against it every Sunday, we mentioned Beth more and the heresy the that they're promoting the FOX teacher that just a very dangerous path. Very unfortunate. Yeah. Yeah, it really is. I'm so glad I'm so glad you guys are doing that. And Frank is doing that. It this. We see in. I don't say this because I've got a personal acts crown I, I was as we see I was born rear. SBC went to SPCA seminary was as we see for the first thirty seven years of my life. I'm afraid SPCA done. Stick a fork in it done there. There are some good men in the SPCA, there are I don't mean to say that there aren't there are I have good friends to SBC pastors good guys, but there's too few of them, just to few, they're trying to save the SEC, but honestly, I'm afraid they're just trying to put a little floaters on the Titanic. You know, it's amazing me. Justin, was the fact that here, you got a group of men who are SBC years ago. I remember sitting down when marked ever came to my seminary and, and hearing him lay out. He said, we several of us came up with a twenty year plan. It's the only time that you have a denomination that started going liberal, and they brought it back. It's the only denomination. I know of that came conservative from going liberal, and they did it because they had this long term plan. But this the crazy thing is the. Very seen men that had the twenty year plan that turned it around within their own time period. They're the ones letting go liberal again. They're the ones not taking a stand on social Justice. They're the ones that aren't going to be taking a stand to, to do something about this now before before you answer. What that because we just got a super chat and for folks who don't know where to super chat, is because I know Justin is he's technologically. Well, okay did take half an hour to get him in here. Okay. Super chat. Justin is when people like something said or appreciate the show where they wanna show, it by donating money. And so it shows up in the chat and a comes up. So full full belly bear gave nineteen ninety nine and his comment is. And so we always read the comment when someone gives a super chat. And I say this all time the super chats, go to Karm dot org. They do not go to striving for Turney who actually runs this, this. Podcast and show. It's the arrangement that we ended up working out with them so that they basically how we can advertise us their, their channel for for that. So.

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"benny hen" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"I don't think she will. Yeah. Adult. But her silence own, it speaks volumes doesn't, I think it does. I mean, Andrew, you know it's not up from anybody. I think speak to anybody could ask me any question about ministry about the al-ajeen about my doctor. We may or may not agree on every Manucher of eschaton g or things like that. You know. But hey, you asked me where I stand on something? I'll tell you. No problem. Is especially not on something of this magnitude that is so crystal clear from scripture, it, this is not whether you're pre millennial post millennial pre-trade post tree of I'm lineal post, you know, we're not talking about things like that. We're not talking about who you think the book of Hebrews for this is a this is an issue that is crystal clear there's no debate about it. Amongst people who believe the bible, who believe it to be thority of an air vision. There's just no debate. So, you know, our John MacArthur RC sprawl had different positions on S catalyse. There was there's no difference between them on this shoot because it is so crystal clear from scripture, you know, this is easy, as I said, softball sitting on the T waiting to be knocked out of the park. And so are her lack of response, we'll speak volumes. Yeah. And the, the thing is, is that. As you said, this isn't son. You could sit on the sidelines about, especially because she is pushing something that I think is the steppingstone to allowing homosexuality in the church if she's pushing so strongly for women to be preachers and pastors and to be preaching on Sunday service, which she does, which she does. And then this becomes a thing of okay? If you're going to say you're going to do that, and you're going to say that, that you think that's biblical, then where do you stand on this next issue because this is where everybody always seems to go once they get women Pratt pastors preachers? They always want to go the next step to. Well, now you have to accept homosexuality, and it's say again. Oh, yes. Saying always absolute error always gets more era, always. And that's the thing that I see this so dangerous. I actually now I'm going to say this. I know just in you're not gonna disagree with this because I've talked about this. But I'm going to say this is going to ruffle the feathers of many, and I don't say this with any joy. I don't say this with any glee. I'm not happy to have to say this. But I believe Beth Moore is one of the most dangerous evangelical alive today. That is strong. That is harsh. But it's true. Why? Because she's deceiving people. She is getting people under the guise of bible teaching, she is getting away from the bible, and getting people to feel their way through the bible. It's all emotionalism. Yeah. Absolutely. And it's, it's Dane, it's. Danger to the church, and in house, e terp, prescription, you're, you're gonna learn how to interpret the bible by, by the way, that the people you listen to interpret the bottle. If you're listening to John MacArthur, Steve Austin about a Balkan that, you know, some of these guys in our C, sprawl, who's in heaven. You know, you're gonna you're gonna you're gonna learn how to rightly interpret scripture, if you listen to Beth more solo scene. Enjoy Meyer you're gonna learn how to ice scripture. You're gonna learn how to take a passage in spin it in twist it and turn it up this way in that way. In make it say whatever you want it to say, that's, that's what's happening. This is why it's so dangerous is because the she has an enormous following. I absolutely agree with you that she is one of the most dangerous people in the evangelical world. Today. More dangerous and biddy Han, because she has a much broader followed. She she has a conservative following in Benny hen. Most of his followers are not even in the realm of evangelical Christian. I mean, most feel recognized that is I mean, maybe Michael Brown can't, but the rest of even. Oh, sorry. Did did that slip? Sorry. The but she is within evangelical ISM, and she's still seen as a conservative. She still seeing an propped it up by the southern Baptist convention. So that's why I think this has to be addressed is so dangerous. The president of SPIC JD Greer fully endorses her Russell, more fully endorses herb. You have all it's all of the big wigs, and the in the SBC are either fully supportive of, of our or will not call her out by name in any kind of critique. I literally know of no one in the SPIC who is in a position of leadership at the convention level that will call her out in our air, caller out through, what no-one isn't that though the kind of that the unwritten rule in? Yes. BC though is that you don't want to. Yeah, you can't you're not allowed to actually criticize another Southern Baptists that's right. Go, you're exactly right. The only people who would now to his to his great credit. Dr Owen strand the has to his credit, but he's, he's a professor as scenario, but he's not he's not in a position of leadership at the convention level. You know, not, not with not in that sense, you know, so, so Mike might concern is what's going to happen, when JD. Good or. Steps down as president and Beth more becomes president because that's, that's the big word right now is saying that this is going to be something that's going to happen. Right. I know. And. There's a lot of discussion about that, that here's here's about take on it. And I don't think I'm right. Beth more will never be the president of SBC, not, because she would not be welcomed as such but because he doesn't want it. I really don't think wants to be president of this. I don't think she's scared that way, the gig that she's got going. Now is she? Oh, yeah. Pay cut. So I don't hurt. She's just not geared that way. That's not sheet up wanted if it was handed to own silver platter. I don't think she would take it. So. But here's the Neal point, the very fact that these conversations are even taking place that there is actually serious discussion about it that they are prominent pastors in the SBC, who would welcome that if, if, if the fact that this conversations even taking place that serves youth lost. Yeah. The DNA is. The snakes are already in the bushes. And they're they're they're doing their jobs. You know. They're they're. Yeah. Maybe there's a few church doors. We need to Nell some these on. Now, you said, CC's like to ninety five theses not feces like something else that, because that's how came across. I'm just I didn't want to open up for James and Chris, I added you guys in I, I know that this is a topic James. I know for you. Very sensitive. You've dealt with in the past, but anything you guys want to ask of, of either. Justin awry or add to the conversation. Now, I just know it's it's been pretty difficult. Because the church that we're in now, the church have Frank Mullis pastors. And I'm directly under him in a discipleship manner, as well as a pastoral manner. You know, we're still under the SBC and, you know, whenever I tell you that there's just like a desire, just completely split from them, because of the direction that they're going. I mean it's, it's unreal. I mean, we do speak out against it every Sunday, we mentioned Beth more and the heresy the that they're promoting the FOX teacher that just a very dangerous path. Very unfortunate. Yeah. Yeah, it really is. I'm so glad I'm so glad you guys are doing that. And Frank is doing that. It this. We see in. I don't say this because I've got a personal acts crown I, I was as we see I was born rear. SBC went to SPCA seminary was as we see for the first thirty seven years of my life. I'm afraid SPCA done. Stick a fork in it done there. There are some good men in the SPCA, there are I don't mean to say that there aren't there are I have good friends to SBC pastors good guys, but there's too few of them, just to few, they're trying to save the SEC, but honestly, I'm afraid they're just trying to put a little floaters on the Titanic. You know, it's amazing me. Justin, was the fact that here, you got a group of men who are SBC years ago. I remember sitting down when marked ever came to my seminary and, and hearing him lay out. He said, we several of us came up with a twenty year plan. It's the only time that you have a denomination that started going liberal, and they brought it back. It's the only denomination. I know of that came conservative from going liberal, and they did it because they had this long term plan. But this the crazy thing is the. Very seen men that had the twenty year plan that turned it around within their own time period. They're the ones letting go liberal again. They're the ones not taking a stand on social Justice. They're the ones that aren't going to be taking a stand to, to do something about this now before before you answer. What that because we just got a super chat and for folks who don't know where to super chat, is because I know Justin is he's technologically. Well, okay did take half an hour to get him in here. Okay. Super chat. Justin is when people like something said or appreciate the show where they wanna show, it by donating money. And so it shows up in the chat and a comes up. So full full belly bear gave nineteen ninety nine and his comment is. And so we always read the comment when someone gives a super chat. And I say this all time the super chats, go to Karm dot org. They do not go to striving for Turney who actually runs this, this. Podcast and show. It's the arrangement that we ended up working out with them so that they basically how we can advertise us their, their channel for for that. So.

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"benny hen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Right now. Yes. Here's a blind item. That was published this after me. Perfect. Good. This A-List rapper is set to start taking donations from the general public. I. Nope. And when I say his church, I mean him. No, no, he's trying to do that that pollen. I shouldn't say names Tammy Faye. And. What's his name? Jim baker. Paul and Jan crouch. I'm just saying Benny hen you're gonna say Benny high. No. Be very careful. I'm just saying he might be. He's trying to be a televangelist why? Well, because he calls himself Yee's this and tax exempt. Thank that too. But I mean, this he's been planting the seeds for this for who knows how long. Yeah. Oh, you guys. Don't give money to kinda west please first of all he makes enough money being Kanye west an actual artist. Oh, man. This is really scary. I just I feel I'm concerned for the I'm concerned for all the people around him. Right. Yeah. Yes. Say more about that. Please. Like, it's one thing if he wants to do that fine. He's like goofy on his own planet, and he's an artist and can be creative and do whatever he wants. But I'm concerned about the who's who have no money. They gave who's. That's what I will. Call. The airport. You're going to have Yay. Who's following around wearing Tope? And you know, basically, what are those sneakers called easy spirits? Spirit's literally because Jesus needs us yeezy spirits it seriously filled with the spirit. What did I tell you? It's he's been planting these seeds, either work crazy or they're crazy. No sane. I wouldn't go that far. But this story is on the the neutral colored. Clothing. Followers of again. All right. I don't I just blew my mind. All right. Mind usually do that alone. So my D bag today is Heidi Montek. Hiney Montana again, so Heidi Montaigue, you would know her from both Laguna beach and the hills. She's one of the original cast members of the hills. Now, there's a spinoff coming of the hills. It's what the heck is it called in any case? There's a new okay, there's like a whole new class coming of the hills, and Laguna beach, and it's all they've added to the mix Michel Barton. Okay. Who she was an actress on the OC, which was essentially, I think what the hills in Laguna beach was based on correct? So it was the scripted show that they base the reality show on K. But she's now going to be joining the hills new beginnings. Okay, which will bring back all of the cast members from the hills. So they were doing they were doing a an interview with vogue magazine. And this is what transpired. First of all Michel Barton said of the new franchise the hills, new beginnings. I think the interesting thing about this show is you have people from all different walks of life. It's definitely interesting. Remember, this is a show about people who live in the Laguna beach and Hollywood hills area. Yeah. I think the interesting thing about this shows you have people from all different walks of life. Nope. Just one walk of life. But whatever I'm not going to nitpick. That's not what anybody a D bag Heidi Montag, tag, take down to that statement with the following. We don't all look the same. I mean Adriana patronage has darker hair. I feel like Michel has darker hair. But yeah, we're California Gurls. We're just a group of friends, and it just happens to be the group that came together. But you know, that's just the way the show wise. I have other diverse friends. They're not featured on the show. Okay. So she's an idiot. Basically, Heidi wants us to know that not all the same because our Drina has dark hair care. Yeah. So, but I've got some diversity. They have some other share some other diversity. But we didn't show that on the show. So okay, maybe keep your mouth shut. And all maybe, you know, everybody has a strength in the world. And you don't well hers is just different. We just haven't thought diversity. Okay. All right. You're being kind. I was that while I mean, that's a special kind of dumb, but who is turning into that show who's turned tuning into that experiencing or looking for diversity. Yes. I mean, I'm not saying that justifies that they should have it on TV. I'm just saying who's the one that's expecting them to have that. I know like like, let's watch real housewives and expect that there's going to be like. Low income housing on real housewives because that's not happening because doctors no rent control on you know. Beverly? All right. When we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show, we're gonna play a game jaylo got engaged. She did she did. And I don't know if you've seen the ring. But it is massive. I have not actually. Oh, okay. Well, you need to at least peak at that. Ring. You can't it'll blind. You we're gonna play a little game though. We're going to play a little game called j lower or way, more J, lower or way more. Yes. Stay tuned. Sounds fun after.

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"benny hen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Then Jedi kated Jesus Christ along with your whole life. And don't doubt it. Believe. Lynn pharma picture in your mind. That goal. Days in the conscious mind until by process of intellectualized. Most. The unconscious, and when it gets into the conscious you have it because it will have all view. I mean, they really make visualization and mental processes the kind of infrastructure for how it works. So how is it? Then what's different than having just good self esteem and doing this and their answer is that you absorb it in such a way that you can actually unleash it into the world. And so Norman, Vincent peel. He kind of brands his version of the prosperity gospel into positive thinking, and it it develops into this long lineage with other famous preachers like Robert Schuler and someone like Donald Trump who becomes the first presidential candidate, who's only religious biography stems from the prosperity gospel. He said don't doubt it why not well, otherwise, so there's positive confession. And then there's negative confessions. So the idea that if you doubt it if you have if you've created in kind of mental obstacle than it won't come true, which means, of course, that whenever bad things happen. You really just have. To look at yourself to figure out why didn't come to be this one will hit home with you by where have you ever met? Benny hen. I did I went on a trip to Israel with Benny Hinn and his nine hundred followers for that trip to walk where Jesus blocked he is originally from Israel. Yeah. He's also a little bit from Canada little bit from Israel and listen states. He is a complicated when you say nine hundred of his followers that are that's the only nine hundred he's got they take these really big tours. So you go with a thousand other people in thirty giant tour buses, and then you travel around Israel. It's I mean, you pay a lot of money, and that's partly why I was interested is like what kind of person is financially investing in a faith healer, and what are their hopes for an experience like that. Why do you call him a faith healer? So his specialty is the idea that if you believe that your body will reflect the glory of God and be restored. And so he also has a strong financial message. But he's most known for his faith healing. Do you believe him? I- Benny hana's not someone I have a lot of intellectual and theological affinity toward. I've seen a lot of Benny hen. He's one of the one of the pastors that I watched the most and he's often the most dramatic. So he's the one on YouTube where you know, he'll raise his hand. And then you'll see one hundred people follow over at the same time and his very dramatic approach to faith. Healing is is one I often found to be. Somewhat manipulative here you're going to see one person and this one. December eighteenth two thousand seventeen Benny Hinn..

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"benny hen" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"Makes you crazy. By the way, if you're listening closely to the opening montage you heard one of the faith healers talking about a short leg anybody. Here have short legged come forward come forward. And this is a very very very old scam. But people still use it and believe it or not people still fall for it. If you're unfamiliar the scam goes like this. They will sit someone down in a chair and then their legs are stretched out straight in front of them. So the bodies kind of ninety degree angle, and they will reveal the lo and behold, one of your legs is a little bit shorter than the other. They showed the soles of the shoes. And so they will say something prayer. And then miraculously the short-leg will grow outward until both of your legs are exactly the same length proof of God's healing power. Well, this has been debunked so many times by so many deep bunkers Darren Brown, actually has a video on YouTube where he shows you how it's done Darren Brown, exposing the fake, faith healing leg trick. And it's so freaking simple, essentially, they sit the guy down the faith healer holes. Both of the shoes by the heel and invites the camera to zoom in or come closer to be able to see the miracle happen. And is the cameras readjusting the faith healer takes the shoe up to already even legs, and he slips it out by the he'll just a little bit. He's not manipulating the quote, unquote, short leg. He is manipulating the. Other leg, and as the cameras right there, the faith healer just suddenly sorta slides that he'll back in gives the illusion that a short leg. The other leg is actually growing. This is the scam and people still fall for it today. Have you seen those videos with the televangelist Benny Hinn, and he will sort of thrust his arms toward a huge section of the audience and hundreds of people. I mean, hundreds of them all fall backward. Right. The power of God's spirit is so intense that people can't even stand up. They just collapsed right there in their chairs or pews, or whatever I had somebody mentioned the obvious to me. And I kick myself for not ever thinking about it. He said have you noticed that whenever Benny hen? And those types of faith healers, shoot that power of God outward through their arms through their hands. And nobody in the audience can stand up they collapsed in the wake of the Holy Spirit. Heavy noticed that had never affects the cameraman. And you know, the rap -solutely right camera. Guys are totally unfazed. That's interesting. Let's go back to the switchboard. I've got brianna brianna. Thanks for being a part of the conversation today. Thank you. So tell me about what happened to you your faith healing story. So. Pentecostal church which their main belief is that people can be healed through faith in Christ through people laying hands on them. That are anointed by. So I had come into the church around seventeen or eighteen years old vary broken buried a straw suffering. With a psychiatric condition that had not been diagnosed or treated, and I think I was pray for them to try to prove their beliefs. Many times was told you just need to pray more you need to memorize scripture. I am memorized. The second book of Timothy I had memorized. Several chapters enrollment several songs of fast, you need to serve other people you need to get your eyes off yourself and on other people need to kill the flash. So that God can live in you those. Type of things. So there was never any acknowledgement that something might rigidly be wrong with my brain. They felt it was demons. I mean, the Pentecostal church is pretty literal, right? Yes. I would say nobody directly said demands by. Yeah. I guess 'cause Satan Satan's influence in the world, satanic baggage in my life from choices I have made as a teenager. Basically, I have lived a life of sin and had lived in a body of sin. And so the solution was to starve that and go full force. And so I'm bipolar. So one of the aspects of by polar is your mania. So that part of my sickness really fed into being Pentecostal because in a manic state, you become very elevated. You think things that are delusional? You have a lot of energy don't need to.

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"benny hen" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"In one instance, he granted the HBO filmmakers unfettered access to an event in Portland any anything you want. So something like eighty miracles were claimed they're all these miracles. Oh, so after months of pestering hin, the lawyers and producers he gave him the names of just five people that claimed miracles that event on follow up by the by the documentary. All of them got worse after the healing two of them died in the months after. And in many cases, here is staff told the the, quote, unquote, healed person there was no need to continue any real treatment. Oh my God. So those people were not available for comment. So they're aggrieved loved ones had to speak for them. Right. As us Kreis. So to bit hypnotism and mass desperation or the fuel that sustains Hinz fire. But another key ingredient is how the people brought on the stage of selected very seldom is a wheelchair bound person or a person missing a limb or with a severe cognitive disability. Brought out I'm no, of course, not yet people whose maladies are not outwardly apparent are the ones selected so who can tell you whether or not your diabetes or your heart condition or your lung cancer is cured. Right. Pancreases mild. We right. So the visibly infirm, try to get close to the stage, and it's so fucking sad to see their desperate for some miraculously plash over right? And in the videos, it's wrenching to see them trying to get up from their chairs or drop their crutches and walk. Doc, or you know, the, and they fall over in anguish over and over and parents with dying young children are like holding them up and wailing isn't fun anymore. You're trying to get him to touch them. And it's just it's fucking vile. So yes that makes him and his kind scumbags selling hope to incredibly vulnerable often mentally disabled people who maybe can't afford treatment in our evil healthcare system. But wherever there's slime and Iraq ills like hin will lurk underneath it. Right. Whenever there's a space for that. So, but I think we can also pull back and look at the bigger picture here, which is who wants to worship God withholds these miracles tens of millions of times more often than he dispenses them. Right. And if you go so far as to accept hints portrait of just such God to receive what if these vanishingly are vanishingly rare miracles you have to write a check to some wacko with Trump style hair hat and make public spectacle of yourself to get relief. You know, I don't know if you've seen some recent videos of him I've seen so I you know, I I've watched a couple of recent videos, his jaded about the whole thing. Now, he barely like he somebody comes up on the stage, and he just kind of halfheartedly pushes their face away from. You're you're healed. Whatever the fuck. Okay. Getting other one good. Okay. You're he'll to the magic is gone. So just so we don't end our time with the ridiculous. Benny Hinn on such a negative note. He's made even crazier claims than just carrying out adas glaucoma. He says in Sosa Marie on -tario. A man turned into a snake on stage in front of an entire arena. And that he has it on video. Whoa. Where's that on you for it? He claims woman's tumor fell out of her body on stage and shattered on the floor. That is something that you don't want to that wasn't a tumor. He claimed he could raise your own dead family member. If you push their dead ends against the TV screen while. And that an Africa. He raised a man from the dead in front of a massive crowd. Wow. He also claims devils and demons come from non white come into America in non white immigrants from overseas, and he has to constantly be exercise like himself. So we're talking about future secretary of the interior right now. Right. Yeah. Exactly. And so just to finish. I thought about this documentary a lot while I was researching for this. There's a very bizarre world of of crazy for profit American evangelizing. And I want to include Lincoln the show notes to an amazing documentary called Marjo because seen Marjo. No. So it's about an old time. Evangelical big tent celebrity that secretly turned on the movement to show what an awful cynical scam. It was and this documentaries kind of how he did it super super interesting. Well worth checking out. But anyway, that's that's Benny hen. Wow. I I prefer Benny hill..

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"benny hen" Discussed on The Liturgists

The Liturgists

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on The Liturgists

"Ken Wilber, cosmos theory, everything can there have everything I wanted to write a record that was honest for my spiritual deconstruction that was happening. I was challenging biblical authority. I was challenging white the challenging even some of some supernatural culture stuff. Then revival culture that didn't feel healthy to me. And as being someone that was seen as a part of that and face of that to some level. You know, I definitely seeing things that I didn't believe in. And so I had to it forced a real wrestling of my faith, especially what what do you believe in? There's always the exaggerate of nature of any type of like charismatic thing that I've been in for the majority of my life, right? Like you. How many people are being held right now. My God, raise your hand. God three hundred people just got you look out did. Wow. So you're literally claiming right now three hundred people got healed of something. And there's no investigation around. I'm not saying it can't happen. I'm just saying can we have some like verifiable like? Hordes on the lobby because I mean, it's just like it's just about a feeling I feel healed right now. Okay. Great. All right. You know? So there's that also too. I think a lot of its languaging because I do believe that Whitney Houston says believe in miracles, right? I believe in miracles sure. But much that's being claimed as goals. I don't know if I believe in or what that actually loyalty. I mean feathers and diamonds, and I mean, some people don't even know what we're talking about right now. But there is a subset of people. Probably a larger than know exactly what we're talking about. And just these phenomenons that were happening in all sorts of churches that people were claiming worse signs and wonders, and I think they were they more made me wonder than they. Heaven. I love it. Good pun. You know? And so I mean, this phenomenon is global like, right? Like you go to especially go to third world countries. And you see a lot of like supernatural claims, and we talked about that a little bit on the tongues episode so just being around in. I mean, I grew up watching TV and they were prophets apostles in people like if you give x amount God's going to bless you. And I would like send money to and thinking God's going to give me a miracle send money to teenager. I did that all the time. I used to watch Benny hen given to TBN in my in my teenage years like early adult I was. Several hundred dollars which for teenagers. Yeah. That's a lot of money. It's a lot of money. Yeah. Because I'm like lot of money now because I'm desperate for America. And the prophet says as you get any oil or anything, I never got the oil. But I used to watch those like Peter Popoff was you know, he sends the whole anoints the oil and the Senate to you all those t Baird Clarksburg loss. Yeah. I mean, I saw it on the local church level as a kid even black church. But then like souped up on a television global, you know, And that's. that's that's a big it. Looks produced like a local a local show or something. But that's like a multi million dollar totally. And some of those Christian television broadcasting stuff globally reaches more, people than some of our more popular TV shows in America. Like, it just has an audience. And so I grew up thinking that was real. And that was all like the way the universe worked and the way the cosmos worked, and then realizing through many years of getting in my thirties, and then realizing I don't actually feel fed by this. I'm tired of seeing the same prophetic words getting recycled and called the prophetic word for this year. I'm like, let's not what you gave seven years ago, and it didn't actually have it. But now it's supposed to like the year favor. Again, God says a year jubilee, and he says this year, we're going to see the revival that we've been saying is going to happen for the last fifty years, but actually this year we're going to see the first sign of the harvest here, we go right and exciting, though, it's like spiritual law. -tory right. It's you're always putting the coin in and pulling it and hoping to get the magic number..

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"benny hen" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Who does a ton of humanitarian work with refugees, especially from Syria and other places Iraq. We're going to be supporting. Charity water. When we building clean water wells, which already water one day and the cool the end. We're gonna be supporting the people of Smalley land. We've talked about some eilly and we went there. We're going to be trying to raise money for fishing boats and fishing nets to quip them to change their future, and we're going to be doing working on some domestic hunger stuff as well with a couple of organizations. So each day will have a different focus have different goals for you to be have different experiences. Jesse do indifference, Don soobee in studio with us when we go in live all week, going to Orlando for Jesse down there the whole week, and I had that came to me last night and I and I haven't. I haven't pitched this formerly to anyone. Maybe this is a great time to filter out if this is a terrible idea or not. Oh, no. I was getting the year like, okay, I want to incentivize people to give like at a certain hit a certain goal, and they'll be rewarded for that. And I'm not just talking about the reward of healthy people, which is fantastic. I'm talking about the reward of something funny on the internet, which is the gift that keeps on giving forever. And I was thinking, well, who are the original people that are really good at these type of things raising money like rallying the troops getting people engaged, and it came to me. I want you to commit right now to do this with me on one of the days they hit a set goal me and you undergo a live seventies televangelists makeover forty. Absolutely. I think we, I want to go like full to be right now. I will shave it. I will. Whatever needs. Hair. Kyu-soo so need to be picked out. Chandler needs the like, sort of like Benny hen. Morpheus thing kind of futuristic. Early nineties. Yeah. Jacket that is weirdly length like like it's between like the knees in the waste, but. Except for gold, pin striping going to hit the goal in one on one day. This is how we get you to do this. I mean, if the goals and hit you don't get to see the live televangelism makeover. Jesse, I'm sorry to interrupt. I have gotten three texts. I've gotten three text right now, Jeremy. Courtney, Scott, Harrison, bright peak. They are distancing themselves. People thing telling people tune in a lot of good stuff plant. You might see a live makeover. I'm not saying it's done deal this same. You'll have incentives in addition to the rewards that you're going to get more crawl along, participate, relevant dot com. Slash impact week. I'm excited about it to Jesse. Thinks Jesse thinks up stuff that he actually wants to either way and just figures out a way to go. Wanted to. Here's what I'll necked it channel. Do I have a verbal commitment? Absolutely. Okay. Alrighty. No, Christine. Caine. Probably is going to be help. I think of other psychological endurance challenges or other stunts you wanna see Jesse do as we hit goals. And again, these are goal oriented. So if you want them haven't, you have to, you have to encourage your fellow Facebook users to give, but Mark the ball's in your court with televangelism suit. So good luck make that priority number one for for here for the next week it. Hey, Jesse, by the way, I will say right now, if there's anything I can do to help you, I'm in love and I really love all these, please, the hour and fifteen minutes down and join us. Why. Or have sewer backup and your house at a go. You know what?.

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"benny hen" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"benny hen" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"There is neither male or female, nor Jew nor Greek slave, nor free in Christ in Christ. So our goal here is conversion leading to transformation. This is also the difference between. I want to preserve what made America exceptional because historically, for the last two hundred and forty years other than the church of Jesus Christ, when America has stood for that, which made her exceptional. She has been the biggest instrument for human good in this world. On the other hand, if she's no longer going to stand for those things, then it's just a flak just a country. That's all. Been only means something when it means something we're not idolaters worshipped symbols or monuments. As believers. We are into defending in conserving the values, those things stand for when they stand up for what God says to stand up for. Nothing more. Nothing less. I once asked my audience if America win away how many more people would be in hell? What do you think the answer that question is? Yes. It's a really no number. Zero. Zero zero. We don't go to church of John Calvin. We don't go to the church of George Washington, both great men much to be Admiral to Meyer, and they would also be men, the great country. It's also a country. And when it stands up for the values that frankly, borrowed from the church in emulates, then we should defend it with all of our might. And when it doesn't, we shouldn't. One thing is fully developed world view. The other is dollar tree of country. One of the reasons why you're watching and I know you're struggling with it. You and I were just talking about this out in on the whole one of the reasons why you're watching your parents and grandparents, and you're struggling with reconciling it. Why are they voting for a bunch of candidates who are at right, hedonist and liars? Why are they doing it and acting as if this person doesn't win America's over? And you're like, why did I listen all those lectures at the dinner table? If you guys are just gonna turn around and do this. That's from the pagan parents and their kids have more fun than I'm allowed to have. We saw this huge divide in the church in the last election, if you're fifty or over more than likely you enthusiastically voted for Trump. If you're thirty four forty, five or thirty to forty five, you still likely probably did, but you really didn't feel good about it and only did it because the other woman said, I'm a communist openly. And then if you're under thirty, you're like. That is like everything. My parents lectured me throughout my childhood, not to become, I'm not putting, I can't. We can't do that. There was a great article. One of the Benham brothers wrote about him and his father flip. He's a crate man, a God by the way and his teenage son who was eighteen in voting in his first election. They all went out to the big evangelical confab in New York at Trump Tower that Trump had in June of two thousand sixteen after he clinched the nomination and flip the dad from another generation who has seen so much of what made America exceptional drift away was adamant that we had to vote for Trump and that was his generational perspective. Now this this Benham brother was roughly my age and it's like, you know, I'm probably going to vote for Trump so the the red menace who dresses like Benny hen doesn't win, but. I really don't feel great about it. But in this world we will have many troubles. And sometimes the trouble is we have terrible choices. And then you went to eighteen year old son who was gonna vote for the first time. First words out of his mouth where dad we're never voting for that. Right. You realize everything we just saw here was a total scam. That's like every thing you ever taught me. This is a repudiation of. So we have to remember in the end. We're not here to say the United States of America. We're here to proclaim the name of Jesus Christ. And you want to save a country, whether it's the of America, the United States of schmuck. Erica proclaimed the name of Jesus Christ. No name of Jesus Christ would never been a United States of America. Why?.

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